• Hugo School Administration Office Mural - Hugo OK
    John A. Fleck painted the mural "Choctaw Indians See the First Mail Coach" in 1938 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The mural was painted for what was then the Hugo post office, now the Hugo School Administration Office.
  • Post Office Mural: "First Mail Crossing Raton Pass" - Raton NM
    Two murals were commissioned by the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP) for the former post office in Raton, New Mexico—now the library. The works: "First Mail Crossing Raton Pass," and "Unloading the Mail at Raton," were completed by Joseph Flecks in 1936. "First Mail Crossing Raton Pass" is now located in the retail lobby of the present Raton post office. It is possible the mural was cut to fit its present space.
  • Post Office Mural: "Unloading the Mail at Raton" - Raton NM
    Two murals were commissioned by the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP) for the former post office in Raton, New Mexico—now the library. The works: "First Mail Crossing Raton Pass," and "Unloading the Mail at Raton," were completed by Joseph Flecks in 1936. "Unloading the Mail at Raton" has been separated from its companion work, and now resides toward the front of the Raton Museum, around the corner from the present post office.