• Federal Courthouse Mural - Harrisonburg VA
    The 5-foot-high fresco entitled "Country Fair, Trading, Courthouse Square" wraps around four sides of the room and was painted with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.
  • Phoebus Post Office Mural - Hampton VA
    "Chesapeake Fishermen" This mural was originally proposed for the Eutaw, Alabama post office. Since it depicts nothing in the Eutaw area, the Section reassigned it to Phoebus, Virginia. Note: Phoebus was a separate incorporated town during the 1930s. It was consolidated into Hampton, VA in 1952. Medium: fresco
  • Post Office (former): Calfee Sculpture - Fresno CA
    Artist William H. Calfee created this cast concrete sculpture for the post office exterior in 1940 under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Bel Air MD
    The Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "First Performance of Edwin Booth," painted by William Calfee, was completed for the former Bel Air post office in 1938. It now hangs in the current post office at Blum Court.
  • Post Office Mural - Selbyville DE
    This New Deal mural entitled "Chicken Farm" was painted by William H. Calfee in 1942. It was a winner of the Section's 48-State mural competition.
  • Post Office Murals - Tazewell VA
    The Tazewell post office contains two murals by William H. Calfee completed in 1940 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.
  • Post Office: Calfee Mural - Petersburg VA
    "Agricultural Scenes in Virginia" is one of two murals created for the Petersburg post office under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The oil-on-canvas work depicts two primary agricultural crops of Virginia: tobacco and peanuts. It was painted in 1937 by William Calfee.