The Canal Street Station post office in downtown Manhattan was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1937. It was designed by architect Alan Balch Mills. The two story building in the Moderne Style is clad in terra cotta panels, with a black base,… read more
The federal Treasury Department’s Section of Fine Arts funded a terra-cotta relief by Wheeler Williams entitled “Indian Bowman” to be installed in the newly constructed Canal Street post office. The sculpture was installed in 1938.