A poured stone relief of a woman and a set of scales signifying “Justice.” Approximately 10′ high x 5′ wide x 1′ deep. The sculpture was created in 1940 by Archibald Garner with support from the Treasury Section of Fine… read more
Formerly Fresno’s Main Post Office and subsequently its Downtown Station post office, building presently houses the Fresno United School District Education Center. “The U.S. Post Office building housed the main post office branch, as well as Federal courtroom sand offices,… read more
These two terra-cotta bas reliefs—one of a boy and one of a girl, both standing by a post office box—are about 5 feet tall and made from terra cotta. They are titled “RFD 1” and “RFD 2,” and were created… read more
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.