Post Office – Selinsgrove PA

The historic post office building in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds and opened in [1936 or 1937]. The building, which houses a New Deal mural in its lobby, is still in use today.

Post Office Mural – Selinsgrove PA

"Susquehanna Trail"

The tempera-on-canvas mural “Susquehanna Trail” was painted as a federal Treasury Department Section of Fine Arts project by George Rickey. The work was installed in the lobby of the then-new Selinsgrove post office in 1939.