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  • Post Office Mural - Eastland TX
    "Buffalo Hunt" by Suzanne Scheurer, painted and installed in 1938, under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Painting and Sculpture. Scheurer included "homage to Ol' Rip" in the corner. Ol' Rip was a horned toad interred in the cornerstone of the Eastland County Courthouse.
  • Post Office Mural - Eastman GA
    Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "Georgia Lumberman Receiving Mail by Star Route Wagon" painted in 1938 by Arthur E. Schmalz for the Eastman, Georgia post office. It was restored and moved to the new post office in 1988.
  • Post Office Mural - Eastpointe MI
    The historic Eastpointe post office houses an example of New Deal artwork: "Early Settlers," a tempera-on-canvas mural commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Eaton OH
    This oil-on-canvas mural "Van Ausdal's Trading Post" was painted for the Eaton, Ohio post office, in which it was installed in 1939. The mural with federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.
  • Post Office Mural - Eaton Rapids MI
    Boris Mestchersy painted the oil-on-canvas mural "Industry and Agriculture" in 1938. Viewable in the lobby of the historic Eaton Rapids post office, the work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Edgerton WI
    This oil on canvas entitled "Tobacco Harvest" was painted by Vladimir Rousseff in 1941.
  • Post Office Mural - El Campo TX
    The mural "Rural Texas Gulf Coast" was produced for the then-new El Campo post office in 1939. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. During post office renovations in 1963, the mural was removed and stored in the basement for over 20 years. It was discovered, restored, and re-installed above the Postmaster's door in 1984. For a detailed account of the mural's composition, see Hal Baker's essay.
  • Post Office Mural - Eldon MO
    "Picnic, Lake of the Ozarks" Medium: oil on canvas Size: 5' x 15'
  • Post Office Mural - Eldorado IL
    The post office contains a Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "Mining in Illinois" painted by William Schwartz in 1937.
  • Post Office Mural - Elgin TX
    Painted by Texas artist Julius Woeltz, the Section of Fine Arts mural "Texas Farm" was produced in 1940. Woeltz was born in San Antonio, studied in Chicago as well as in France and Mexico, and was the head of the Department of Art at the Sul Ross State Teachers College in Alpine, Texas after serving in the US military during the Second World War. New Deal funding was behind the production of a number of other public art works by Woeltz, including the murals in the Amarillo Federal Building and Post Office and the Benton, AR Post Office.
  • Post Office Mural - Elizabethtown PA
    This Section of Fine Arts-funded oil painting titled "Squaw’s Rest" was painted by Lee Gatch in 1942. It hangs in the post office lobby.
  • Post Office Mural - Elkhorn WI
    Oil on canvas "Pioneer Postman" painted by Tom Rost in 1938.
  • Post Office Mural - Elkton MD
    Alexander Clayton painted "Arrival of the Post, 1780" (oil on canvas) for the Elkton post office with funding from the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. During renovations in the 1970's, the mural was removed. It was restored but has remained in storage in the basement of the post office. The postmaster is glad to show it off.
  • Post Office Mural - Ellenville NY
    The historic post office building in Ellenville, New York houses an example of New Deal artwork: the Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "Establishment of the First Post Office in Ellenville in 1823" was completed and installed in the post office lobby in 1942.  
  • Post Office Mural - Elmhurst IL
    The post office contains a Section of Fine Arts mural "There Was Vision" painted by George Melville Smith in 1938.
  • Post Office Mural - Emmetsburg IA
    Painted in 1940 by artist Lee Allen, the mural on the U.S. Post Office in Emmetsburg, Iowa is called "Conservation of Wild Life," and was funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Emporia VA
    The mural "Country Saw Mill" by Andree Ruellan was painted with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds and was installed in the lobby of the Emporia, Virginia post office in 1941.
  • Post Office Mural - Endicott NY
    The historic post office building in Endicott New York houses an example of New Deal artwork: a Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "Endicott, 1901—Excavation for the Ideal Factory," painted by S. Douglass Crockwell in 1938.
  • Post Office Mural - Enfield CT
    The oil-on-canvas Section of Fine Arts mural entitled “Thompsonville, Connecticut” was painted by Saul Berman in 1938 in what was then the old Thompsonville post office. The town incorporated under the name of Enfield. The mural has been restored and was moved to the post office's present location on Palomba Drive in 1990.
  • Post Office Mural - Englewood CO
    Boardman Robinson painted this mural, entitled "Colorado Stock Sale," in 1940 with funds provide by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It is viewable in the Englewood post office lobby.
  • Post Office Mural - Eupora MS
    This mural was painted in 1945 by Thomas Savage in the Eupora, MS post office. He was a farmer from Iowa who excelled in painting farm scenes; in later years he would work as a commercial artist. He did three Treasury Section of Fine Arts murals, one in Jefferson, Iowa, one in New Hampton, Iowa and this lesser known one in Eupora. The title is "Cotton Farm".
  • Post Office Mural - Eureka KS
    "Cattle Round-Up" Medium: oil on canvas Section funded “Cattle Roundup” painted by Vance Kirkland in 1938.
  • Post Office Mural - Eutaw AL
    The historic post office in Eutaw, Alabama houses an example of New Deal artwork: the mural "The Countryside" by Robert Gwathmey. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts and completed in 1941.
  • Post Office Mural - Fairborn OH
    Henry Simon painted this oil on canvas mural, entitled "The Wright Brothers in Ohio," in 1941. Sometimes mis-attributed to the W.P.A., the work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The mural was painted for the then-new (now-former) post office when the town of Fairborn was called Osborn. The work has since been relocated to the current post office in the community.
  • Post Office Mural - Fairfield AL
    Frank Anderson painted this oil-on-canvas mural, entitled "Spirit of Steel," in 1938 with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It is viewable in the Fairfield post office lobby.  
  • Post Office Mural - Fairfield IL
    Artist William Schwartz painted this mural titled "Old Settlers" for the Fairfield post office in 1936, under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Falmouth MA
    The post office contains a Section of Fine Arts funded oil painting titled "Recapture of Corn Schooner from British." The mural hangs in the lobby. It was painted by Karl Oberteuffer in 1943.
  • Post Office Mural - Farmersville TX
    The Farmersville post office houses an example of New Deal artwork: a Section of Fine Arts mural painted in 1941 by Jerry Bywaters. "Bywaters' painting "Soil Conservation in Collin County" was a subtle nudge to Texas farmers to adopt contour plowing - a preventitive for one of the major contributors to the "Dust Bowl." The rural population of Texas was a majority when this painting was made - and by today's standards it could be considered a very artistic "Public Service Announcement.""   (https://www.texasescapes.com)
  • Post Office Mural - Farrell PA
    The historic post office building in Farrell, Pennsylvania houses a Treasury Section of Fine Arts mural in the lobby. The mural, titled "Myths of Vulcan and Juno," was painted by Virginia Wood (Riggs) in 1939. Unfortunately, the mural was painted over in 1966 and has thus effectively been destroyed.
  • Post Office Mural - Fayetteville WV
    The historic Fayetteville post offices houses an example of New Deal artwork: the oil-on-canvas mural "The Miners," painted by Nixford Baldwin in 1939. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Flandreau SD
    This 1940 oil-on-canvas mural, "Wheat in the Shock," by Matthew Ziegler, was created for the then-new Flandreau post office. The artwork was a winner of the Treasury Section's 48-State Post Office Mural Competition.
  • Post Office Mural - Flemingsburg KY
    Lucile Blanch painted this oil on canvas mural, entitled "Crossing to the Battle of Blue Licks," in 1943 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It is viewable in the post office lobby.
  • Post Office Mural - Florence CO
    The tempera mural "Antelope" was painted by Olive Rush in 1939. Funded by the federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts, the work installed in the Florence, Colorado post office lobby in 1939.
  • Post Office Mural - Forest City IA
    New Deal mural entitled "Evening on the Farm" painted by Orr C. Fisher in 1942.
  • Post Office Mural - Forest MS
    The historic post office in Forest, Mississippi houses an example of New Deal artwork: a Treasury of Fine Arts-commissioned mural entitled "Forest Loggers." The work was completed in 1941.
  • Post Office Mural - Forest Park IL
    The mural “White Fawn” by artist Miriam McKinnie (Hofmeier) was commissioned by the Treasury Department’s Section of Fine Arts in 1939 to be placed at the Forest Park Post Office. The history of the mural began in 1880, when the original White Fawn was built. The original White Fawn, a side-wheeler steamboat, was built by the sons of Ferdinand Haase, Leo G. Haase and William F. Haase, to be used as an excursion boat at the Haase home on the Des Plaines River. Ferdinand Haase, a pioneer settler who came to the area in 1851, founded Haase Park in 1880. A...
  • Post Office Mural - Fort Edward NY
    Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "Lock on the Champlain Canal, Fort Edward" painted by George A. Picken in 1938.
  • Post Office Mural - Fort Thomas KY
    The historic Fort Thomas post office houses a Section of Fine Arts mural: “General G. H. Thomas and Philip Sheridan,” painted by Lucienne Bloch in 1942.
  • Post Office Mural - Frankfort MI
    The historic post office in Frankfort, Michigan contains an example of New Deal artwork: a Treasury Section of Fine Arts mural entitled "On Board the Ferry Car (Ann Arbor #4, Feb. 14, 1923)." "The first thing you notice when walking into Frankfort's post office is the stately 1940s architecture. There are dark wood walls, marble floors and high ceilings. But there's also a mural that you just might miss if you don't happen to look above the postmaster's office door. The mural is about the size of a family dining table and it depicts an Ann Arbor car ferry as its crew battles a...
  • Post Office Mural - Franklin IN
    This 1940 Section of Fine Arts mural "Local Industry" by Jean Swiggett was originally created for the old Franklin post office. The mural is 14'6" x 6' and the medium is oil on canvas. It was moved to this location when that post office was replaced.
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