Canal Street Station Post Office Sculpture – New York NY

Project type: Art, Sculpture and Bas Relief
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Description

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.

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Location Info


350 Canal St.
New York, NY 10013

Coordinates: 40.720497, -74.004106

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