Post Office Mural – Compton CA

Description

The mural “Early California” by James Redmond was funded by TRAP in 1936. The mural depicts myths of early California and wraps around all four walls of the post office lobby.

Source notes

"James Redmond's Murals for the Compton Post Office," by Orville O. Clark, Jr. In MCLA Newsletter.

See photos by Jordan McAlister at:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4232559748/in/set-72157623104526336/

Other photos at:
http://www.grconnect.com/murals/html/p8291057.html

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Location Info

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101 South Willowbrook Ave.
Compton, CA 90220

Location notes:

Coordinates: 33.890517, -118.216173

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