Post Office Murals – Green Bay WI

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These three murals by Lester W. Bentley were painted for the former De Pere, Wisconsin post office in 1942. They are now hanging in the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay WI. The murals were painted under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. They are titled “The Red Pieta,” “Nicholas Perrot,” and “Give Us This Day.”

Source notes

Personal visit on 8/21/2012  and 10/13/2013 by David, Post Office Freak

Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in the New Deal [Hardcover]  Marlene Park, Gerald E. Markowitz

Project originally submitted by Post Office Freak on November 25, 2013.

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Location Info

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210 Museum Pl.
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303

Coordinates: 44.518005, -88.018873

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