Agency: Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), State Emergency Relief Administration (SERA), Arts Programs, Work Relief Programs
Artists: Elise Seeds
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Elise Seeds painted a mural, “Prehistoric Animals,” for a school in Los Angeles, CA, with funding from the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP) and—upon the termination of the PWAP in 1934—the Federal and State Emergency Relief Administrations (FERA/SERA). The mural was subsequently relocated to the George Page Museum.
Elise Seeds’ other New Deal work in the region is a mural, “Air Mail,” at the post office in Oceanside, CA.
Robin J. Dunitz, Street Gallery: Guide to 1000 Los Angeles Murals (RJD Enterprises, 1998), p. 70.
Project originally submitted by Natalie McDonald on February 28, 2023.
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