James Farley Post Office Murals – New York NY

Project type: Art, Murals
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Description

This 1912 post office building serves as the Main Post Office for New York and houses two 1938 murals by Louis Lozowick, entitled “Triboro Bridge in Process of Construction” and ”Sky Line and Waterfront Traffic as Seen from Manhattan Bridge.” The murals are located at the Eighth Avenue side of the building. They were funded under the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP).

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Location Info


421 8th Ave.
New York, NY 10001

Location notes: Eighth Avenue side (customer lobby)

Coordinates: 40.751042, -73.994699

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