Post Office (former) Murals – Mount Kisco NY

Description

Mount Kisco’s historic post office building contains two New Deal murals: painted by Thomas Donnelly in 1936, they are entitled “Indian Cornfield” and “Mount Kisco in 1850.” The works were commissioned by the federal Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP) and installed post office ca. 1936-7. The building is now privately owned.

Source notes

http://www.wpamurals.com/newyork.htm
http://www.westchesterhistory.com/index.php/preservation/display?town=moKisco

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on November 25, 2012.

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Location Info

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120 East Main St.
Mount Kisco, NY 10549

Coordinates: 41.206045, -73.727408

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