Post Office Bas Relief – Clinton MA

Description

A plaster bas relief: “History of a Letter,” was created by Theodore C. Barbarossa in 1939 as a commission by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The work was originally installed in the then-new post office on Union Street. It has since been relocated to the current Clinton post office at 320 High Street, behind glass in the building’s public lobby.

Source notes

http://wpamurals.org/Massachu.html (accessed May 9, 2022)

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on May 9, 2022.

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Location Info


320 High St.
Clinton, MA 01510

Coordinates: 42.420650, -71.684840

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