"Agricultural Scenes in Virginia"
Artists: William H. CalfeeView Project in a Separate Window
“Agricultural Scenes in Virginia” is one of two murals created for the Petersburg post office under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The oil-on-canvas work depicts two primary agricultural crops of Virginia: tobacco and peanuts. It was painted in 1937 by William Calfee.
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Are both murals in the P.O. at 29 Franklin St? I’ve never heard of 2 pieces of art in the same P.O.
Am I allowed to take a photo?