Post Office Mural – Hubbard OH

Description

The historic post office building in Hubbard, Ohio houses an example of New Deal artwork: Hubert Mesibov’s painting “Steel Industry for Hubbard.” The work, one of 19 commissioned for northeastern Ohio post offices, was commissioned by the federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

Source notes

Sharon E. Dean and Karal Ann Marling, Covering History: Revisiting Federal Art in Cleveland, 1933-43. The Cleveland Public Library and the Cleveland Artists Foundation, 2006. (Quote: pp. 24-25).

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Location Info


44 East Liberty St
Hubbard, OH 44425

Coordinates: 41.156704, -80.567554

3 comments on “Post Office Mural – Hubbard OH

  1. Who owns the building In, Hubbard, where the post office is located? Another words who is the Landlord? The General Services Administration or a private individual? Thank you

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