Post Office Mural – Martinez CA

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Description

The post office contains an oil on canvas mural “The Road to Eldorado” by Edith Hamlin and Maynard Dixon. It was funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in 1939.

Source notes

King, John. Chasing Bay Area artifacts of the New Deal. San Francisco Chronicle. September 1, 2008.

http://newdealartregistry.org

Project originally submitted by Kristin Henderson on June 6, 2009.

We welcome contributions of additional information on any New Deal project site.

Location Info

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815 Court St
Martinez, CA 94553

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Coordinates: 38.017907, -122.133371

One comment on “Post Office Mural – Martinez CA

  1. Diana Vergil

    Hi I wanted to print this information off the website but it looked scrambled. Who are the people in the painting? Thank you Diana

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