Post Office Murals – Rockville Centre NY

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The historic New Deal post office in Rockville Centre, New York contains four oil-on-canvas murals by Victor White. The murals are made with cut-out shapes, and are approximately 9 ft. x 7 ft. 10 in. They depict, respectively: a farmer with livestock; a fisherman and wife; harvesting wheat; and carpenters framing a house. They were funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in 1939.

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250 Merrick Rd.
Rockville Centre, NY 11570

Coordinates: 40.6562863, -73.646179

One comment on “Post Office Murals – Rockville Centre NY

  1. Dolores Murphy

    I no longer live in Rockville Centre. But I recall as a child being endlessly fascinated by those murals. I thought that Post Office was just the coolest place. Thank you for this article.

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