Post Office – Orange VA

Description

The post office in Orange, Virginia was constructed in 1935 with Treasury Department funds. It is also the site of Arnold Friedman’s 1937 mural, “Upland Pastures,” painted for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. Louis A. Simon was the Supervising Architect and Neal A. Melick was the Supervising Engineer.IMG_2418

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Location Info


129 W. Main Street
Orange, VA 22960

Coordinates: 38.244705, -78.112615

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