Post Office – St. Helena CA

Description

The historic post office in St. Helena, California was constructed with Treasury Department funds in 1940. The building, which houses the mural “Grape Pickers,” painted by Lew Keller in 1942 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts, is still in use today.

Source notes

Shulman, Todd L. "Napa County." Arcadia Publishing: 2009.

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Location Info


1461 Main St.
St. Helena, CA 94574

Coordinates: 38.505740, -122.471597

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