Post Office Wood Carving – San Mateo CA

Project type: Art, Sculpture and Bas Relief
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Description

This 3′ x 9′ carving of four women on the exterior of the post office is titled “Indian Maidens.” It was created by Zygmund Sazevich with funding from the Treasury Relief Art Project.

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Originally posted in the New Deal Art Registry

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Location Info


210 S. Ellsworth
San Mateo, CA 94401

Location notes: Located outside, above front door

Coordinates: 37.565690, -122.323877

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