Post Office – Redwood City CA

City:
Redwood City, CA

Site Type:
Civic Facilities, Federal Facilities, Post Offices

New Deal Agencies:
Federal & Military Operations, Treasury Department

Started:
1934

Contractors:
George O. Von Nerta - Supervising Engineer, Louis A. Simon - Supervising Architect

Description

The historic post office building in Redwood City was constructed in 1934 with federal Treasury Department funds. It is home to José Moya del Pino’s 1937 mural, “Flower Farming and Vegetable Raising,” funded by the Treasury Department’s Section of Fine Arts. The building is still in use today.

Location Info


855 Jefferson Ave.
Redwood City, CA 94061

Location notes:

Coordinates: 37.485506, -122.22764

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