• Post Office - Reedley CA
    The historic post office in Reedley, California was constructed in 1940 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork inside, is still in use today.
  • Post Office Mural - Reedley CA
    Boris Deutsch was a Lithuanian immigrant. His oil-on-canvas mural "Grape Pickers" depicts a busy grape harvest. The work, which hangs in Reedley, California's historic post office building, was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Reedley High School - Reedley CA
    This lovely example of Public Works Administration (PWA) Art Deco stands as a source of pride for this small farming community in the Central Valley. Both the PWA and Works Progress Administration (WPA) was involved in construction work on the campus. The High School campus was originally established in 1918. Separately, the Reedley Junior College was established in 1928. "In 1936, a separate building on the Reedley High School campus was built to house the junior college administration and provide additional classrooms." This building later became the main building for the high school when the Junior College was established on...
  • Water Infrastructure Improvements - Reedley CA
    Sponsor - City of Reedley WPA Proj. No. 686-08-_-174, November 19, 1938, $1,600, 2,516 man hours, Average employed 14, Total Federal and Sponsor funds $1,900 "Improve fire protection facilities on North Avenue and an alley between G and F streets in the city of Reedley, Fresno County, including removing old and laying new water mains and hydrant loads, installing shut-off-valves, and performing appurtenant and incidental work. No taxes or assessments will be levied to cover the amount of Federal funds expended on this project. In addition to projects specifically approved. City owned property."