• Hagerstown City Hall - Hagerstown MD
    Many of Hagerstown’s administrative offices are located in the Hagerstown City Hall.  According to a Maryland Historical Trust Inventory Form: “The Hagerstown City Hall is a Renaissance Revival style brick structure which was erected in 1939-1940 under the auspices of the federal government as a Public Works Administration project.”
  • Pangborn Park - Hagerstown MD
    Pangborn Park was one of 8,000 parks built, repaired, or improved by the WPA. Today, visitors to Pangborn Park can enjoy tennis courts, a horseshoe court, an athletic field, a picnic shelter, a children’s playground, and an artificial pond.
  • Post Office - Hagerstown MD
    The historic Hagerstown post office was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1935. The building, which houses a grand example of New Deal artwork, is still in service.
  • Post Office Murals - Hagerstown MD
    The post office contains a set of three murals entitled "Transportation of the Mural." The murals were funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts and painted by Frank Long in 1938. The murals are a set of 3 panels showing mail delivery by rail, one showing the mail bag to be picked up by the moving train, unloading mail bags from a train, and a busy mail room. The mail room is a consummate work with the diverging and converging lines with mail in slots and workers in the center. Frank Long was born in Knoxville, TN, studied at the Art...