Mitchell Jamieson painted this mural “Tobacco Cutters” in 1938 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in what was previously the post office.
The public library building in Upper Marlboro used to be the town Post Office, built in 1936 – one of 1,100 post offices built by the U.S. Treasury Department as part of the New Deal. Today, it serves as the… read more
Mitchell Jamieson painted the mural “Tobacco Cutters” in 1938 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts to hang in the former Upper Marlboro post office. The building is now the Upper Marlboro branch of the Prince George’s County public library…. read more