• City Building - Yukon OK
    "The Yukon City Hall is a two-story light brick building constructed by the WPA in 1936. It faces north and has a centered entrance. The building has five bays, separated by decorative masonry pilasters, with engraving at the tops. The entrance is a single aluminum and glass door with a narrow sidelight and transom. Beneath the ground floor windows is a stone water table which surrounds the building. Each floors has a single fixed pane window with a stone sill. Across the top of the facade is a wide stone entablature which is engraved "CITY OF YUKON". The WPA shield...
  • Post Office (former) - Yukon OK
    The historic post office building in Yukon, Oklahoma was constructed between 1939 and 1940 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building is now municipally owned. A New Deal that was painted for this building has since been moved to the city's current postal facility.
  • Post Office Mural - Yukon OK
    The mural "The Run—April 22, 1889" was completed in 1941 with New Deal funds. Painted for the town's historic New Deal post office building, the mural has since been relocated to the current postal facility in Yukon.