• Booker T. Washington Community Center - Staunton VA
    Originally the Booker T. Washington High School for Coloreds, this Art Deco community center was constructed in 1936 with the aid of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds. The PWA supplied a grant of $30,991 for the project, whose total cost was $75,760. Construction occurred between Jan. and Oct. 1936. Expanded in 1960, the building is listed on the National Register of historic Places. PWA Docket No. Va. 1098
  • Post Office - Staunton VA
    The historic Woodrum Station post office in Staunton, Virginia was built with Treasury Department funds in 1935. The building houses an example of New Deal artwork.
  • Post Office Bas Relief - Staunton VA
    Housed at the historic Woodrum Station post office in Staunton, Virginia, "The McCormick Reaper" is a terra cotta relief was created by Florence Bessom. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Department of Fine Arts. It was re-discovered during a 2003 renovation after having been covered for many years. Size: 3' x 7-1/2'.