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  • Post Office Art in Upper Marlboro, MD

    Upper Marlboro, MD Post Office “Tobacco Cutters” oil on canvas by Mitchell Jamieson (1938)

  • Silver Spring, MD New Deal Art

    Most of the post office works of art were funded under the Treasury Department’s Section commissions. Those works that were created using TRAP funds are so indicated. Although the WPA funded the construction of post office buildings, the artwork was

  • Post Office Art in Salisbury, MD

    Salisbury, MD Post Office “Stage at Byrd’s Inn” oil on canvas by Jacob Getlar Smith (1939) “Salisbury”oil on canvasby Jacob Getlar Smith (1939) and “Cotton Patch”oil on canvas by Jacob Getlar Smith (1939)

  • Post Office Art in Rockville, MD

    Rockville, MD Post Office “Sugarloaf Mountain” mural by Judson Smith (1940)

  • Post Office Art in Pocomoke, MD

    Pocomoke, MD Post Office “Power of Communication” wood relief by Perna Krick (1939)

  • Post Office Art in Hagerstown, MD

    Hagerstown, MD Post Office “Transportation of the Mail” mural (3 panels) by Frank Long (1938)

  • Post Office Art in Ellicott City, MD

    Ellicott City, MD Post Office “Building of Ellicott Mills” oil on canvas by Peter DeAnna (1942)

  • Post Office Art in Bethesda, MD

    Bethesda, MD Post Office “Montgomery County Farm Women’s Market” mural by Robert F. Gates (1939) (restored in 1967)

  • Post Office Art in Bel Air, Maryland

    Bel Air, MD Post Office “First Performance of Edwin Booth” by William H. Calfee (1938) – oil on canvas Many thanks to Yolanda Hawkins who contributed the photograph.

  • New Deal/WPA Art in Baltimore, Maryland

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. Dundalk Branch, USPS Baltimore, MD – Dundalk Branch Post Office “Welding” – wood relief Harrison Gibbs (1942) Image courtesy of