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  • Mason, MI 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

     
  • Munising, MI Art

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. New Deal/WPA Art in Munising, Michigan plaster relief by Hugo Robus – “Harbour of Munising-Chippewa Legend” (1939) installed on January

     
  • Plymouth, MI New Deal Art

    Most of the post office works of art were funded under the TreasuryDepartment’s Section commissions. Those works that were created using TRAPfunds are so indicated. Although the WPA funded the construction of postoffice buildings, the artwork was not WPA but

     
  • Marquette, MI New Deal Art

    The following photos of the Dewey Albinson oil on canvas mural in the Marquette, Michigan Post Office was taken on December 2, 2003 by John Vacilek of Negaunee, MI and submitted with the compliments of Paul E. Petosky, “Postmarks from

     
  • Manistique, MI New Deal Art

    The History of the Manistique, MI Post Office Story: Schoolcraft County was officially organized in 1851 and was named in honor of Henry R. Schoolcraft, long time resident of Michigan, who has served as an Indian Agent and was deeply

     
  • Iron River, Michigan Post Office

    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

     
  • Iron Mountain, Michigan Post Office

    6 panels on Historical Treatment of Mail Transportation in the West: “Fight with Indians,” “Stage Coach,” “Ferry Boat,” “Moving West,” “Watching an Early Train,” and “Washing & Carrying Gold” by Vladimir Rousseff (1935-36; installed on January 1, 1936). These murals

     
  • Howell, MI 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

     
  • Greenville, MI 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

     
  • Grayling, MI New Deal Art

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. Grayling, MI Post Office – New Deal/WPA Art in Grayling, Michigan “The Lumber Camp” – oil on canvas Robert L.