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  • New Deal Art in Yellowstone Park, WY

    New Deal Art in Yellowstone Park, WY 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

     
  • Riverton, Wyoming New Deal Art

    Riverton, Wyoming New Deal Art

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. Riverton, WY¬†Post Office “Farm Scene” – oil on canvas George Vander Sluis (1942) Image courtesy of the USPS Photograph taken

     
  • Powell, WY New Deal Art

    Powell, WY 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

     
  • Kemmerer, Wyoming New Deal WPA Art

    Kemmerer, Wyoming New Deal WPA 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

     
  • Greybull, Wyoming New Deal WPA Art

    Greybull, Wyoming New Deal WPA 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

     
  • New Deal Art in Casper, Wyoming

    New Deal Art in Casper, Wyoming

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. Casper, WY Post Office “The Fertile Land Remembers” – oil on canvas by Louise Harrington Emerson Ronnebeck (1938) Photograph taken

     
  • New Deal/WPA Art in Wyoming

    Post Office Artwork in Wyoming – Most of the Post Office works of art were funded through commissions under the Treasury Department’s Section of Painting and Sculpture (later known as The Section of Fine Arts) and not the WPA. “Often