The Legacy of the New Deal in The Inglewood, CA Post Office

The Daily Breeze has published a piece on the New Deal-funded bas-reliefs that have enlivened the Inglewood post office since the New Deal era. Read the whole piece here.

A mahogany wood bas-relief by Archibald Garner, entitled “Centinella Springs,” decorates the interior of the Post Office. Four plaster bas-reliefs, depicting a buffalo, bear, ram, and lion, grace the exterior facade.

See the Living New Deal’s record of Inglewood sites.

“Ram” bas-relief by Newell and Peticolas, main post office – Inglewood CA. Photo by Andrew Laverdiere.

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