4th St., Marlinton — Marlinton Post Office

Edwin Dorsey Doniphan, 1939

“Mill Point: Past Visions” presents a pastoral scene from Mill Point, as a horse and rider pass the McNeel grist mill. The Marlinton Post Office murals reflect the community’s desire to look to the future, while also celebrating the past. Both Marlinton Post Office murals are pieces commissioned by the United States Treasury Department. Before the Federal Arts Project, the Treasury Department had already established the first federal art program, the Section of Fine Arts.

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