Jefferson City post office mural is historic

Located on the corner of Russell Avenue and Old AJ Highway in Jefferson City, the post office holds one of 28 New Deal artworks that are spread across the state. Howard Hull’s Tennessee Post Office Murals, available at the Jefferson City Public Library, explores each of them. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Longtime readers of The Standard Banner will recognize this story as being familiar, given that there have been several news or feature stories about the subject over the last several decades.

Even so, for others it will be breaking news that there is in Jefferson City a public gallery that holds an important piece of art.

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