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Murals on display at South Whitley Community Public Library

From reports

Murals were one of the many ways artists made a living during the Great Depression. They painted scenes from life in many public buildings, including post offices.
Now through October 12, South Whitley Community Public Library is hosting a display from the Indiana Historical Society featuring murals that graced post office walls.
Stop by the library located at 201 East Front Street in South Whitley and enjoy the work of these talented artists.


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