Geneva Post Office 67 Castle Street Geneva New York 14456
Save Outdoor Sculpture, New York survey, 1994.
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Five rectangular, Art Deco style bas-relief panels depicting scenes of Industry, Education, Aviation, Agriculture, and an eagle are installed on the brick facade of a post office. To the far left is Industry, depicting gears and a man holding a hammer. To its proper left is Education, showing a student, a book, and a lamp of learning. In the center, over the post office entrance, is a panel with an eagle with spread wings. To the proper left of the eagle panel is Aviation, depicting a man carrying an airplane. On the far right is Agriculture, showing a woman carrying a sheaf of wheat, with a rising or setting sun in the bottom left corner.