Under lock and key: The New Deal post office art of Palm Beach County


Three New Deal post offices in Palm Beach County, Florida, feature important murals painted in the 1930s.  But one of the buildings isn't serving as a post office anymore, and the art is "under lock and key."  The former Palm Beach post office buidling on N. County Road now serves as the offices for billionaire real estate tycoon Jeff Greene, who purchased the property in 2011 for $3.75 million.  It still holds Charles Rosen's murals of Seminoles, which remain the property of the USPS.  The public is supposed to have access to the murals, but when a reporter when visiting, she had to "peek through the glass doors and see the lobby."  Read more.