Side Streets: City Auditorium is where we really live

Murals by Tabor Utley, including this one titled "The Arts," are still visible in the vestibule of the City Auditorium. The murals were painted in 1934 as part of the Public Works of Art Project, one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs during the Great Depression. Mark Reis, The Gazette
Murals by Tabor Utley, including this one titled "The Arts," are still visible in the vestibule of the City Auditorium. The murals were painted in 1934 as part of the Public Works of Art Project, one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs during the Great Depression. Mark Reis, The Gazette
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