This modest red brick post office in a simplified Georgian Revival style has an arched, fanlighted entry and keystoned lintels. Inside is the moody 1937 mural, The Spanish Peaks, by Ernest L. Blumenschein, a founder of the Taos, New Mexico, art colony. The mural depicts the saddle-shaped peaks in silvery snow, with a foreground of Ute tipis and a Hispanic sheepherder.
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