The Sites

1. Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center -
Mile Marker 102, Key Largo
Second floor hall contains five bas reliefs by Joan van Breeman.

2. Hurricane Monument -
Mile Marker 82, Islamorada
Designed by Harold Lawson and executed by Lampbert Bemelmann, and constructed with WPA funds as a memorial to victims of the 1935 Labor Day hurricane.

3. Monroe County Public Library -
Mile Marker 82, Islamorada Branch.
Originally built by the WPA as a school and hurricane shelter in 1936. It contains six bas reliefs by Joan van Breeman.

4. "Hurricane" or "Red Cross" Houses -
State Road 4A, Islamorada

Twenty-three houses originally constructed with WPA and Red Cross funds for victims who lost homes in the 1935 hurricane.

5. Library -
Florida Keys Community College, 2nd Floor, Building A, Key West
"Portable" mural by Erik Johan Smith. Originally installed in the 3.2 Cafe, Duval and Petronia Streets, Key West.

6. Harvey Government Center -
White Street and Truman Avenue, Key West
Two bas reliefs by Joan van Breeman.

7. Glynn Archer Elementary School -
1302 White Street, Key West
Originally Key West High School. Contains William Hoffman murals depicting discovery of Key West by Spanish explorers,
and the building of the Overseas Railroad. (Limited access. Please stop in office before viewing.)

8. Lighthouse Museum -
Whitehead Street and Truman Avenue, Key West
FERA artifacts and prints by Erik Smith and Stanley Wood.

9. Lester Building -
530 Whitehead Street, Key West
Commissioner McCoy's office. Three watercolors by Walton Blodgett.

10. Spottswood, Spottswood & Spottswood -
500 Fleming Street, 2nd. Floor, Key West
Large painting by Adrian Dornbush, and a later painting by William Hoffman. (Please call ahead in order to view. Phone 294-9556.)

11. Heritage House Museum -
410 Caroline Street, Key West
Watercolors and prints by Alfred Crimi, F. Townsend Morgan, Stanley Wood, and Martha Sauer, and FERA artifacts.

12. Gallery on Greene -
606 Greene Street, Key West
Showcasing current, as well as early, works by former FERA artist Henry La Cagnina.

13. Sloppy Joe's Bar -
201 Duval Street, Key West
Reproduction of painting by Erik Smith; original in the collection of the Key West Art & Historical Society.

14. Key West Aquarium -
2 Whitehead Street, Key West
Begun with Civil Works Administration funds and completed in 1935 with FERA funds. Contains reproductions os some original frescoes by FERA artist Alfred Crimi.

15. Key West Art Center -
301 Front Street, Key West
One of 66 community art centers administered by the WPA throughout the U.S., where art classes were taught and gallery space provided.

16. Sculpture Garden -
Mallory Square, Key West
Bust of Julius Stone, FERA administrator and creator of the Key West Art Project.