1935 to 1937
Fishing industry made a comeback based on frozen fish business. (18)
City Hall mural painted by Charles Allen Winter "High School Education" (18)
Mural over the City Hall stage
"Build Not For Today Alone But For Tomorrow As Well"
Gloucester's new Post Office.
Done as a WPA project, "Education" by Charles Allen Winter.
Intersection of Main St. with Hancock St.
Fishing vessel Babe Sears
St. Peter's Fiesta
"Beach Scene" by Aiden Lassell Ridley
"Dog Town Common" by George
"Bright Day in Gloucester Harbor"
by Emile Albert Gruppe
"St. Peter's Fiesta" by Gifford-Beal
by Charles Allan Winter
"Gloucester, Mass." by Sandor Bernath
"Gloucester Street" by Louise M. Woodroofe
"Waterfront" by Stuart Davis
"36 Red Flowers and Sailboat"
"Self Portrait" by Tibor Gergely
"Rooftops, Gloucester" by Anthony Thieme
"Three Scudding Sailboats
by Charles-S. Hopkinson
"Lighthouse, Ten Pound Island"
"Harbor Cove" by Gordon Eastcott Payne
Grandfather - John A. at the end of the dip-net with a deckload of mackerel.
"Artists Against War And Fascism"
"Schoonermen" by Warren Long
Captains Courageous is a 1937 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer adventure film. Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling, it had its world premiere at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles.
Gloucester Coal and Lumber
"Shining Sea" by James Milton Sessions
"Bridge to the Sea,Good Harbor
Beach" by Milton Avery
"Man Sings Of Man"
by Umberto Romano
"Helen" by Leon Kroll