The building's sad condition aside, I was really excited to get my first out of state New Deal mural and the added adventure of having to hunt someone down to open the building for me was kind of neat.
The mural was painted by Alois Fabry and is entitled "Floating Horses Down the Cumberland River".
We saw the Cumberland River when we visited Cumberland Falls. The falls is one of the few in the western hemisphere where you can see a moonbow. Historically the Cumberland River was important for trade and travel as it reached the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.
Back home today so I'm linking up to Monday Mural!