Clayton Public Schools Historic District/WPA

Union County New Mexico

SFT photo

Photo by Michael E. Pitel

This school in Clayton, New Mexico, built in Pueblo Revival architectural style, is a 1930's WPA product. Thirty-six easel paintings by well-known NM artists are on view along with wrought iron lamps, furniture, drapes, dishes and weavings, all created in the New Deal-funded vocational classes in the 1930's.

The WPA Project Museum (the only one in the state) is located in the junior high school building in the center of the campus.

    Location Information

  • View the Google Map for this site (lat-long decimal degrees, NAD27) 36.44956 -103.17622
  • Contact Information

  • Clayton High School
  • 323 S. 5th Street
  • Clayton, NM 88415
  • 575-374-2596
  • Fax: 575-374-9881
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