Clayton Public Schools Historic District/WPA
Union County New Mexico
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.
- View the Google Map for this site (lat-long decimal degrees, NAD27) 36.44956 -103.17622
- Clayton High School
- 323 S. 5th Street
- Clayton, NM 88415
- Fax: 575-374-9881