Gordon Newell and Sherry Peticolas' four plaster facade reliefs of California’s wildlife preside over the Inglewood, California post office entrance. The heads of a buffalo, bear, ram, and mountain lion were created by the pair in 1937 as part of the Works Progress Administration, a program funded by the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP). Each animal is framed by paired panels of California grass or trees.
Newell and Peticolas' commissioned works are seen in other post offices. Among their most significant municipal works are Eagle in Colton, Horseman in Hollywood, and Transportation of the Mail in San Fernando, all in California.