Victoria Hutson Huntley studied under some pretty fancy people, like Max Weber (the artist, not the sociologist). The National Gallery holds several of her lithographs, including the on-topic piece Rural Free Delivery. If she were alive today, I’d send her a COVID Card. Why not?
The Georgia Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit of Ms. Huntley’s work in 2021, but lucky for you (that’s not something we say a lot these days, is it?) you can see it right now. Just click.
Ms. Huntley painted two post office murals: Old Days in Greenwich (Greenwich, Connecticut) and Fiddler’s Green (Springville, New York). You can view some studies for the latter at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s website.