In one mural, pioneers are erecting a cabin. In the other, a mail plane flies over an isolated country house. Both were painted by New Mexico artist Peter Hurd in the early 1940s, as part of a Works Progress Administration project. Though they’re both bright, detailed depictions of local history, because they are in the mostly closed-to-the-public Terminal Annex Federal Building downtown, almost nobody sees them. 207 S. Houston St.