Mural rediscovered behind bank wall goes on display in Casselberry City Hall
David Powers beamed a flashlight around the dark, abandoned hallways of the Casselberry bank, discovering that it had turned into a maze of offices since he worked there two decades earlier.
Massive renovations had changed the building's layout since he'd been there. But stopping at a wall near the restrooms, he felt hopeful he was in the right place. He and his companions took a chance and knocked a hole in the plaster.
Sure enough, when they peered inside, they found themselves in Cuba.
The mural commissioned in the early 1960s long served as the showpiece of the old South Seminole Bank,... read more
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