Treasure Island Mural, 1936
Painted by Edward Spicer
The mural, Treasure Island is a painting of a map of the island by artist Edward Spicer. It is a cornerstone to OA Art History.
The 12 foot-wide, seven-foot tall panel mural was dedicated to the Order at the 1936 National Lodge Meeting hosted by Unami Lodge on Treasure Island. The painting depicts an aerial outline of the island surrounded by the Delaware River. Various areas of camp, including the Unami Ceremonial Grounds , are suggested by indian figures indicating the history of Leni Lenape living on Island.