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New Deal airports, schools, hospitals, post offices, art, highways and more are still in use 75 years after they were built. No city, town, or rural area was untouched by the New Deal.

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New Deal Washington, DC

A map and guide to the key New Deal buildings and murals.

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New Deal New York

A map and guide to the key New Deal buildings and murals.

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New Deal San Francisco

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History of the District of Columbia’s Recorder of Deeds Building with Peter Sefton

              The Association of the Old Inhabitants hosted a video luncheon talk with Peter Sefton. Sefton discussed the history of the District of Columbia’s Recorder of Deeds Building and its architect Nathan Wyeth.  “Mr…. read more

New Deal Today

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The Mural So Controversial, Nixon Tried to Remove It

by GRAY BRECHIN | OCTOBER 4, 2021. Originally published in Zocalo Public Square 75 Years Later, ‘War and Peace’ Survives, But Its Ideals Have Not As multiple crises pile atop one another in the young 21st century, a tripartite mural at a former San Francisco post… read more

New New Deal

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“How the first New Deal remade America”

Living New Deal advisor, Nelson Lichtenstein, wrote a piece on the infrastructure, social and physical, of the New Deal. Read the piece here.

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Living New Deal Events

  • New Deal book Award Ceremony at Hyde Park, NY – June 18th.

    Our first Annual New Deal Book Award was presented on June 18th to Scott Borchert, author of Republic of Detours: How the New Deal Paid Broke Writers to Rediscover America.  The award ceremony was part of the FDR Library’s Annual Roosevelt Reading… read more