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Stone Culverts on State Highway 58 – Santa Marguerita CA

Date added: April 9, 2021

In 1940-41, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) built several stone-lined culverts for drainage on California state highway 58 – also known as Calf Canyon Road – east of the intersection with route 229, roughly 5-10 miles east of Santa Marguerita… read more

Trout Creek Bridge – Santa Marguerita CA

Date added: April 9, 2021

The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built the Trout Creek bridge on state highway 58, a couple miles east of Santa Marguerita, in 1941.  This was part of a program of WPA road work all over San Luis Obispo County roads… read more

Watertown Auditorium – Watertown SD

Date added: April 3, 2021

The Public Works Administration funded the construction of the Watertown Auditorium. The facility has two basketball and volleyball courts. It also has a stage with theater seating. For years it was used for rec league basketball and volleyball leagues and… read more

Log Cabins – Mohawk State Forest MA

Date added: March 28, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built cabins at Mohawk Trail State Forest and Savoy State Forest, MA, circa 1934. The architect of record was L. C. Roy.

Olais Road Water Management System – Strum WI

Date added: March 26, 2021

This water management system was built by the SCS or Soil Management Service and its function remains the same as when it was constructed in 1936. The purpose of this concrete structure is to maintain a safe level of water… read more

Sulphur Athletic Field and Stadium – Sulphur OK

Date added: March 22, 2021

Athletic field and stadium for the Sulphur Bulldogs and still use practice field for the High School team The stadium located on West Wynnewood Ave, Sulphur is a rectangular 139 x 38 foot building made of native stone and pre-formed… read more

Post Office (former) – Roanoke AL

Date added: March 18, 2021

The former post office building, at the northwest corner of Main St. and Trammell St., was constructed in 1940 as a Federal Works Agency project with Treasury Department funds. The building is now privately owned.

City Hall – Roanoke AL

Date added: March 18, 2021

Roanoke, Alabama’s City Hall was constructed in 1941 with the assistance of Work Projects Administration (WPA) labor. WPA Project No. 61-1-61-37

Berkeley County Library – Moncks Corner SC

Date added: March 17, 2021

It served as the Berkeley County Library from 1938 to 1970. The building was moved from Library Street around the corner to 221 First Street in 1969 and continued to serve customers until the grand opening of the new library… read more