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    Municipal Sewer System – Rutland VT

    Date added: July 15, 2014

    The town’s municipal report for 1935 described extensive New Deal relief from the PWA and the WPA, as well as from VERA (Vermont Emergency Relief Agency). The mayor said in the report that: “These large amounts received during these past… read more

    Public Library – Rutland VT

    Date added: June 3, 2014

    The Rutland Public Library was renovated with the help of Public Works Administration funds. (Docket No. Vt. 1059-DS) The work consisted of installing interior partitions and painting and restoring the architectural details of the façade. The Civil Works Administration (CWA) conducted… read more

    Post Office – Springfield VT

    Date added: April 18, 2014

    The post office in Springfield, Vermont was constructed using federal funds. Construction on the building began in 1935 and was completed in 1937. The post office is still in use today.


    Post Office (former) Murals – Saint Albans VT

    Date added: July 24, 2013

    Two murals, “Haying” and “Sugaring Off,” by Philip von Saltza were completed in 1939 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds. The post office moved to a new facility in early 2008. The murals remain in the old lobby.

    Green Mountain National Forest – VT

    Date added: October 3, 2012

    The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) developed Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont during the 1930s. “The Depression-era legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps (established in 1933 as part of Roosevelt’s “New Deal”) is reflected on the Forest. At one time… read more

    Stephen J. Belaski Mural

    Post Office (former) Murals – Rutland VT

    Date added: August 23, 2012

    There are 6 murals in the now-former post office building at 151 West Street in Rutland, Vermont. Painted in 1937 by Stephen J. Belaski, the works depict the “Early History of Vermont.” The artwork was commissioned under the auspices of… read more


    Post Office Murals – Northfield VT

    Date added: August 23, 2012

    The historic Northfield post office houses examples of New Deal artwork: one full-size and three medallion murals painted by Charles M. Daugherty in 1939. The murals are respectively titled: “Skiers”; “Agriculture”, “Granite”, and “Maple Sugar”.

    Recreation Field: Ballfield – Montpelier VT

    Date added: July 27, 2012

    The primary baseball field at Montpelier Recreation Field was built in 1939. Frequently mis-attributed to the Work Projects Administration (WPA), the facility was part of a larger park project undertaken with Public Works Administration (PWA) funds. The stadium was home to the New England… read more

    Emma Willard Memorial – Middlebury VT

    Date added: July 27, 2012

    “The Emma Hart Willard Memorial, is a public artwork by designed by Pierre Zwick and Marion Guild and sculpted by T.A. Campbell who worked for the Houlihan Shop in Rutland, Vermont. Erected in 1941, the memorial is located in a… read more

    Cabot Village School – Cabot VT

    Date added: February 18, 2012

    The Public Works Administration and the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works funded the construction of the school building and athletic facilities for the Village School in Cabot, Cabot School District. “The school is in the residential section of the… read more