The Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works built a School Administration Building Addition in Oakland MS. The addition to the Oakland 1909 school was project 1317, approved 8/12/1938 for a grant of $19,018. Architect was N. W. Overstreet and A…. read more
Completed in 1939, J.J. Finley Elementary school is the oldest operating elementary school in Alachua County. It was named for Jesse Johnson Finley (1812-1904 ), a brigadier general in the Army of the Confederacy, and later a US congressman from… read more
The Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works (Public Works Administration) provided funding for the construction of Fire Station No. 5 in Charleston, West Virginia. This is one of several fire stations built in the City of Charleston under the New… read more
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) made improvements to a segment of Albemarle Street NW, between Reno Road and Thirty-Eighth Street, in 1938-39. The WPA graded the road and prepared it for paving with a foundation of salvaged material: “The… read more
This suburban Des Moines elementary school was constructed in 1939 under the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. In 2018 it was adaptively reused as the Phenix School Apartments, which provides live-work space to artists.
The Public Works Administration funded the construction of the Chemistry Building (later renamed Withers Hall) on the North Carolina State University campus in Raleigh NC. Construction of a fire-proof structure of reinforced concrete with exterior finish of brick and Indiana… read more
One of several fire stations built in the City of Charleston under the New Deal.
One of several fire stations built in the New Deal in Charleston West Virginia. This station was listed on as contributing on the Elk City Historic District (08000392). The building is no longer used for a fire station but remains… read more