• Community Center / Theater - Hartsville SC
    The federal Public Works Administration provided funds for the construction of a community building in Hartsville, South Carolina during the mid-1930s. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Wikipedia: "The Center Theater in Hartsville, South Carolina is a theater located at 212 N Fifth St. The theater was built in 1936 using money from the federal Works Progress Administration, a component of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal agency. The theater contains 867 seats, almost 200 of which are in the balcony. The building has historically been known as "Building A" or the "Community Center Theater", as it was...
  • Miller Hall (SCSU) - Orangeburg SC
    Multiple New Deal-supported construction projects were undertaken on the campus of South Carolina State University during the Great Depression. "his three-story brick men's dormitory was constructed with Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works funds." (sc.gov)
  • World War Memorial Building - Columbia SC
    The World War Memorial Building was constructed with the aid of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds. Construction largely occurred during 1935 though the building was completed in 1936. The PWA provided a grant of $33,086 for the building's construction, which was completed at a cost of $120,240. (PWA Docket No. SC 5732)