Like the WPA crews that unearthed huge fossils while constructing public works, the Living New Deal is discovering a lost world. Thousands of “artifacts”— films, artworks, parks, roads, bridges, and public buildings—are the among the hidden legacy of the New Deal. Every city and town benefitted from government programs that got Americans working during the Great Depression—perhaps none more than New York City, where we are uncovering a trove of New Deal treasures. You can learn about them on our ever-expanding website, using our new and improved Search feature. Express your inner paleontologist, and thank you for your support.