The Works Progress Administration built a school and gymnasium in Woodson TX in 1935. Two story center building appears to be the gymnasium. Wings on either side would be the classrooms and offices. Excerpt from newspaper clipping of Austin American-Statesman… read more
Built by the National Youth Administration, all that remains of the structures are rock wall shells. The Home Economics Cottage has a plaque, the vocational shop does not.
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was present in Death Valley National Monument from 1933 to 1942. The main CCC camp was at Cow Creek, just north of the park headquarters and visitors center at Furnace Creek. CCC ‘boys’ built the… read more
The Alice Keith Park Swimming Pool in Beaumont, TX was built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1938. A ten-acre municipal tract, Alice Keith Park was constructed in 1932 to help alleviate unemployment and provide a recreational space in… read more