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This is an alphabetical list of every New Deal site on our national map, with a thumbnail photo and text.

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  • 109th St. Pool - Los Angeles CA
    The WPA helped in improvements at this pool that put 66 people to work in 1939. 53,300 man hours were used. $36,211 went toward labor and $3,129 to other expenses. As of Winter 2015, the facility was extant but being extensively renovated. ...
  • 10th and Choctaw Road Culvert - Choctaw OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a culvert on Choctaw Road in Choctaw, OK. Contributor note: "This culvert carries water run-off north-south at the intersection of 10th Street and Choctaw Road. The culvert has a 3 ft by 3 ft. opening, and at the time of our visit was heavily overgrown with ...
  • 10th Street and Autumn Lane Culvert - Harrah OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a culvert at the intersection of 10thStreet and and Autumn Lane in Harrah, in 1939. Contributor note: "This culvert carries water run-off north-south under 10th Street, about two miles west of the town of Harrah. The culvert opening is about 3 ft by 3 ft. Stamped on ...
  • 10th Street and Dobbs Road Culverts - Harrah OK
    The Works Progress Administration built culverts at the intersection of 10th Street and Dobbs Road in Harrah, in 1939. Contributor note: "These two culverts carry water run-off east-west under Dobbs Road, on each side of 10th Street. The culverts were built by the WPA in 1939. The culvert on the north side of ...
  • 10th Street and Luther Road Culvert - Harrah OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a culvert at the intersection of 10th Street and Luther Road in Harrah, in 1939. Contributor note: "This culvert carries water east-west under Luther Road, on the south side of 10th Street. The culvert opening is approximately 3 ft by 3 ft. The culvert carries water run-off ...
  • 10th Street and Peebly Road Culverts - Harrah OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a culvert on 10thStreet Peebly Road, Oklahoma County. Contributor note: "On 10th Street, between Choctaw and Harrah, at Peebly Road, there are two culverts which carry water east-west from the drainage ditches alongside 10th Street. The culvert openings are rectangular, and approximately 2 ft. by 3 ...
  • 10th Street Bridge - Choctaw OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a bridge on 10thStreet in Choctaw. Contributor note: "One-half mile east of Hiwassee Road on 10th Street, this is a bridge with three 10 ft. wide openings, and five concrete pillars at each side of the road. The bridge spans north-south flowing water down an unnamed ...
  • 10th Street Culvert - Oklahoma County OK
    The Works Progress Administration built a culvert on 10th Street in Oklahoma County, in 1939. Contributor note: "This culvert is located about 200 feet east of the intersection of 10th Street and Peebly Road. This culvert carries water north-south from a small pond northeast of the culvert. Run-off must be quite severe at ...
  • 10th Street Culverts - Gotebo OK
    The Works Progress Administration built culverts on 10th Street in Gotebo, OK in 1938. The culverts are marked with the WPA stamp and are located north and south of Maud Linnie Avenue. Contributor note: In front of a former school, these two culverts cross 10th Street, north and south of Maud Linnie Avenue. They ...
  • 110th Police Precinct - Elmhurst NY
    The Work Projects Administration (WPA) constructed a new station house for the NYPD's 110th precinct in Elmhurst. The project, built for $100,000, is still in use. Inside is a plaque crediting the WPA, with the date 1939, though the public does not generally receive permission to photograph it. ...
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