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  • Woodlawn Lake Park Improvements - San Antonio TX
    Woodlawn Lake Park began as a subdivision development outside of San Antonio in 1887. The developers constructed a dam across a creek on the property to create a lake which soon became a resort area. The City of San Antonio acquired the property in 1918 and a citizen's group constructed restrooms and a playground and planted trees. A bond package in 1928 allowed for the construction of a pool and community center. In 1935, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) built two masonry bridges in the park. One still carries vehicular traffic into the park. The road over the second bridge was...
  • Wyandotte County Lake Park: Boy Scout Camp Gazebo - Kansas City KS
    The polygonal gazebo / overlook shelter at the Boy Scout Camp in Wyandotte County Lake Park’s is one of numerous Works Progress Administration (WPA) structures constructed in the park. Currently only the base stonework of the structure remains.
  • Wyandotte County Lake Park: Shelter 11 Gazebo - Kansas City KS
    The polygonal gazebo / overlook shelter located near Shelter 11 at Wyandotte County Lake Park’s is one of numerous Works Progress Administration (WPA) structures constructed in the park. It is also known as the East Lookout Shelter.
  • Wyandotte County Lake Park: Shelter 3 - Kansas City KS
    Wyandotte County Lake Park's Shelter 3 is one of numerous Works Progress Administration (WPA) structures constructed in the park. The structure features a stone fireplace.
  • Wyandotte County Lake Park: Shelter 7 - Kansas City KS
    Wyandotte County Lake Park's gorgeous stone Shelter 7 is one of numerous Works Progress Administration (WPA) structures constructed in the park. "Shelter 7 ... designed with stone bases and battered stone walls. This creates the visual effect of a structure that is anchored to its natural setting and that seems to almost have grown from it."
  • Wyandotte County Lake Park: Shelter 9 - Kansas City KS
    Wyandotte County Lake Park’s Shelter 9 is one of numerous Works Progress Administration (WPA) structures constructed in the park. The structure features a stone fireplace.
  • Yellowwood State Forest Shelter House - Needmore IN
    Made by stone. 2 stone chimneys, stone floor. Constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1938.
  • Zaragoza Park Improvements - Austin TX
    In January 1941, the National Youth Administration began building a bathhouse with dressing and toilet facilities at Zaragoza Park as well as a chain-linked fence around the pool that was connected to the bathhouse. The City of Austin furnished materials for the project and the NYA supplied the labor.
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