Fort Indiantown Gap Development – PA

Description

The Work Projects Administration (WPA) worked to develop and improve Fort Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania. Work, approved in the fall of 1940, included “improvements to the landing field, construction and improvement of buildings and installation of sewer and electric lines.”

Source notes

"To Rush Work at Indiantown." Greenville Record-Argus, Oct. 1, 1940 (page 5)

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on February 24, 2015.

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Location Info


Fort Indiantown Gap, PA

Coordinates: 40.440, -76.60

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