Annual reports show that the town of Hudson was helped extensively by New Deal programs. In addition to work by the RFC and FERA (which included distributing food and medicine to school children), the CWA repaired and improved schools and libraries. From 1935 on, the WPA did extensive work on the town’s infrastructure, including digging fire holes, improving town roads, and moth extermination. The WPA and PWA also improved local school grounds. The NYA also employed local school children for “various tasks around the school.”
Annual Reports of the Selectmen, Town Clerk and Treasurer School District Public Library, Road Agent, Health Department, Tax Collector Budget Committee, Planning Board and State Auditors for the Town of Hudson, N. H.
Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on January 28, 2017.
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