The federal Work Projects Administration worked to improve Irvington, New York’s town hall during the 1930s.
One project, which cost $15,548 (of which the WPA contributed $11,924) was described by the WPA in its project rolls: “Work includes carpentry, plastering, painting, improving [the] electrical system, scraping floors, varnishing,” and performing other related work.
National Archives; Record Group 69: Records of the Work Projects Administration; Records of the Project Control Division; microfilm publication T936; roll 9.
Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on August 16, 2014.
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