Braymer water tower
The PWA constructed this waterworks facility in Braymer with funds appropriated in 1938. The PWA also did extensive sewer construction in Braymer.
From the Daily Capital News, Juney 23, 1938:
The Public Works Administration began its 1938 spending-lending program today with allotments of $41,632,717 in grants and $9,021,000 of loans for 291 projects. Howard A. Gray, assistant administrator, said the 291 projects would involve $92,520,374 of construction… The allotments included: Braymer, Mo., waterworks, $31,090; Braymer, Mo., sewer system, $22,091; Kansas City, Mo., municipal bldg:, $443,623; King City, Mo., sewer, $29,250; Kirksville, Mo., paving, $204,545; Leadwood, Mo., gymnasium, $30,240; Milan, Mo., courthouse, $56,454 grant, $69,000 loan; St. Joseph, Mo., schools, $405,000.
Project originally submitted by Charles Swaney on June 26, 2015.
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