Waterworks - Monaca PAPumphouse
Project type: Infrastructure and Utilities, Water Supply
Quality of Information: Very Good
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In 1940, the Works Progress Administration reconstructed Monaca’s waterworks with locally quarried stone. The project cost $50,000. A marker on the building identifies it as “W.P.A. PROJECT NO. 21284.”
Bauder, Bob. "Impact of 1930s Works Progress Administration still seen in Beaver County." Beaver County Times (Beaver, Pennsylvania), 30 January 2009 https://www.timesonline.com/story/news/2009/01/31/impact-1930s-works-progress-administration/18308162007/.
"Salute to Monaca," The Pittsburgh Press, 26 May 1940 p.78.
Project originally submitted by Andrew Gallentine on May 9, 2023.
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