The Works Progress Administration built a seven-room school and gymnasium with field stone masonry walls on a concrete foundation in Morgan Mill, Texas in 1940. The official project number was 65-1-66-218. The building is still in use as an elementary… read more
Excerpt from okhistory.org Delaware WPA Properties 1985: “This essentially “L” shaped structure (188′ x 156 on the exterior sides) is constructed of rusticated and random laid limestone. It has a flat roof and parapets capped with concrete. Recessed entryways have… read more
The National Youth Administration built the Blanco High School in 1940. Austin American Statesman Newspaper, December 19, 1940: “Blanco lays cornerstone for new building, built by National Youth Administration workers. The new high school started a year ago, is built of… read more
Two-story wood school building erected by the Works Progress Administration for this community when their school burned in 1939. Work started in 1940 and was completed in 1941. The s chool was consolidated with the Coolidge School district fall of… read more
The Works Progress Administration conducted work on women’s dormitories at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The structure was designed in Collegiate Gothic style by Wilbur Hitchcock. Today the building serves as Knight Hall and houses Student Services.
The Avenue E School was built in the 1900s and the Works Progress Administration remodeled/built additions to it. There is a place on the building where a marker has been removed. A marker on the next door Gymnasium rock building reads: Copperas… read more