The Federal Emergency Relief Administration and the Civil Works Administration carried out “repairs and renewals work at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School (now J. Antonio Jarvis School) on St. Thomas.
Atop the hill that is now known as Coronado Heights Park sits an iconic castle, picnic areas, and restrooms that were constructed by the Federal Works Progress Administration (WPA) in the 1930s. Indeed in 1936 the Lindsborg Historical Society sold… read more
The Works Progress Administration’s National Youth Administration (WPA/NYA) hired youths to construct the stone shop building and 2 restrooms in Sunset Park in Salina Kansas. During the 1950s, the shop building doubled as a voting station. The shop building bears… read more
In 1933, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the Recreation Center at McCormick’s Creek State Park. The building served as the CCC’s Camp 589 Recreation Hall. After the CCC vacated the camp, a WPA project adapted it into a nature museum in… read more
The Works Progress Administration carried out improvements on Market Street (“White Oak Hill” area) in Christiansted, between 1938-1938.
The Public Works Administration (PWA) built “one additional room for Dober School Building.” The cost of the PWA work was $3,899.35.