The Journalism Building on the University of Montana campus in Missoula, now known as Stone Hall, was constructed by the Public Works Administration in 1936-7. The three-story brick structure housed the Journalism School and the printing press of the student newspaper, the… read more
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built the Marine Corps League building in Scranton. WPA crews also completed several small projects on the grounds of the property. The work included an arched, stone gateway leading to the main building, stone fences, retaining walls, and… read more
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built the Vine Hill School and Community Building (also known as Horney Buck School) in 1939 in Cape Fair. The building served as a school during the week, as a community center on Saturdays, and as an interdenominational… read more
The Works Progress Administration built the City Hall and the Auditorium building in Gatesville, between 1935 and 1937.
In August 1935, the Burleson Independent School District (BISD) applied for a grant from the Public Works Administration (PWA) for the construction of a one-story, semi-fireproof combination auditorium, gymnasium and classroom school building. In October of the same year, the… read more
The brochure A Guide to Depression Era Roadside Parks in Texas lists at #9 the Highway 16 Roadside Park as an existing Works Progress Administration-era roadside park. The park is located South of Fredericksburg in Medina County. A site visit in March 2018… read more
The State Emergency Relief Administration (SERA) financed a $25,000 appropriation “which employed 65 research workers out of the Bancroft Library of U.C. Berekey and 56 additional workers put to work in the field to gather the necessary information to provide… read more
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) completed reforestation and improvement work at the John Henry Kirby Memorial State Forest. The work included tree planting and timber stand improvement—a forest management method that supports tree growth. The CCC also built a residence, park roads… read more