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  • Community Building - Shell WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA), possibly succeeded by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), built a community building east of Shell. Cassity: In Shell, the CWA constructed a log “community house,” a building that was “equipped with a fine dance floor and the building will serve not only the people in the vicinity but will serve a large number from the entire county as this building is located recreational section of the Big Horn Mountains.” The exact location and condition of this building are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • National Guard Armory - Newcastle WY
    The Works Progress Administration built the National Guard Armory in Newcastle, Weston County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.  
  • High School Gymnasium - Manville WY
    The Works Progress Administration built a high school gymnasium in Manville, Niobrara County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Beaver Creek Recreation Hall - Newcastle WY
    The Works Progress Administration built the Beaver Creek Recreation Hall in Newcastle, Weston County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • National Guard Armory - Douglas WY
    The Works Progress Administration built the National Guard Armory in Douglas, Converse County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Eastern States Exposition: "Vermont Industries" Murals - Springfield MA
    Artist Theodore Hussa, Jr. of Burlington, VT painted four murals for the Eastern States Exposition, with support from the Works Progress Administration Arts Project. Each mural depicts a major Vermont industry: Recreeation; Quarrying; Dairying; and Sugaring. Each murals measures 5' wide by 8' tall and is painted in "oil on special material." They were to be installed in Vermont Pavilion at the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, MA, in September 1941. Their present whereabouts is unknown. A 1941 Burlington Free Press and Times article reads, "Gov. William H. Willis and Pierre Zwick, director of the Vermont art project of the  WPA, are shown...
  • Camp Cabins - Centennial WY
    The Works Progress Administration built cabins for a camp in Centennial, Albany County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • High School Athletic Field - Worland WY
    The Works Progress Administration built a high school athletic field and grandstand in Worland, Washakie County. The exact location and condition of this facility are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • High School Stadium - Rock Springs WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) started and the Works Progress Administration (WPA) completed a high school stadium in Rock Springs, Wyoming. The Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) was likely also involved, given the timeline in the article below. Casper Star-Tribune, Nov. 1935: "The folks in Rock Springs take a lot of pride in their new athletic field, and deservingly so. Started as a CWA project (as was Casper's new stadium), the field was completed last year. It is a splendid asset to the community, and supplements the excellent high school athletic system of which Rock Springs is justly proud. Roosevelt field...
  • Municipal Skating Rink - Laramie WY
    TheWorks Progress Administration built a Municipal skating rink in Laramie, Albany County.
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