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  • Sewer Line - Selma CA
    According to a March 8 1934 article in the Clovis Independent, out of $17,374 for 17 Civil Works Administration projects for Fresno County, $3,649.96 was spent "for a sewer distribution line in Selma."
  • Irrigation - Casper WY
    The Works Progress Administration built an irrigation system, part of the Federal Reclamation Project in Casper, Alcoa. This work was funded by the Public Works Administration. The exact location and condition of the irrigation system are unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Tennis Courts - Cokeville WY
    The Works Progress Administration built public tennis courts in Cokeville, Lincoln County. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Spotted Horse Community Building - Spotted Horse WY
    The Works Progress Administration built a community building in Spotted Horse, Campbell County, Wyoming.  
  • Greybull Community Hall Extension - Greybull WY
    TheWorks Progress Administration built an extension for the community hall in Greybull, Bighorn County.
  • Sidewalk Construction - Parkersburg WV
    In 1935, The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built a mile and a quarter of sidewalks throughout Parkersburg, Wood County. The “sidewalks were constructed by WPA labor taken from the relief rolls.”
  • Alley Improvement - Parkersburg WV
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) paved approximately six miles of alleys throughout Parkersburg, Wood County.
  • Public Building Renovation - Parkersburg WV
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) repaired 69 public buildings in Parkersburg, Wood County. The projects were sponsored jointly by the City of Parkersburg and the Board of Education, and were backed by local organizations. The WPA provided the labor and part of the materials and equipment. The projects included the modernization of schools and city fire stations.
  • Sanitary Outhouses - Parkersburg WV
    Sponsored by the US public health service, the Works Progress Administration built 1,097 sanitary outhouses in Wood County.
  • Flood Recovery - Parkersburg WV
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) carried out flood recovery work after the floods in Parkersburg in the spring of 1937. The WPA provided 700 workers (200 of which were National Youth Administration workers) and $ 31,000. The WPA crews assisted with evacuation efforts and the protection and recovery of property.
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