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  • National Training School for Boys (Former): Agricultural Buildings - Washington DC
    The Works Progress Administration built several agricultural buildings, which included a chicken farm and hennery, at the National Training School for Boys in Washington DC, circa 1937.
  • Potomac River Emergency Flood Levee - Washington DC
    In 1936, relief workers from the Works Progress Administration (WPA) built emergency flood levees to stop the overflow of the Potomac River. The photographs show WPA crews erecting the levees in the vicinity of the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. 
  • E Street NW Sewer - Washington DC
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built sewer lines in front of the Washington Auditorium in Washington DC. Pictured are work crews building the sewer lines in 1936. The Washington Auditorium, built in the 1920s and demolished in 1964, was located on E Street NW.  The site is now an extension of Rawlins Park. Washington Auditorium hosted the inaugural ball of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 and the Federal Emergency Relief Administration leased the entire building in 1935 – which may be why a new sewer was put in place in front.  It subsequently held the US Geological Survey and other federal offices.
  • School - St. Johns AZ
    The Works Progress Administration built the school in St. Johns, Apache County. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Cochise Airport Runway Improvement - Wilcox AZ
    The Works Progress Administration carried out runway improvement work at the airport in the vicinity of Cochise, Douglas County. Project #309, completed circa 1936. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Recreational Center and Municipal Golf Course - Winslow AZ
    The Works Progress Administration built a recreational center that included a club house and a municipal golf course in Winslow, Navajo County. Project #271, completed circa 1936.
  • Bumblebee Bridge - Bumblebee AZ
    The Works Progress Administration built a bridge in Bumblebee, Yapavai County. Project #38, completed circa 1936.
  • Swimming Pool - Tempe AZ
    The Works Progress Administration built a Public Swimming Pool in Tempe at the "municipal park"—possibly what is now the Papago Park complex. Project # 126, circa 1936. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Arizona State Hospital Additions - Phoenix AZ
    The Works Progress Administration built additions for the Arizona State Hospital (also known as the Arizona State Hospital for the Insane) in Phoenix. The present condition of the structures in unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Waterworks and Sewerage - Glen Rose TX
    The Public Works Administration approved waterworks and sewerage construction for Glen Rose (project 1792) 12/12/1933. A loan of $46,00 and grant of $16,236 funded the construction. The project was completed April 2, 1935.
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