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  • Brushy Creek Bridge - Atmore AL
    The Works Progress Administration built a three-span bridge over Brushy Creek in the vicinity of Atmore. This bridge was part of a county-wide bridge construction project in Escambia County. The approximate cost of the entire program was $377,500.00.  
  • Day Street School - Montgomery AL
    The Works Progress Administration built the Day Street School in Montgomery. This was one of seven schools that were upgraded with larger classrooms throughout Montgomery County. Federal cost: $42,062.
  • Jasper City Hall - Jasper AL
    The Works Progress Administration built the Jasper City Hall, circa 1937. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Walker County Home - Jasper AL
    The Public Works Administration funded the construction of the Walker County Home in Jasper. The exact location or condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.  
  • City Water Intake - Gadsden AL
    The Works Progress Administration built a water intake for the city of Gadsden, circa 1937. The exact location and condition of this facility is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Civic Center Lily Pond - Gadsden AL
    The Federal Emergency Relief Administration built a lily pond in the Civic Center in Downtown Gadsden, circa 1937.
  • Community House - Columbia AL
    The Works Progress Administration built a community house in Columbia, circa 1937. The exact location and condition of the structure is unknown to the Living New Deal.
  • Homewood, Street Beautification - Birmingham AL
    The Works Progress Administration carried out landscaping and beautification work on a street in the Homewood, a suburb of Birmingham, circa 1936.
  • National Guard Squadron Facility, Municipal Airport - Birmingham AL
    The Works Progress Administration built a National Guard Squadron facility at the Municipal Airport in Birmingham, in 1936.
  • New Castle to Croston Farm-to-Market Roads - Birmingham AL
    The Works Progress Administration built a farm-to-market road connecting Croston with New Castle, in the vicinity of Birmingham. The road was “farm-to-market type with stone bridge, no cars.”
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