The Living New Deal has just published a map to New Deal sites in San Francisco. The “Art and Architecture of the New Deal” is a guide to eighteen of the more than 300 known public works projects the New Deal left to the City by the Bay—artworks, parks, civic buildings, schools and more. The San Francisco guide, meant for locals and visitors alike, offers insights into the city’s labor and art history. It is the first in a series of New Deal city maps showing the impact of government programs that provided millions of jobs to unemployed Americans during the Great Depression.
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