The Winslow Headstart building, originally the Winslow Clubhouse, was built in 1937 by relief workers employed by the Work Progress Administration (WPA). “The Winslow Clubhouse (now Headstart) is a good example of the Winslow community’s desire for adaptive reuse…. read more
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.
The Williamson Avenue underpass beneath the Santa Fe railway line was built with the aid of the Work Progress Administration (WPA), c 1937. “Construction of the Williamson Avenue underpass was a fine example of cooperating agencies (Works Progress Administration, Atchison… read more