• Angel Island Building 21 - Tiburon CA
    Excavate below first floor of Building #21, underpin walls and piers of Building #21, and carry to solid bearing. Install complete drying room with lines, fans and louvres. Provide adequate room for ten-chair barber shop installation. Cut exterior doors, build stairs, walks and hand rails to provide access to laundry trays, showers and drying rooms from first and second floors of Barracks Building #21.--Mooser, p. 94.
  • Angel Island Building Repairs - Tiburon CA
    Remove present sanitary and water lines and replace with new material. Replace plumbing fixtures, install hollow tile walls, partitions, tiling, electrical wiring and fixtures, ornamental iron, and necessary carpentry, concrete, lath, and plaster work. Remove old window frames and doors and replace with new.--Mooser, p. 92-93.
  • Angel Island Fire Trails - Tiburon CA
    Remove approximately one mile of existing old telephone line and replace with new poles and wire. Cut fire trails under existing telephone line and transmission line from Quarantine Station to a point on the North East of the Island. Resurface 2,000 lineal feet of road from quarters No. 4 to Military Road--Mooser, p. 85.
  • Angel Island Sanitation and Grounds Improvements - Tiburon CA
    Razed water tanks; removed underground water pipes, landscaped grounds, built bulkhead and walks.--Healy, p. 73. Razing water tanks and removal of underground water pipes. Landscaping of Immigration Grounds; ditching around buildings, construction of incinerator; leveling of European Recreation Grounds; construction of cement bulkhead and walks. Tearing out shower bath in hospital.--Mooser, p. 79.
  • Angel Island Water Tanks - Tiburon CA
    Construction of two 500,000 gallon square reservoir concrete slab bottom and sides with corrugated iron roofs, also 1,000 feet of 6 galvanized iron pipe to connect with existing water distribution lines. All necessary excavation, backfill and drainage installation.--Mooser, p. 94.
  • Fort McDowell Landscaping - Tiburon CA
    The Fort is located on the West side of the island. Build rubble masonry walls, install irrigation system, excavation, weeding, seeding, and trimming slopes, transplanting seedlings.--Mooser, p. 94.
  • Old Saint Hilary Church Privy (former) - Tiburon CA
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built a privy (outhouse) for Old St. Hilary Church in Tiburon, California, in the 1930s.  The WPA constructed thousands of such privies around the country during the New Deal as a public health measure.  This wooden outhouse has a concrete base, with both a women's and gents' side. The historic information sheet on site is ambiguous as to the time this outhouse was in active use.  It may have been in operation only until 1940, but more likely continued until a modern restroom was constructed in the 1960s.   After it was retired, St. Hilary outhouse has been...
  • Trestle Glen Boulevard - Tiburon CA
    Trestle Glen Boulevard is a road about a mile long that connects the main road on the west shore of the Tiburon peninsula to the the main road on the east shore. It was completed circa 1937 as a WPA project. An old bridge on this road is likely WPA as well. The name Trestle Glen was not used until the 1950's. Before then it was called Reed's Road, probably because it was built on land belonging to Clothilde Reed, a descendant of the original Mexican land grantee John Reed. The name California City in the cited article refers to an area...