• Blaine Stadium and Fieldhouse - Ponca City OK
    The Works Progress Administration built the Blaine Stadium and Fieldhouse in Ponca City OK in 1936-1937. The stadium is built with rusticated stone. It is still used by Ponca City High School football. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. According to the Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory Nomination for the Blaine Stadium, the stadium project created "wages for 32,000 man-hours of labor into the local economy, helping to revitalize the mainstreet hit hard by the decline of the oil industry and of the value of agricultural products."
  • Old U.S. 77 Underpass - Ponca City OK
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) re-engineered what had been a sharp and dangerous curve taking Old U.S. 77 under train tracks north of Ponca City, Oklahoma. Living New Deal believes this work to have occurred at the coordinates provided. The current route of U.S. 77 skirts this intersection.
  • Ponca City Library - Ponca City OK
    "The city erected the new building which is one and part two stories in height. It contains a reading room for adults, a junior reading room, children's room, reference room, delivery room, workroom, and a librarian's room, as well as the necessary stack space. It is a semifireproof structure with light-colored brick walls elaborately trimmed with terra cotta. The foundation walls and floors are reinforced concrete. The project was completed in December 1935 at a construction cost of $80,019 and a project cost of $100,644."
  • Post Office and Courthouse - Ponca City OK
    The historic U.S. Post Office and Courthouse building in Ponca City, Oklahoma was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building was completed in 1934 and is still in use today.