• Big Spring State Park - Big Spring TX
    "Dramatic views off of the 200-foot bluff and from the CCC-built loop road are among the featured attractions of this 382-acre park. Early morning or sunset, joggers, walkers and cyclists circle the loop, enjoying these views as they exercise. An elaborate Fourth of July fireworks display is one of the largest in the region. Other activities include picnicking, nature study and sightseeing." CCC construction: Entrance Portals, Park Road 8, Culverts, Bridges, Concession Building (currently park offices), Keeper’s Dwelling, Stone Pavilion, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, Stone Steps, and Retaining Walls. An amphitheater was designed, started, but not completed. A Stone Pump House and...
  • Comanche Trail Park Amphitheatre - Big Spring TX
    The Works Progress Administration built a 6800 seat rock masonry amphitheatre in City Park (now Comanche Trail Park) in Big Spring, Texas between 1939 and 1940 under official project number 665-66-2-578.
  • Comanche Trail Park Pool (demolished) - Big Spring TX
    The PWA built this pool outside Big Spring near the town's eponymous spring. Between 2008 and 2011 the pool was demolished and redeveloped as a more modern water park. Based on satellite imagery from Google Earth, no visible traces remain, but it is possible there is a marker.
  • Moss Creek Lake Dam - Big Spring TX
    Water Supply for Big Spring TX built by the Works Progress Administration.
  • Post Office (former) - Big Spring TX
    The historic former post office in Big Spring, Texas was constructed in 1936 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork, presently serves as the 118th District Courthouse.
  • Post Office (former) Mural - Big Spring TX
    The historic former post office in Big Spring, Texas (now the 118th District Courthouse) houses an example of New Deal artwork: "Old Pioneers," a fresco by Peter Hurd completed in 1938. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Waterworks Improvements - Big Spring TX
    The PWA approved a $225,000 grant enabling Big Spring, Texas to improve its public waterworks.