The Works Progress Administration carried out improvements on Market Street (“White Oak Hill” area) in Christiansted, between 1938-1938.
“Marley Homes at Frederiksted, St. Croix Island. An undeveloped plot of 17 acres dedicated by the municipality is the site of this development. A series of 1-story row houses provide 70 rooms arranged in 38 family-dwelling units. The structures cover… read more
“Protestant Cay residence, St. Croix. The reconstruction of this attractively located and interesting structure was completed except for certain minor details and except for the reconstruction of adjacent outbuildings. This residence will be made available as quarters for an officer… read more
The Works Progress Administration completed hardsurfacing work on Queen Cross Street in Christiansted.
The Works Progress Administration completed hardsurfacing work on Queen Street in Christiansted.
The Works Progress Administration installed a new sewer line on Queen Street in Frederiksted.
The Federal Emergency Relief Administration carried out repair work at the Richmond Penitentiary in the vicinity of Christiansted. The repair work included roof repairs after fire-related damage. Today, the facilities are vacant and in an advanced state of disrepair.
The PWA carried out repairs and preservation work for the Steeple Building in 1933. Located on the Christiansted National Historic Site, the structure was built by the government of the Danish West Indies and Guinea Company to serve as a Lutheran Church… read more
The Public Works Administration (PWA) executed the “construction of a house for teachers at Diamond School.” The cost was $2,497.87.