The Works Progress Administration (WPA) worked to develop a fish hatchery near Newcastle, Wyoming. Casper Star-Tribune, 1939: “[Hatchery p]rojects at Sheridan, Lander, Newcastle and Buffalo had the aid of the WPA and sportsmen’s clubs.” The location and status of this… read more
The former high school in Buffalo, Wyoming received an addition as part of a federal Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) project during the Great Depression. Construction was completed in 1936. The location and present status of the building is unknown to… read more
The Works Progress Administration built a city park in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming. Today the park is stil in operation under the name Washington Memorial Park.
The Works Progress Administration built a municipal pool in Buffalo, Johnson County. Today the pool is still in service under the name Washington Memorial Park Swimming Pool. Living New Deal believes the pool was constructed in conjunction with WPA work undertaken… read more