“Natrona County High School was originally known as Casper High School in its early days. The current building was constructed between 1924 and 1941 in Collegiate Gothic style. It was partially built under the authority of the Works Progress Administration;… read more
The Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) sponsored additions to multiple school buildings in Laramie, Wyoming, including to the Nellie Iles School. “A 1939 gymnasium addition funded by the Public Works Administration allowed the school to keep pace with physical education requirements… read more
“Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal programs helped the community… Additional aid came when the Works Progress Administration provided funds that … supplied the labor for a new brick schoolhouse.” Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) documents show that the school was… read more
The historic post office building in Kemmerer, Wyoming was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. Completed in 1936, it was constructed “from standardized plans developed from guidelines provided by the Office of the Supervising Architect in the Treasury Department.” (http://wyoshpo.state.wy.us)… read more
The historic main post office for Yellowstone National Park is located on North Entrance Road, just north of Barracks Street in the Mammoth Hot Springs community near the north entrance of the park. The building was constructed with federal Treasury… read more
The historic post office for Yellowstone National Park, located at the Mammoth Hot Springs community near the north entrance of the park, is home to an example of New Deal artwork: two stone sculptures entitled “Young Grizzly Bears,” created by… read more
The Western Construction News reported on REA work in Wyoming. “The REA has alloted $50,000 to the Washakie Rural Electric Company, Worland Wyoming, for construction of 50 miles of transmission lines in Washakie and Big Horn Counties, Wyoming.” “High Plains… read more
A school in Hawk Springs, Wyoming was constructed as a federal Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) project during the Great Depression. Construction was completed in 1939. School operations ceased in 1965, and the building has since been rehabilitated for community use…. read more
The Federal Emergency Relief Administration completed improvement work at the Sheridan Airport. The work included the building of runways. The airport is in service today.
TheWorks Progress Administration built a community building inSpotted Horse, Campbell County.
“However reluctant to see their state go on the federal dole, Cheyenne officials accepted, in June, 1933, Wyoming’s first New Deal relief allotment. By December some 8000 Wyomingites were at work on jobs financed by the Civil Works Administration. A… read more