Records of the Work Projects Administration [WPA]

LEGAL TITLE TO ART WORK PRODUCED UNDER THE WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION. The general services administration (gsa) became the custodian of works of art produced under the works projects administration (wpa) and other programs in 1949. The Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 created the GSA and all functions of the Federal Works Agency.

Wisconsin Arts Projects of the WPA, 1935-1943. This digital collection focuses on Wisconsin arts projects of the works project administration (wpa). featured are materials from the holdings of the Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections departments, including artwork, manuscripts and published materials, and audio recordings of interviews.

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In all, Crispin estimated the project could cost as much as $2.5 million. The auditorium was built for $80,000 by the Works Progress Administration, part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal.

The Work Projects Administration (WPA), known as Work Progress Administration until 1939, was a successful federal employment program, from 1935- 1943, that put over 8 million unemployed men & women to work on local projects like building and/or repairing roads,

Dear Barbara, Thank you for visiting NCpedia and for taking time to share your family’s history and question. If your father worked for the Works Progress Administration, I believe that you may want to contact the National Archives in Washington, DC where the WPA records are held.

Stories from the Great Depression  · Minnesota artists worked on several publicly funded art programs, including the Public Works of Art Project (1933-1934) and the WPA Federal Art Project (1935-1943). Under these programs, artists were paid to produce paintings, prints, murals, and sculptures for display in public buildings.

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Title: Work Projects Administration. Index to Reference Cards for WPA Project Files. Dates: 1935-1939 Record Series: 32376 quantity: 4 rolls 16mm microfilm (#07742-07745) Abstract: The National Archives has custody of the project files of the former Work Projects Administration (WPA), 1935-1942. Before the WPA disbanded, it microfilmed its project files on 16 mm microfilm.

The Works Progress Administration records consist of manuscripts, inventories, indexes, research, scrapbooks, and photographs that document the work of two Works Progress Administration projects from the 1930s and early 1940s: the Texas Historical Records Survey and Texas Writers’ Project.

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