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WPA

America Builds

1
American builds: the record of PWA/Public Works Administration, prepared in the Division of Information.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939.—298 p.: ill., maps; 25 cm.

2
Changing aspects of rural relief/by A.R. Mangus.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938.—238 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.—(Research monograph; #14).

3
Comparative study of rural relief and non-relief households/by Thomas C. McCormick.—Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research, 1935.—141 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.—(Research monograph; #2).

4
Depression pioneers/by David Cushman Coyle. —Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939.—19, i.e., [20] p.: ill.; 23.5 cm.—(Social problems; #1).
[Bibliography: p. [20].

5
An exhibition of selected skills of the unemployed as demonstrated on W.P.A. non-construction projects/by the Works Progress Administration, Division of Women’s and Professional Projects.—Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, 1938. 28 typescript leaves; 27 cm.
[Exhibition: “January 10-31, 1938, in the United States National Museum, Washington, D.C.”—T-p].

6
Facts about unemployment/by John N. Webb and Joseph C. Bevis.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1940.—34 p.: ill.; 23.5 cm.—(Social Problems; #4 (1939).
[“Federal Works Agency, Work Projects Administration”—At head of title].

Former relief cases in private employment

7
Former relief cases in private employment/by Joseph C. Bevis and Stanley L. Payne.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939.—23 p.; 26 cm.

8
A handbook for project workers/by Herbert Benjamin.—[New York: National Unemployment Council of U.S., 1936?]—36, i.e., [39] p.; 19 cm.
[“Some successful W.P.A. strikes and stoppages”—p. [38-39].

9
Intercity differences in costs of living in March 1935, 59 cities/by Margaret Loomis Stecker.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937.—216 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.—(Research monograph; #12).
[Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research”—At head of title].

10
Jobs: the WPA way/Works Progress Administration.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936.—[48] p.: chiefly ill.; 29 cm.

11
Migrant families/by John N. Webb and Malcolm Brown.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938.—192 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.—(Research monograph; #18).
[“Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research”—At head of title].

12
On relief: general relief program/Federal Emergency Relief Administration; prepared by the Graphic Unit of the Research Section—[Washington, DC: FERA, 1935].—1 v. (unpaged): ill.; 20.5 x 26.5 cm.

13
Our job with the WPA.—Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, 1936?—29 p.: ill.; 20.5 cm.
[“Workers’ handbook WPA . . .—p. 6].

14
P.W.A. and industry: a four-year study of regenerative employment.—Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1938.—28 p.: ill.; 23.5 cm.—(Bulletin; #658).

15
P.W.A.: the first 3 years.—Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936.—44 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

16
Terror against the people: the story of the WPA witch hunt.—New York: Joint Committee to Defend W.P.A. Workers, [n.d.]—13 p.: ill.; 19 cm.

17
Urban workers on relief: part I, The Occupational characteristics of workers on relief in urban areas, May 1934/by Gladys L. Palmer and Katherine D. Wood.—Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research, 1936.—203 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.—(Research monograph; #4).

18
What is the “American Way”? By Barry L. Hopkins.—Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, 1938.—[24] p.; 23.5 cm.
[“An address delivered at the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, July 16, 1938”—Verso of t-p].

19
W.P.A wages can and must be raised!—[S.l.]: Workers Alliance of America, [n.d.]—[4] p.: ill.; 22 cm.

20
[Board game]
WPA: Work, Progress, Action: a fascinating “game of today” for young and old.—Rochester, NY: E.E. Fairchild Corp., [n.d.]—1 box with playing equipment; 20 x 43 x 3.5 cm.—(E.E. Fairchild Corp; #594).

21
Work pays America.—[Washington, DC]: Works Progress Administration, [n.d.]—[4] p.: ill.; 28 cm.

FEDERAL WRITERS’ PROJECT

22
Catalogue of the American Guide Series and other Writers Project publications.—New York: Brentano’s, [n.d.]—31 p.; 20.5 cm.

23
A guide to the WPA Writers Program publications.—Chicago: Follett Book Company, [n.d.]—24 p.; 20.5 cm.

FEDERAL ART PROJECT

art

24
Art as a function of government: a survey.—New York: Supervisors Association of the WPA Federal Art Project, 1937.—32 p.; 23 cm.

FEDERAL MUSIC PROJECT

25
The Federal Music Project, Dr. Nikolai Sokoloff, Director: WPA.—[Washington, DC: Federal Music Project, 1935?]—30 p.: ill.; 31 cm.

FEDERAL THEATRE PROJECT

Federal Theatre

26
Federal Theatre plays.—New York: Random House, 1938.—57, 91, 90 p.: ill.; 21.5 cm.
[Contents: Triple-A Plowed Under/by the staff of the Living Newspaper.—Power: a living newspaper/by Arthur Arent.—Spirochete: a history/by Arnold Sundgaard. In dustjacket].

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[Periodical]
Federal Theatre.—New York: Federal Theatre Project, 1935-
[“New York City, v.l, #2 (December, 1935)” Issued [monthly?] for all workers on Federal Theatre projects by the Bureau of Research and Publication, Rosamond Gilder, Director; Pierre de Rohan, Editor; Illustrated by Helen Wortis].

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