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NEW YORK

New York171
NEW YORK: A GUIDE TO THE EMPIRE STATE/ Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of New York.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1940—xxxi, 782 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 719-728.—Bibliography: p. 729-739. —Index: p. 741-782.—First published in November 1940.—Verso of t-p.—Sponsored by The New York State Historical Society.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Tour Key Map of New York State.—Folded colored map in back pocket: front: New York; back: Greater New York; Long Island.—Text maps of: Geologic Map, New York State Indians, Transportation, Albany, Buffalo, Ithaca—Cornell University, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Syracuse, Troy, Utica, West Point (U.S. Military Academy), Long Island Tour Map.
Photos: 105 b&w photographs.
Endpapers: Front: map, Tour Key Map of New York State.
Chapter head- and tail-pieces: “The drawings illustrating the chapter on Architecture are by Mr. T.C. Bannister. For the head and tail pieces the Writers’ Project is indebted to the skill of Mr. Harry Tedlie of the New York State Art Project.”—p. [vii].
Binding: Blue-gray cloth with black lettering. Image on front cover stamped in black.—7 x 6 cm.
Dustjacket: Front: b&w photograph from between pages 62 and 63 entitled, “American Falls, Niagara” by E.M. Newman from Wide World Photos, Inc. Back: Oxford University Press advertisement for the American Guide Series].
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New York City Guide: a comprehensive guide to the five Boroughs of the Metropolis: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Richmond/Prepared by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration in New York City; ...sponsored by the Guilds’ Committee for Federal Writers’ Publications.—New York: Random House, 1939.—708 p.: ill., maps (some folded); 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[New York World’s Fair 1939: p. 627-648; Books about New York: p. 651-659; Index: p. 663-704; Index to New York World’s Fair 1939: p. 705-708. “We are especially indebted to the Weyhe Gallery and the individual artists for permission to reproduce many prints, and to the Federal Art Project for photographs, prints, and art work”—p. [v]. In dustjacket].
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New York learns: a guide to the educational facilities of the metropolis/Prepared by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Work Projects Administration in New York City.—New York: M. Barrows, 1939.—302 p.; 19.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Index: p. 285-302. In dustjacket].
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WPA in the Empire State/Compiled and issued under the direction of Lester W. Herzog, New York State Administration, Works Progress Administration.—[S.l.]: Works Progress Administration, [n.d.]—30, i.e., [34] p.: chiefly ill.; 25.5 cm.
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Almanac for New Yorkers 1938: accommodated to the five boroughs but may without sensible error serve for the entire metropolitan district and even more distant points/Compiled by the Workers of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration in the City of New York; with illustrations by the WPA Federal Art Project in the City of New York; sponsored by the Guilds’ Committee for Federal Writers’ Publications.—New York: Modern Age Books, 1937.—118 p.: ill.; 19.5 cm.
[“For the Federal Writers’ Project, New York City: Frank Shay, Almanacker; C.D. Harvey, Scrivener; Manly Wade Wellman, Jongleur. For the Federal Art Project, New York City: cover, Aida McKenzie; Frontispiece; Esteban Soriano; Illustrations: Esteban Soriano; Decorations: Ad. F. Reinhardt; Map, Herman Bernard Temple”—p. 118. Paperbound in dustjacket. Illustrated endpapers].
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Changing New York: photographs/by Bernice Abbott; text by Elizabeth McCausland.—1st ed.—New York: E.P. Dutton, 1939.—206, i.e., [208] p.: photos; 29 cm.
[“A publication of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration in the City of New York, under the sponsorship of the Guilds’ Committee for Federal Writers’ Publications, Inc.”—t-p. New York City Federal Art Project [list of] contributors—p. [208]. In dustjacket].
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Johnstown in New York State’s Mohawk Valley: a friendly American community surrounded by scenic beauty rich in historic tradition/Compiled and Written by Workers of the Writers’ Program, Work Projects Administration in the State of New York; sponsored by Johnstown Planning Board.—Johnstown: City of Johnstown, 1941.—89, i.e., [96] p.: chiefly ill. (some col.), maps; 12 x 15.5 cm.
[“Photographs and captions are by Paul A. Broady, maps are the work of Fred H. Champion, members of the staff of the New York State Writers’ Project”—p. 5. Spiral bound].
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Technical problems of the artist: technique of the silk screen process/by Anthony Velonis, New York City WPA Art Project, Work Projects Administration Arts Program; sponsored by City of New York.—New York: WPA Art Project, [n.d.]—35 p.: ill., maps; 22.5 cm.
[“Since its inception the New York City WPA Art Project has completed more than 70,000 murals, easel paintings, sculptures and graphic prints.”—Foreword. Cover by Anthony Velonis].
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The dinosaurs: stories/by Wilma Pollock; U.S. Works Progress Administration, New Reading Materials Program, Board of Education, City of New York.—New York: U.S. Works Progress Administration, 1938.—38 p.: col. ill.; 21.5 cm.
[Contents: The roofed lizard: story/by Wilma Pollock; illustrations by F. Nutter; The thunder reptile: story/by Wilma Pollock; illustrations by J. Kantor].
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Who’s who in the zoo: natural history of mammals/Prepared by Workers of the WPA Federal Writers’ Project in the City of New York; sponsored by the Guilds’ Committee for Federal Writers’ Publications.—Chicago: Alert Whitman & Co., 1938.—211 p. : ill. maps; 27.5 cm.—(Junior Press Books).
[Index: p. 207-211. Drawings by Ad. F. Reinhardt of the Federal Art Project? Photographs by Elwin R. Sanborn, Edward R. Osterndorff, Alajos Schuszler, et al. Illustrated endpapers. In dustjacket].
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Birds of the world: an illustrated natural history/Prepared by Workers of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration in the City of New York; with art work by the WPA Federal Art Project in the city of New York; sponsored by the Guilds’ Committee for Federal Writers’ Publications.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1938.—205, i.e., [210] p.: ill., maps; 27.5 cm.—(Junior Press Books).
[Index: p. 197-205. “For the Federal Art Project, New York City: Ad. F. Reinhardt”—p. [209]. Illustrated endpapers. In dustjacket].
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Women’s and Professional Projects W.P.A./ Compiled and issued under the direction of Lester W. Herzog, New York State Administrator, Works Progress Administration.—[New York: Works Progress Administration, n.d.]—12 p.: ill.; 25.5 cm.
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Farm to market roads: WPA aids the farmer: a brief summary of the activities of the Works Progress Administration in rural areas/Compiled and issued under direction of Lester W. Herzog, New York Administrator, Works Progress Administration.—[New York: Works Progress Administration, n.d.]—1 folded sheet: ill.; 44 x 33 cm., folded to, 23 x 11 cm.
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[Flyer]
Pinocchio: a gay extravaganza with music/ Written and staged by Yasha Frank, Ritz Theatre, 48th Street, West of Broadway.—[New York]: National Service Bureau, [1939?]—1 colored sheet; 28 x 22 cm.
[The Federal Theatre].
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[Playbill]
Haiti/by William du Bois, staged by Maurice Clark; Federal Theatre, Works Progress Administration. —New York: Lafayette Theatre, [1938?]—[4] p.; 23 x 15.5 cm.
[“A drama of the Black Napoleon, Lafayette Theatre, 131st Street and 7th Avenue”—p. [4].
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[Photograph]
Haiti—Works Progress Administration, Federal Theatre Project.—Roxbury, MA: Federal Theatre Publicity Dept., [1938?]—1 b&w photo; 21 x 25.5 cm.
[“Audience leaving theatre after closing performance”].
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Macbeth/by William Shakespeare; arranged and staged by Orson Wells...; the Federal Theatre, the Negro Unit.—New York: Federal Theatre, [n.d.]—[4] p.; 23 x 15.5 cm.
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[Badge]
W.P.A. 3039, N.Y.S. Dist. 3.—Newark, NJ: Whitehead & Hoag Co., [n.d.]—printed metal—4.5 x 7 x .5 cm.
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[Periodical]
[Public Health Bulletin]/[New York City] Bureau of Social Hygiene, Department of Health, Cooperating with N.Y. State Department of Health and U.S. Public Health Service; translation by members of the Federal Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration, New York City.—[2] p.; 21 cm.
[Bulletin topics include: How to get married in NYC; Pre-natal exams in NYC; Sexually transmitted diseases; Food handling; etc. Printed on colored paper coded by language: Spanish (blue); Italian (green); German (gold); Yiddish (tan)].

NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina190
NORTH CAROLINA: A GUIDE TO THE OLD NORTH STATE/Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Federal Works Agency, Work Projects Administration for the State of North Carolina.—Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1939.—xxxiv, 601 p.: ill., maps., b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 567-572.—Suggested Readings: p. 573-577.—Index: p. 581-601.—First published in 1939.—Verso of t-p.—Sponsored by North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to North Carolina Tours.—Folded colored map in back pocket: front: Map of North Carolina. Back: Transportation Map of North Carolina.—Text maps of: Asheville, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Durham, Duke University Campus, Edenton, Elizabeth City, Fayetteville, Greensboro, High Point, New Bern, Raleigh, Wilmington, Winston-Salem.
Photos: 124 b&w photographs by Highton, Wootten, the Asheville Chamber of Commerce, the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, et al.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to North Carolina Tours.—20.5 x 27 cm.
Binding: Dark red cloth with gold lettering.
Dustjacket: Printed in light green, brown, and black. Front illustrated with three photographs: Grandfather Mountain from Linville, between p. 12-13; State Capitol, Raleigh, between p. 124-125; Jockey’s Ridge, Nags Head, between p. 12-13. Back: “These are our lives”, another Federal Writers’ Publication].

NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota191
NORTH DAKOTA: A GUIDE TO THE NORTHERN PRAIRIE STATE/Written by Workers of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of North Dakota.—Fargo: Knight Printing Company, 1938.—xx, 371 p.: ill.; maps, b&w photos ; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. [339]-344.—Bibliography: p. [345]-360.—Index: p. [361]-371.—Published July 1938.—Verso of t-p.—Sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: Key to North Dakota Tours.—Folded color map attached to back boards: North Dakota.—Text maps of: Bismark, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Minot.
Photos: 39 b&w photographs.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to North Dakota Tours.—26 x 20 cm.
Binding: Green cloth with gold lettering.
Dustjacket: Printed in yellow and black. Front photograph, Magpie Rock, Kildeer Mountains by Russell Reid, from between pages 340-341. Back photograph, A Red River Valley Wheatfield, from between pages 172-173].

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