WPA Week in National Defense


Issued in 1941, The WPA Week in National Defense presented brief news items concerning the Work Projects Administration’s activities throughout the United States. Formerly the Works Progress Administration, this agency provided jobs in construction, adult education, writing, and art. The WPA Week described products of this work leading up to the second World War. The circulars cover subjects such as the building of armories and air bases, mosquito control at military camps, renovation of water and natural gas supply systems, mural painting, and recreation.
This collection comprises documents received on deposit from the United States Government Printing Office’s Federal Depository Library Program. The collection complements the University of Kentucky’s Works Progress Administration Project.


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