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The Work Projects Administration (WPA) Poster Collection. A sample of the 2,000 posters produced from 1936 to 1943 by various branches of the WPA that were designed to publicize job opportunities, community activities, theatrical productions, and health and educational programs.
Posters in this collection were made by artists working for the Works Projects Administration, a “New Deal” program of the U.S. Government.
Credit: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs
Division, WPA Poster Collection. www.loc.gov
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Letter from our leaders
How a new factory became a part of one
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Innovative building products
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