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|Spare our trees
||Human interest photography exhibit, Ottumwa Art Center / designed & processed by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A.
||Ohio WPA paintings through March
|Exhibition of ceramics and prints
||WPA Federal Art Project in Ohio presents exhibition [of] index of American design
||WPA federal art regional exhibit, Montclair Museum Easel painting, graphic arts, poster display, index of design.
|WPA water colors, prints exhibition, Federal Art Gallery / HG [monogram].
||Exhibition [of] watercolors
||Trends in modern art / S.
|14th Illinois cattle feeders meeting Nov. 8, 1940, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.
||Winter sports festival, Jr. Chamber of Commerce, Recreation Department, sponsors
||Poster exhibition, 4300 Euclid, second floor
|Australia and the war / Pollock.
||Water carnival Music, dancing, singing.
||See America / Frank S. Nicholson.
|The United States' first foreign trade zone Staten Island, City of New York, opened February 1, 1937 / / J. Rivolta.
||Careers ahead / Beard.
||Index of American design
|Understanding the arts / Shari.
||Mobilizing Michigan for farm and factory U.S. Employment Service survey conducted house to house by veteran's organizations.
||Exhibit Paint testing and research laboratory : Fogg Art Museum.
|The vacation reading club - join now at your public library
||Plains farms need trees Trees prevent wind erosion, save moisture ... protect crops, contribute to human comfort and happiness / / J. Dusek.
||History of civic services in the city of New York Water supply No. 4 : An average of 930,000,000 gallons is consumed daily.
|WPA exhibit Prints and drawings.
||Index of American design at Fogg Museum of art, Harvard University
||Strictly business / Buczak.
|Exhibition of paintings - Federal Art Project Works Progress Administration, Illinois
||The job of being a parent / Kreger.
||What about India? / Merlin.
WPA Posters ( Works Progress Administration ) were made during the WWII Era between 1936 and 1943 as part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal. We are offering reproductions of approximately 800 of these posters which were orginally silkscreen, lithograph, and woodcuts. They were designed to publicize health and safety programs; cultural programs including art exhibitions, theatrical, and musical performances; travel and tourism; educational programs; and community activities in seventeen states and the District of Columbia. The posters were made possible by one of the first U.S. Government programs to support the arts .
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