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651 pages : 21 cm
Topics: Wisconsin, Wisconsin -- Guidebooks, Wisconsin
Books to Borrow 21 21 Borrow The WPA guide to Washington, D.C. : the Federal Writers' Project guide to 1930s Washington Jun 18, 2014 06/14 by Federal Writers' Project texts
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Reprint. Originally published: New York : Hastings House, 1942
Topic: Washington (D.C.) -- Guidebooks.
Books to Borrow 33 33 Borrow The WPA guide to New York City : the Federal Writers' Project guide to 1930s New York Jan 3, 2019 01/19 by None texts
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xxxii, 680 pages, [88] pages of plates : 22 cm
Topics: New York (N.Y.) -- Guidebooks, New York (State) -- New York
Internet Archive Books 259 259 The WPA guide to Illinois : the Federal Writers' Project guide to 1930s Illinois Jun 11, 2012 06/12 by United States. Works Progress Administration; Federal Writers' Project texts
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Reprint. Originally published: Illinois, a descriptive and historical guide. Chicago : A.C. McClurg, 1939. (American guide series)
Topic: Illinois -- Guidebooks.
Books to Borrow 71 71 Borrow The dream and the deal; the Federal Writers' Project, 1935-1943 Sep 30, 2010 09/10 by Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998 texts
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"Selected publications of the WPA Federal Writers' Project and the Writers' Program": p. 375-396
Topics: Federal Writers' Project, Writers' Program (U.S.)
The Library of Congress 75 75 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 Jun 19, 2019 06/19 by Federal Writers' Project. New York (City) texts
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xiv p., 1 l., 17-205 p. 1 l. incl. front., illus. 28 cm
Topics: Birds, Natural history in art
Books to Borrow 13 13 Borrow Women's tales from the New Mexico WPA : la diabla a pie Jul 13, 2015 07/15 by Rebolledo, Tey Diana, 1937-; Márquez, María Teresa; United States. Work Projects Administration (N.M.) texts
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"President Franklin Roosevelt instituted a Federal Writers Project as part of the Works Progress Administration WPA)"--P. [4] of cover
Topics: Mexican American women, Mexican American women, Mexican Americans, New Mexico, Folklore, Tales
Books to Borrow 47 47 Borrow South Carolina : the WPA guide to the Palmetto State May 9, 2012 05/12 by Federal Writers' Project (S.C.) texts
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Reprint. Originally published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1941
Topics: South Carolina., South Carolina -- Guidebooks.
Books to Borrow 24 24 Borrow Remembering America : a sampler of the WPA American guide series Feb 5, 2014 02/14 by Hobson, Archie, 1946- texts
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Bibliography: p. [381]-383
Topic: Federal Writers' Project
Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) Archive 38 38 ERIC ED442100: "We Must Have Writers": An Introduction to the Narrative Rhetorical Theory of Meridel LeSueur. Jan 4, 2016 01/16 by ERIC texts
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This paper examines the life and works of Meridel LeSueur, a colleague of Kenneth Burke, and herself a radical writer during the 1920s and 1930s. The paper states that LeSueur's primary aim was to establish an indigenous working-class culture to support working-class action. It notes that her arguments about writing build upon the rhetorical foundation of her mother, Marian Wharton LeSueur, and first appeared in the "New Masses," a magazine written by and for radical members of the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Authors, Cultural Context, Higher Education, Intellectual History, Rhetorical Theory,...
UF Family Search 16 16 Regulators and outlaws of Florida Apr 17, 2019 04/19 by Jay, Hamilton texts
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30 28 cm
Topics: McMurtrie, William, Fielding, Nick, Reddick, Jim, McMurtrie, William, Outlaws -- Florida, Outlaws,...
Living New Deal Project 393 393 We Work Again 1937 Feb 5, 2015 02/15 by Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration movies
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Documentary: On the employment of Negroes in Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects. Reel 1: Contrasts scenes of Negroes waiting in breadlines with those employed in Federal work programs such as public building construction, nursery schools and land record indexing. Shows household and health care training programs and general adult education classes. Reel 2: Shows programs available for Negro artists, musicians, writers and actors. William Lawrence directs an art song group, Juanita...
Topics: Adult education, African Americans, Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration. (07/01/1939...
Community Audio 72 72 Jerrold Hirsch: Portrait of America Sep 8, 2009 09/09 by Kansas City Public Library audio
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Historian Jerrold Hirsch leads a presentation called Portrait of America: A Cultural History of the Federal Writers' Project, examining the lasting value derived from this government program on September 2, 2009, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO.
Topics: history, fwp, federal writers' project, new deal, depression, wpa, jerrold hirsch, kansas city...
Books to Borrow 17 17 Borrow Death Valley : a guide Aug 28, 2013 08/13 by Rae, Cheri, 1953-; Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration of Northern California texts
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Cover title: Death Valley : the 1938 WPA guide updated for today's traveler
Topics: United States - Pacific - California, United States - General, Travel - United States, Guidebooks,...
UF Family Search 11 11 The Gulf stream and its problems Apr 17, 2019 04/19 by Marmer, H. A. (Harry Aaron), 1885- author texts
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34, 2 leaves (pages 285-308) ; 28 cm
Topics: Gulf Stream, Florida -- History
Prelinger Library 4,591 4.6K Almanac for thirty-niners Nov 10, 2006 11/06 by Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration of Northern California; WPA Federal Art Project in the City of San Francisco (Calif.); Bret Harte Associates; Delkin, James Ladd texts
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 124)
Topics: Almanacs, American, San Francisco (Calif.)
Prelinger Library 14,658 15K California : a guide to the Golden state Apr 4, 2007 04/07 by Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration of Northern California texts
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 694-698) and index
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Topics: Automobile travel -- California Guidebooks, Automobile travel -- Guidebooks, California --...
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums 1,959 2.0K HOPE - HOPE Number Six (2006) Audio [low] Jun 30, 2012 06/12 by HOPE audio
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2600 Meetings: A Valuable Resource or a Waste of Time? Rop Gonggrijp Emmanuel Goldstein LexIcon Others Since they began in 1987, 2600 meetings have sprung up all around the world. They inspired the movie "Hackers," helped to launch a number of federal and state investigations, provided journalists with fodder for all sorts of wild and crazy stories, and brought all sorts of hackers together who might otherwise never have met. But is this a good thing or a bad thing? Do the meetings...
Topics: hope, hackers on planet earth, 2600, hacker, conference, anarchivism
Community Audio 1,790 1.8K HOPE - HOPE Number Six (2006) Audio [high] Jul 1, 2012 07/12 by HOPE audio
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2600 Meetings: A Valuable Resource or a Waste of Time? Rop Gonggrijp Emmanuel Goldstein LexIcon Others Since they began in 1987, 2600 meetings have sprung up all around the world. They inspired the movie "Hackers," helped to launch a number of federal and state investigations, provided journalists with fodder for all sorts of wild and crazy stories, and brought all sorts of hackers together who might otherwise never have met. But is this a good thing or a bad thing? Do the meetings...
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Prelinger Library 10,567 11K Montana, a state guide book Apr 25, 2007 04/07 by Federal Writers' Project (Mon.) texts
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Bibiliography: p. 425-429
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Topics: Automobile travel, Montana, Montana -- Guidebooks
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