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WPA Construction Projects within Kentuckys 120 Counties Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection, PA64M1, Special Collections, University of Kentucky
Leestown Pike construction by the WPA
Woodford Co. Sewer under construction by the WPA in Versailles, KY
Wolfe Co. Big Andy Road construction by the WPA
Campton High School construction by the WPA
Lodge at Cumberland Falls State Park constructed by the WPA
Jacks Fork Road bridge construction by the WPA
African American school under construction by the WPA in Sebree, KY
Webster Co. Webster County Courthouse under construction by the WPA.
Wayne Co. Road leading to Lock #21 constructed by the WPA
MUNICIPAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FROM QUARRIED NATIVE STONE COMPLETED MUNICIPAL BUILDING IN MONTICELLO, KY BY THE WPA
Mooresville Road under construction by the WPA
Cistern construction at Mackville School by the WPA
Rock asphalt street construction by the WPA, Bowling Green, KY
Warren Co. Installation of water mains in the City of Bowling Green, KY by the WPA
Quarry operation in connection with the countys Blanket Road Program
Recreational Building construction by the WPA in Morganfield, KY
Retaining wall near Milton School constructed by the WPA, 1940
WPA workers sloping workers by hand
Cadiz High School and Gymnasium constructed by the WPA
School constructed by the WPA in Linton, KY
GYMNASIUM CONSTRUCTION BY THE WPA IN TRENTON, KY COMPLETED TRENTON GYMNASIUM
Todd Co. WPA workers grading a road with a team of horses
Saloma Bridge under construction by the WPA
Saloma Road construction by the WPA
Possum Ridge Road under construction by the WPA
Spencer Co. WPA worker building sewer trench shoring supports
WPA construction of a new library and auditorium building for Franklin, KY
Stockpile of stone at County Quarry, operated by the WPA, 1940
Washington Street improvement done by the WPA, Shelbyville, KY
BRIDGE CONSTRUCTED ON RATTLETRAP ROAD BY THE WPA NARROW GAUGE BRIDGE ACROSS CLEAR CREEK CONSTRUCTED BY THE WPA
College Street road improvement by the WPA, Georgetown, KY
CONCRETE STAND-PIPE, PART OF THE STAMPING GROUND WATER SYSTEM PROJECT BY THE WPA
Concrete culvert constructed on Front Hill Road by the WPA
Russell Co. Jamestown- Greasy Creek Road construction project by the WPA
WPA workers constructing a reservoir dam
Gouley Mountain Road construction by the WPA
WPA workers shaping building stone
PORTABLE STONE CRUSHER OPERATED BY WPA WORKERS AND A SECTION OF THE COUNTY-WIDE ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
Bridge on Kentontown-Pickway Road constructed by the WPA
WPA workers repaired and painted the Robertson County Courthouse
Bridge on Oil Center Road constructed by the WPA
SOMERSET HOSPITAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION BY THE WPA
Concrete sidewalks constructed in Clay City, KY by the WPA
Rosslyn Road construction by the WPA
WPA construction for a road paralleling Big Sandy River.
Pike Co. Pike County Suspension Bridge across the Big Sandy River constructed by the WPA
Perry Co. Dice-Rowdy Road constructed by the WPA
Perry Co. WPA worker shaping reinforcement for concrete pipe
Morgan School construction by the WPA
Pendleton Co. Sewer under construction by WPA workers in Butler, KY
Farm-to-market bridge over Cow Creek constructed by the WPA
Levi Travelers Rest Road constructed by the WPA
Crushing stone at County Quarry by WPA workers
New Columbus School under construction by the WPA
Jericho Road, a farm-to-market road constructed by the WPA
Oldham Co. Sligo Road under construction by the WPA
New County Courthouse construction completed by the WPA
City Hall and fire station annex constructed by the WPA in Hartford, KY
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