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Works Progress Administration

From Bloomingpedia

The Works Progress Administration was a federal program designed to battle the Great Depression. The program provided government employment for workers on public works projects in Bloomington.

In the county, the program had an office on the 400 block of Walnut Street, but moved to 341 South Madison Street in 1936.

Projects of the program in Bloomington include:

Wikipedia: Works Progress Administration