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San Francisco: Works Progress Administration, Northern California, 1939. ix, 208p., stiff wraps, original black tape spine with label, front and wrap damp stained on upper edges, minor handling wear, first edition, mimeographed, 8.5x11 inches. History of Music in San Francisco series, vol. 2. March, 1939.
New York: Stackpole Sons, 1937. Hardcover. 353p., first edition, very good condition in a slightly shelfworn dj with minor discoloration on rear panel from the removal of an old price sticker. "The former director of the WPA Federal Writers' Project in New York City tells of his experiences in the.....
n.p. WPA, 1936. Paperback. 139p. + statistical appendix, illustrations, tables, figures, photos, very good report in trade paperback format, plain printed gray wraps with very minor wear. Not noted in Dyke or Powell. Extensive report on the WPA programs, successes, failures etc. in Pennsylvania.
Monterey: The Monterey Museum of Art, 1998. Hardcover. 297p., 10x11.5 inches, illustrated endpapers, preface, introduction, essays and biography, endnotes, CVC, chronology, bibliography, 123 b&w reproductions and 97 color plates very good first edition exhibition catalog in black boards and unclipped dj. Massive exhibition of the Chicago W.P.A. artist/print maker who.....
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1978. 378p., first edition, inscribed "For my friend and comrade Ralph Fasanella - with admiration and affection - Jerre Mangione," dated in 1986, light stain on fore edge, worn and soiled price clipped dj. Mangione was active in the WPA Federal Writers Project.
Boston: Issued by Commissioner of Education James G. Reardon in cooperation with the Bostron School Department, 1937. Hardcover. xi, 54p., foreword, preface, bibliography, biographical sketch, ex-library with deaccsession marks and pocket removal otherwise very good in brown cloth and gilt. Dykes not available, Powell 618.
Nashville: The Tennessee Historical Society, 1975. pp226-330, footnotes, illustrated with photos, very good in original pictorial wraps. WPA article and Convict article signed by Pete Daniels and inscribed to folklorist/activist Archie Green. Tells of the use of convicts in the coal mines.
Fort Lauderdale: Bienes Center for the Literary Arts, Nroward County Library, 2006. Paperback. 34p/..25x11.5 inches, introduction, the history, illustrated with color maps, tables, facsimiles, photos, illustrated bibliography of the library's WPA Florida holdings, fine limited first edition #113/300 copies lithographed in red pictorial wraps. Florida History and People Series #1.....
New York: Bibliographies & Indices of Special Subjects, 1937. Paperback. Various pagination, slightly soiled wraps, mimeographed on one side only, 8.5 x 11 inches. Official project no. 165-97-6999. Works project no. 6073-1040. "Prepared under the auspices of the U.S. Works Progress Administration for New York City. Sponsoring agency--New York State.....
New York: Bibliographies & Indices of Special Subjects, 1937. Various pagination, slightly soiled wraps, last page detatched but present, mimeographed on one side only, 8.5x11 inches. Official project no. 165-97-6999. Works project no. 6073-1040. "Prepared under the auspices of the U.S. Works Progress Administration for New York City. Sponsoring agency--New.....