Elmer Thomas
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946. People gathering for an Easter pageant in a stone building constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma.

947-952. Costumed performers acting out a scene in an Easter pageant, near Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma.

953-954. Canyon Road Bridge, built by the Works Progress Administration. Comanche County, Oklahoma.

955. Buford Lake, built by the Works Progress Administration, showing dam in foreground. Comanche County, Oklahoma.

956. Jed Johnson Lake, a Works Progress Administration project, showing the dam. Comanche County, Oklahoma.

957. West Cache Creek, view of a low water dam. The dam was part of a Works Progress Administration project in Comanche County, Oklahoma.

958. Lake Lawtonka Dam under construction. A crane is lifting material for construction. The dam was a Works Progress Administration project. Comanche County, Oklahoma.

959. Lawton Community Building, a stone single story structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma.

960. Stadium constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Temple, Cotton County, Oklahoma.

961. Earthen dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Temple, Cotton County, Oklahoma.

962-963. Vinita City Hall, a two-story building built by the Works Progress Administration. An automobile is parked in front. Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma.

964. A brick two-story gym under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma.

965. Blue Jacket School, a single story stone building under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Blue Jacket, Craig County, Oklahoma.

966. Rock crusher being used by the Works Progress Administration workers. Craig County, Oklahoma.

967. Big Cabin School, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Big Cabin, Craig County, Oklahoma.

968-969. Vinita Sewage Disposal Plant under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma. May 5, 1937.

970. Vinita Dam, a low water concrete dam, built by the Works Progress Administration. Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma.

971. Ketchum School, a two-story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Ketchum, Craig County, Oklahoma.

972-973. Washington Junior High, a two-story brick and stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma.

974. Sapulpa Stadium, built of steel by the Works Progress Administration. Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma.

975. Drumright Library, a stone single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Drumright, Creek County, Oklahoma.

976. Sapulpa Swimming Pool under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma.

977. Lake Pretty Water, built by the Works Progress Administration. Creek County, Oklahoma.

978. Bristow Gymnasium, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Bristow, Creek County, Oklahoma.

979. Bristow City Hall, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Bristow, Creek County, Oklahoma.

980. Bluebell School, a single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Creek County, Oklahoma.

981. Union Grade School Number Five. A single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Creek County, Oklahoma.

982. Farm to market dirt road built by the Works Progress Administration. Creek County, Oklahoma.

983. Arapaho School, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Arapaho, Custer County, Oklahoma.

984-985. A quarry, showing Works Progress Administration workers. Custer County, Oklahoma.

986. Clinton Armory, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Clinton, Custer County, Oklahoma.

987. Weatherford Armory, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Weatherford, Custer County, Oklahoma.

988. A 1920s model truck on a concrete and stone bridge, built by the Works Progress Administration. Custer County, Oklahoma.

989-991. Concrete and stone bridge, built by the Works Progress Administration. Custer County, Oklahoma.

992. Swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Weatherford, Custer County, Oklahoma.

993. Amphitheater built by the Works Progress Administration. Clinton, Custer County, Oklahoma.

994. Delaware County Courthouse, a stone building constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma.

995. Steeley School, a single story school building built by the Works Progress Administration. School children are lined up in front of the school. Steeley, Delaware County, Oklahoma.

996. Low water dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Delaware County, Oklahoma.

997. Putnam School, a single story brick building, built by the Works Progress Administration. Putnam, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

998. Leedy School, a single story brick structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Leedy, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

999. Guy School, a single story brick building, built by the Works Progress Administration. Guy, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

1000. Children and adults in front of Guy School, a single story brick building constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Guy, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

1001. Dirt country road, constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Ellis County, Oklahoma.

1002. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Ellis County, Oklahoma.

1003. A wooden gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Bishop, Ellis County, Oklahoma.

1004. A two-story brick fire station, built by the Works Progress Administration. Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1005. Enid Armory under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1006-1007. Carrier School under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Carrier, Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1008. Irrigation project being operated by the Works Progress Administration. Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1009. Enid Armory, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1010. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Garfield County, Oklahoma.

1011. Students standing in front of Stratford School, a single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Stratford, Garvin County, Oklahoma.

1012. Hennepin School, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Hennepin, Garvin County, Oklahoma.

1013-1014. Shannon Springs Park, built by the Works Progress Administration. Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1015. Shannon Springs Park Tennis Court, built by the Works Progress Administration. Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1016-1017. Stone Bridge at Shannon springs Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1018. Alex School, a two-story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Alex, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1019. Lincoln School, a two-story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1020. Minco Armory, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Minco, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1021. Cox City Consolidated School, a brick single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Cox City, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1022. Cox City Gymnasium, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Cox City, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1023. Ninnekah School, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Ninnekah, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1024. Chickasha Armory, a two-story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

1025. Wooden bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Lamont, Grant County, Oklahoma.

1026. A wooden grandstand built by the Works Progress Administration. Pond Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma.

1027-1028. Swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Medford, Grant County, Oklahoma.

1029-1030. Mangum Community building, a two-story stone structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1031. A stone gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Brinkman, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1032. A stone gymnasium under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Ocina, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1033. A single story manual arts building built by the Works Progress Administration. Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1034. A single story stone armory, built by the Works Progress Administration. Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1035. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Reed, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1036. Brick, single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Russell, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1037. A brick single story gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Willow, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1038. Granite quarry showing cut granite. A Works Progress Administration. project in Greer County, Oklahoma.

1039-1040. Concrete and stone culvert built by the Works Progress Administration. An automobile (1930s) is parked on the street above the culvert. Greer County, Oklahoma.

1041. Mangum Water Cooler built by the Works Progress Administration. Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma.

1042. Gould Consolidated School, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Gould, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1043. A multi-unit stone teacherage built by the Works Progress Administration. Arnett, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1044. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Arnett, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1045. A stone bus garage built by the Works Progress Administration. Arnett, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1046. Students standing in front of a wooden school built by the Works Progress Administration. Metcalf, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1047. La Cassa School, a two-story brick and concrete building built by the Works Progress Administration. Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1048. A stone gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Westview, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1049. A two-story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Gould, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1050. Stadium and athletic field built by the Works Progress Administration. Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1051. Hollis Community Building, a two-story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

1052. A two-story brick auditorium built by the Works Progress Administration. Buffalo, Harper County, Oklahoma.

1053. Swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration in Harper County, Oklahoma.

1054. Blacktop road built by the Works Progress Administration in Harper County, Oklahoma.

1055. A single story wooden school built by the Works Progress Administration. Whitefield, Haskell County, Oklahoma.

1056. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Kinta, Haskell County, Oklahoma.

1057. A stone gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Stigler, Haskell County, Oklahoma.

1058. Via Appia, a farm to market road. Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1059. Concrete bridge, built by the Works Progress Administration on Highway 9 Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1060. Concrete and stone swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Holdenville, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1061. Concrete stadium built by the Works Progress Administration. Holdenville, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1062. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration on Highway 9 in Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1063. Crane and 1920s vintage truck used by the Works Progress Administration in construction on Highway 9, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1064. A brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Wetumka, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1065. Dirt farm to market road built by the Works Progress Administration. Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1066. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Atwood, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1067. Soldiers lined up in front of the Holdenville Armory, a brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Holdenville, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1068. A single story brick army built by the Works Progress Administration. Wetumka, Hughes County, Oklahoma.

1069-1070. Friendship Consolidated School, a single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1071. Duke Consolidated School, a single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Duke, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1072. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Ozark, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1073. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Warren, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1074. A man and a car on a concrete and stone bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1075. A car sitting on a concrete and stone bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1076-1077. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1078. Headrick School, a brick single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Headrick, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1079. River bank protection constructed by the Works Progress Administration on the Salt Fork River, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1080. Altus Library, a stone single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Altus, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1081. Victory Gymnasium under construction at Liberty School. A brick single story gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Liberty, Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1082-1083. Steel, stone and wooden bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1084. Stone and concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Jackson County, Oklahoma.

1085. Waurika High School, a two-story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Waurika, Jefferson County, Oklahoma.

1086. Ringling High School, a brick two-story school erected by the Works Progress Administration. Ringling, Jefferson County, Oklahoma.

1087-1088. A steel bridge on Bromide Road, a dirt road constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1089. A single story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Tishomingo, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1090. A single room, log cabin community building built by the Works Progress Administration. Mannsville, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1091. Ravia Dam, a stone low water dam on Mill Creek built by the Works Progress Administration. Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1092.Mill Creek Dam, a stone low water dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1093. A brick school under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Russett, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1094. A school being built of stone by the Works Progress Administration. Tishomingo, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1095. A school being built of stone by the Works Progress Administration. Troy, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1096. A school being built of stone by the Works Progress Administration. Mannsville, Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1097. A metal bridge on Teller Road, both built by the Works Progress Administration. Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1098. Gravel farm to market road built by the Works Progress Administration. Johnston County, Oklahoma.

1099. Braman Dam, a concrete structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Kay County, Oklahoma.

1100-1101. Swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Tonkawa, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1102-1103. Stone stadium and athletic field built by the Works Progress Administration. Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1104. A two-story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Blackwell, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1105. A diversion dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Blackwell, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1106. Street construction by Works Progress Administration workers. Tonkawa, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1107. A two-story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Tonkawa, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1108. Braman Dam under construction by Works Progress Administration workers. Kay County, Oklahoma.

1109. Braman Dam with Lake Blackwell in the background. Kay County, Oklahoma.

1110. Spray pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Blackwell, Kay County, Oklahoma.

1111. A brick two-story city hall built by the Works Progress Administration. Hennessey, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. Photo indicates name Memorial Hall.

1112. A two-story brick jail built by the Works Progress Administration. Kingfisher, Oklahoma.

1113. A two-story brick armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.

1114-1115. A stone stadium and athletic field built by the Works Progress Administration. Mountain Park, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1116. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Roosevelt, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1117. A single story brick school. built by the Works Progress Administration. Lone Wolf, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1118. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Mountain Park, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1119. Streets being built by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1120. Dirt streets graded by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1121-1122. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1123. Waste disposal plant under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1124. A two-story brick jail built by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1125. Brick park entrance built by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1126. A single story brick city hall building built by the Works Progress Administration. Lone Wolf, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1127.Grandstand at Hobart Fair Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1128. Tennis courts at Hobart Fair Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1129. Barn built by the Works Progress Administration at the Hobart Fair Park. Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

1130-1131. Carlton Dam at Robber's Cave State Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1132. Fourche Dam, a low water dam at Robber's Cave State Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1133-1134. A stone community building built by the Works Progress Administration. at Robber's Cave State Park. Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1135-1137. Low water dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1138. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Red Oak, Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1139. American flags flying at the entrance gate of a park. Wilberton, Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1140. Stone park pavilion built by the Works Progress Administration. Wilberton, Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1141. Stone park building built by the Works Progress Administration. Wilberton, Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1142. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Panola, Latimer County, Oklahoma.

1143. A two-story stone community building built by the Works Progress Administration. Poteau, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

1144. A two-story gymnasium built by the Works Progress Administration. Heavener, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

1145. A two-story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Heavener, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

1146. A brick single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Wister, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

1147. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Talihina, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

1148. Low water dam built by the Works Progress Administration. LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

1149. Talihina Lake constructed by the Works Progress Administration. LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

1150. Panama School, a brick single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

1151-1153. Sewage disposal plant built by the Works Progress Administration. Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1154. A single story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1155. Dunbar Negro School, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1156. Johnson School, a single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1157. Stone playing field wall built by the Works Progress Administration. Stroud, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1158. A stone single story city hall built by the Works Progress Administration. Meeker, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1159. Wellston Bridge, a metal bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1160. Prague City Hall, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Prague, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1161. Rural consolidated school, a brick single story school erected by the Works Progress Administration. Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

1162. Capitol School, a brick single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma.

1163. Page School, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma.

1164-1165. Banner School, a single story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma.

1166. A stone stadium built by the Works Progress Administration. Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma.

1167. A stone single story armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma.

1168. Gravel road built by the Works Progress Administration. Love County, Oklahoma.

1169. Gravel road and concrete culvert built by the Works Progress Administration. Love County, Oklahoma.

1170-1171. Purcell Community Building, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1172. Purcell City Hall, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1173. Sewage disposal plant built by the Works Progress Administration. Blanchard, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1174. A brick single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Blanchard, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1175. Swimming pool and bath house built by the Works Progress Administration. Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1176. Brick bath house built by the Works Progress Administration. Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma.

1177. Johnson School built by the Works Progress Administration. McClain County, Oklahoma.

1178. Valliant High School, a stone single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Valliant, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1179. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Wright City, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1180. Concrete bridge built by the Works Progress Administration over Mountain Fork, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1181. Farm to market bridge under construction showing wooden bracing. McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1182. Malaria control project draining ditches built by the Works Progress Administration. McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1183. Broken Bow High School, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1184. Eagletown High School, a single story stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Eagletown, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1185. Idabel Junior High School, a single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Idabel, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1186. Broken Bow Community Building, a stone single story building built by the Works Progress Administration. Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1187. A log community building built by the Works Progress Administration. McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1188. Stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Idabel, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1189. Panther Creek Dam built by the Works Progress Administration. McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1190. Log and stone building built by the Works Progress Administration. Beaver Bend State Park, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

1191. Log structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Beaver Ben State Park, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.Works Progress Administration

1192. A stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1193. A stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Checotah, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1194. Checotah Negro School, a single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Checotah, McIntosh, County, Oklahoma.

1195. Children entering a stone school built by the Works Progress Administration in school district 41. West Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1196. Checotah City Hall, a two-story brick building built by the Works Progress Administration. Checotah, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1197. A stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1198. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Stidham, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1199. A stone wall enclosing an athletic field built by the Works Progress Administration. Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1200-1201. Concrete bridge under construction by the Works Progress Administration. McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1202. Eufaula Negro School, a single tory stone building under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

1203-1204. A single story brick school built by the Works Progress Administration. Fairview, Major County, Oklahoma.

1205-1206. City park, site of Works Progress Administration projects. Cleo Springs, Major County, Oklahoma.

1207. A wooden bridge built by the Works Progress Administration. Ames, Major County, Oklahoma.

1208. A single story wooden school house in district 126, built by the Works Progress Administration. Major County, Oklahoma.

1209. Madill Lake constructed by the Works Progress Administration in Marshall County, Oklahoma.

1210. Farm to market dirt road built by the Works Progress Administration in Marshall County, Oklahoma.

1211. A single story wooden school built by the Works Progress Administration. Woodville, Marshall County, Oklahoma.

1212. A stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Powell, Marshall County, Oklahoma.

1213. Grandstand built by the Works Progress Administration and athletic field. Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma.

1214. A brick single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma.

1215. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Welch, Mayes County, Oklahoma.

1216-1217. Veteran's Lake, a Works Progress Administration constructed lake in Murray County, Oklahoma.

1218. A single story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Sulphur, Murray County, Oklahoma.

1219. Honey Creek Dam, a low water dam built by the Works Progress Administration. Murray County, Oklahoma.

1220. Veteran' Lake built by the Works Progress Administration. Murray County, Oklahoma.

1221. Street paving by the Works Progress Administration. Murray County, Oklahoma.

1222. Davis Negro School, a single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma.

1223. Turner Falls low water dam under construction in Murray County, Oklahoma. March 18, 1936.

1224-1225. Fort Gibson, reconstructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1226. A well at Fort Gibson reconstructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1227-1228. Barracks at Fort Gibson reconstructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1229-1230. Exterior walls of Fort Gibson reconstructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1231-1232. Interior walls of Fort Gibson reconstructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1233-1236. Honor Heights Park, site of Works Progress Administration work. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1237. Bath house at Spaulding Park, built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1238. Band shell at Spaulding Park, built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1239. Swimming pool at Honor Heights Park built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1240. Negro swimming pool built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1241. Sheep and swine sheds built by the Works Progress Administration at the Muskogee State Fairgrounds. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1242. 4-H Club Building, a single story stone structure built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1243. Black Works Progress Administration workers repairing streets. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1244. Blacks repairing sidewalks. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1245. Two-story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1246. A single story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Haskell, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1247. A single story brick armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Boynton, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1248. Conner Aggie School, a single story stone school erected by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1249. Muskogee Airport, an airplane hangar is visible. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1250. Haskell Lake constructed by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1251. Streets built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1252. Taft Dam and Lake, built by the Works Progress Administration. Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1253-1254. A single story stone school built by the Works Progress Administration. Webber Falls, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1255. A stone school under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Warner, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

1256. A single story stone armory built by the Works Progress Administration. Perry, Noble County, Oklahoma.

1257. Stone building for Negro shops under construction by the Works Progress Administration. Perry, Noble County, Oklahoma.

1258. Works Progress Administration workers cutting stone at a quarry. Noble County, Oklahoma.

1259. Stone cut from a quarry, Noble County, Oklahoma.

1260. A stone single story school built by the Works Progress Administration. Weleetka, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma.

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