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Spring 2014, includes
Experiencing History in Greenbelt
The WPA Promoted Reading in Maryland
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Maryland Slave Narratives
New Deal Art: "Who's Who in the Zoo"
Winter 2014, includes
Upton Sinclair's Baltimore
Rexford Tugwell: Greenbelt Planner and Brain Truster No. 1
Our New Deal Benefit Today: The Greenbelt Community Lake
New Deal Art: "Live Here at Low Rent"
Fall 2013, includes
In Memoriam: William Offutt Johnson, 1941-2013
Book Review—In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin
A WPA Exhibit, a $50K Challenge, a Demolished Building, and the Importance of Preserving New Deal History
Our New Deal Benefit Today! Greenfield Library, St. John’s College
New Deal Art: “Work With Care”
Summer 2013, includes
New Deal Parks: How Do We Value Memories?
Summer Days At Swallow Falls
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Taylor Park
New Deal Art: Parks and WPA Posters
Spring 2013, includes:
Maryland's Tribute to the CCC at Gambrill State Park
1930s Elsewhere: Sitting, Striking, and Fighting in Michigan
Maryland's Forgotten Infrastructure Hero (Francis Dryden)
Our New Deal Benefit Today: The U.S. Naval Academy
New Deal Art: "Provide for the Common Defense"
Winter 2013, includes:
The CCC, the Snow, and the Stork
Personalities from the 1930s: Woody Guthrie
Patuxent Research Refuge: Maryland's Amazing New Deal Treasure
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Hagerstown City Hall
New Deal Art: Promote the General Welfare
October 2012, includes:
A Woman's Dream & The WPA at Towson University (Glen Woods)
Personalities from the 1930s: Francis Townsend
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Johnson's Pond Dam
New Deal Art: Mural at the Towson Post Office
September 2012, includes:
A Tale of Two Historic Post Offices: One Saved, One Lost?
Personalities from the 1930s: Huey Long
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Great Mills School
New Deal Art: Mural at the Bethesda Post Office
August 2012, includes:
The Civilian Conservation Corps at Fort Frederick
How the Works Progress Administration Helped Preserve Maryland's Civil War History
Our New Deal Benefit Today: Fort Hill High School
New Deal Art: Mural at the Upper Marlboro Branch Library
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