In this picture, workers are in the making of one of the first of three tunnels that linked Manhattan and New Jersey in 1939. It was funded with Public Works Administration money.
Public Works Administration Project- Bonneville Power and Navigation Dam on the Columbia River, Oregon, 1936.
U.S. Engineers placing concrete and erection of gates on November 16, 1934 by the Mississippi River.
Coos Bay Bridge is the longest of the five Public Works Administration bridges built along the Oregon Coastal Highway. Made of steel, the bridge incorporates many complex structural systems and technological innovations.
Fort Peck Dam in Montana; spillway construction. One of the largest dams in the world, it continues to generate electricity; in July 1936 its construction employed 10,500 workers