|Creator:||United States. Works Projects Administration. Georgia. Education Division. Workers’ Service Project.|
|Title:||Work Projects Administration : a partial survey of educational facilities open to Atlanta adults|
|Quantity:||0.08 Linear feet (1 folder housed with minor collections MS 338 to MS 351)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of information regarding union and civic educational facilities open to adults in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1940. It included the names of academic institutions where instruction was given, courses offered, and an overview of why this particular type of education was needed. Included are three types of information including a partial survey of educational facilities in Atlanta (Ga.) ; an analysis of adult education programs carried on by government agencies and an analysis of programs by union groups.|
The Work Projects Administration was a government agency created by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1930 to provide employment as part of the New Deal.
Works Projects Administration. A partial survey of educational facilities open to Atlanta adults, MS 338. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.