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PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania209
PENNSYLVANIA: A GUIDE TO THE KEYSTONE STATE/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Pennsylvania.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1940.—xxxii, 660 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 615-622.—A Guide to Further Reading: p. 623- 629.—Acknowledgments: p. 631-632.—1940 Census Figures: p. 633-636.—Index: p. 637-660.—First published in December 1940.—Verso of t-p.—Co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission and the University of Pennsylvania.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Pennsylvania: Key to Auto Tours.—Folded map in back pocket: Front: Pennsylvania, 1940; Industry; Transportation; back: Philadelphia; Pittsburgh.—Text maps of: Allentown, Bethlehem, Carlisle, Chester, Erie, Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadelphia (Central City), Pittsburgh (Golden Triangle), Reading, Scranton, Wilkes-Bare, Williamsport, York, Valley Forge.
Photos: 103 b&w photographs by WPA Information Service, Frederick W. Ritter, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Farm Security Administration, etc.
Endpapers: Front: map, Pennsylvania: Key to Auto Tours.
Binding: Light grey cloth stamped in dark red with illustrations of Pennsylvania industrial and agriculture products.
Dustjacket: Front and spine: Jacket illustration from mural by Howard Cook in Post Office, Pittsburgh. Reproduction by Courtesy of Section of Fine Arts, Treasury Department. (Also first photograph between pages 92 and 93, entitled: “In the Mines and the Mills”). Back: Other Oxford publications in the American Guide Series].
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Mr. Punch teaches a lesson: playing with fire: a Guignol hand puppet safety play/Museum Extension Project, Works Progress Administration, District 15.—[Pittsburgh]: Museum Extension Project, [n.d.]—5 typescript leaves; 29.5 cm.
[Silkscreen cover].
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The willow plate: a Guignol (hand puppet) play based on an old Chinese legend with music and songs; script, stage business & lighting suggestions/Museum Extension Project, Works Progress Administration, District 15.—[Pittsburgh]: Museum Extension Project, [n.d.]—19 typescript leaves: ill.; 29 cm.
[“A Marionette play”—cover. Silkscreen cover].
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Puppeteers’ handbook/Museum Extension Project, Works Progress Administration, District 15.—[Pittsburgh]: Museum Extension Project, [n.d.]—28, 23, 10, 29 p.: ill.; 29 cm.
[Contents: Puppeteer’s handbook: p. 1-26; Theatre handbook: p. 1-23; Puppet’s booth: p. 1-10; How to make marionettes: p. 1-29. Silkscreen cover].
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“Americans All”: Fifth Annual Dauphin County Folk Festival, May 28-29, 1940: The Forum, State Education Building, Harrisburg, Pa./Presented by the Dauphin County Folk Council...Works Projects Administration, in cooperation with the National Youth Administration...—Harrisburg: Dauphin County Folk Festival, 1940.—[23] p.: ill.; 27.5 cm.
[“American asks that all hatreds, prejudices, and man-made differences be discarded. Coming to America from many nations, America embraces the good in all...” p. [4]. Cover title. Cover design by Edward C. Michener].
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Early folk arts of Pennsylvania: October 15th through November 15th, 1939: original objects from the Museum’s collection shown with Index of American Design renderings/by the Pennsylvania Art Project, in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Art Project of the Work Projects Administration.—[Philadelphia]: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Division of Education, 1939.—[8] p.; 21.5 cm.
[“Designed and executed by the Pennsylvania Art Project, Work Projects Administration”—outside back cover].
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The floods of Johnstown/Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; sponsored by the Mayor and City Council of Johnstown, Pa.—Johnstown: Mayor’s Committee, 1939.—[vi], 36 p.: ill., maps; 23.5 cm.
[Bibliography: p. 36. “This pamphlet was written by Peter J. Toner of the Cambria County Unit... The art work is by Edward Giordano, and Herbert Palmer, staff artists. The map was drawn by Horace Allen...”—p. [v]. “A Federal Writers’ Publication”—cover].
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The book of stones/Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1939.—33 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.—(Children’s Science series).
[“This book was written by John F. Hausmann, Jr... The illustrations and cover design are by Edward Giordano, former staff artist”—p. [5]. In dustjacket].

Frogs217
Frogs/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1942.—46 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.—(Elementary science books).
[“This booklet was written by Wilbur T. Gracey and Irwin Shappin of our Philadelphia Unit... Illustrations were drawn by Carl Shaffer of the Pennsylvania Art Project...—p. [3]. In dustjacket].

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Money/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1940.—48 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.
[“This booklet, [was] written by Mark Bartman... ...illustrations were prepared by Charles Rossner of the Pennsylvania Art Project... ...drawings are the work respectively of Vernon Rhodes and Russel Worman of the Pennsylvania Writers’ Project...” p. [3]. In dustjacket].

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Motion pictures/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1942.—47 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.
[“This booklet, written by Maena Sussanne... Illustrations were drawn by Zeb Johnson and Herbert Palmer of the Pennsylvania Art Project...”—p. [3]. In dustjacket].
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Radio/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman Co., 1942.—47 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.
[“This booklet was written by Maena Sussanne... The cover design was done by Robert Muchley. Other illustrations are the work of Reynolds Mason of the Pennsylvania Art Project...”—p. [3]. In dustjacket].
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Television/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1942.—48 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 cm.
[“This booklet was written by Katharine Britton. Illustrations were drawn by Reynolds Mason of the Pennsylvania Art Project...”—p. [3]. In dustjacket].
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Wind, water, and air/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1941.—47 p.: ill. (some col.); 18.5 c m.
[“The illustrations, done by Carl Shaffer of the Pennsylvania Art Project... p. [3]. In dustjacket].
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Pennsylvania German designs: a portfolio of silk screen prints/Research by the Pennsylvania WPA Art Project.—[New York]: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1943.—[4] p., 20 leaves of color plates in portfolio; 36 cm.
[“Index of American Design, The National Gallery of Art, published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art”—t-p].
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[Architectural model]
Georgian town house, Philadelphia, 1787: Reynolds-Morris.—[Philadelphia?]: Pennsylvania WPA, Dist. 2, [n.d.]—1 polychromed plaster of Paris architectural model; 18 x 29 x 20 cm.
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[Architectural model]
Georgian, Waterford, Pa, 1826-19—:Eagle Hotel.—[Philadelphia?]: Pennsylvania WPA, Dist. 2, [n.d.]—1 polychromed plaster of Paris architectural model; 17 x 34 x 22 cm.

PUERTO RICO

Puerto Rico226
PUERTO RICO: A GUIDE TO THE ISLAND OF BORIQUÉN/Compiled and Written by the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration in Co-operation with the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration.—New York: University Society, 1940.—xli, 409 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 387-391.—Books About Puerto Rico: p. 392-402.—Index: p. 403-409.—Sponsored by the Puerto Rico Department of Education.—T-p.—First published in 1940.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to Puerto Rico Tours.—Back endpaper: Steamer Lines to Puerto Rico.—Text maps of: San Juan, Santurce, Ponce, Mayagüez, La Mina Recreational Area, Caribbean National Forest.
Photos: 97 b&w photographs by W.L. Highton, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Puerto Rican Institute of Tourism, and the Division of Territory and Island Possessions.
Endpapers: front: map, Key to Puerto Rico Tours.—19 x 25.5 cm., back: map: Steamer Lines to Puerto Rico.—19 x 12 cm.
Binding: Green cloth with black lettering, with illustration on front, spine, and back of tropical landscape of beaches, palm trees, and mountains. Signed Smiley].
Dustjacket: Illustration of tropical landscape of beaches, palm trees, and mountains printed in green and brown on front, spine, and back. Signed Smiley].

RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island227
RHODE ISLAND: A GUIDE TO THE SMALLEST STATE/Written by Workers of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Rhode Island.—Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1937.—xxvi, 500 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. [463]-474.—Bibliography: p. [475]-479.—Index: p. 481-500.—Sponsored by Louis W. Cappelli, Secretary of State, Chairman of the Sponsoring Committee.—T-p.—The Riverside Press, Cambridge.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to Rhode Island Tours.—Folded colored map in back pocket: Front: Rhode Island; back: Rhode Island Transportation Facilities.—Text maps of: Newport City Map, Providence Metropolitan Map, Providence Civic Center, Rhode Island Key Map.
Photos: 105 b&w photographs.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to Rhode Island Tours.—25.5 x 19.5 cm.
Binding: Red cloth with gold lettering.
Dustjacket: Front and spine in black and white, illustrated with a photo of the coast framed by two pine trees. Back: “How well do you know New England?” [map of New England with the 6 state guides superimposed].
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Rhode Island: [facts, events, places, tours]/ Compiled by Workers of the WPA Writers’ Project of the State of Rhode Island.—Northport, L.I., NY: Bacon & Wieck, 1941.—28 p.; 21.5 cm.—(American Recreation Series).
[“Sketch map of Rhode Island”—inside front cover].

SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina229
SOUTH CAROLINA: A GUIDE TO THE PALMETTO STATE/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of South Carolina.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1941.—xxvii, 514 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 471-477.—Bibliography: p. 479-486. —List of Consultants: p. 487-488.—1940 Census Figures: p. [489].—Index: p. 491-514.—Sponsored by Burnet R. Maybank, Governor of South Carolina.—T-p.—First published in February, 1941.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to South Carolina Tours.—Folded map in back pocket: Front: Map of South Carolina.—Text maps of: Gardens, Charleston, Columbia.
Photos: 109 b&w photographs by the Farm Security Administration, W. Lincoln Highton courtesy of the Federal Works Agency, Walter Connolly, Margaret Bourke-White, Matthew W. Brady, etc.
Chapter tail-piece art: unidentified.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to South Carolina Tours.—23 x 18 cm.
Binding: Blue cloth with black lettering. Small illustration of the sun, a plow, a bale of grain, and tree leaves.
Dustjacket: Front and spine in black and white, illustrated with photo from text between pages 34-35 entitled: “Palmettos on the Coast” courtesy of South Carolina State Commission of Forestry.—Back: “Other Oxford Publications in the American Guide Series”].

SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota

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A SOUTH DAKOTA GUIDE/Compiled by The Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration, State of South Dakota.—Pierre: State Publishing Company, 1938.—[xxiii], 441 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Bibliography: p. [425]-435.—Index: p. [436]-441.—Sponsored by The State of South Dakota.—T-p.—Copyright 1938, by the South Dakota Guide Commission for the State of South Dakota.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, A chart of South Dakota and points therein: Federal Writers’ Project by Lisle Reese.—Folded map in back pocket: front: South Dakota; back: Aberdeen, The Northeastern Lakes, Sioux Falls, Pierre, Rapid City, Black Hills.—Text map: Key to South Dakota Tours.
Photos: 70 b&w photographs by W.L. Highton, etc.
Chapter head-pieces (line drawings): Lisle Reese, Sada Jones, Waneya, Mary Giddings, and Mary Sturis.
Endpapers: Front: A chart of South Dakota and points therein: Federal Writers’ Project by Lisle Reese.
Binding: Dark red cloth with white lettering.
Dustjacket: Front and spine in black and white, illustrated with five text photographs (including Explorer II, R.C. Miller). Back: illustrated with “A Historical Map of the Black Hills”, a Federal Writers’ Project Book. Back flap: a list of other proposed South Dakota guides].

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Guide to Pierre, South Dakota, and vicinity/ Compiled by the Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration; sponsored by the Pierre Chamber of Commerce and the City of Pierre.—[Pierre: WPA, n.d.]—20 p.: ill., maps; 22 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Drawings by Mary B. Giddings].

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Legends of the mighty Sioux/Compiled by Workers of the South Dakota Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration; illustrated by Sioux Indian artists.—Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1941.—158 p.: ill.; 22.5 cm.
[“The Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council ?go on record endorsing the said writings to the Federal Writers’ Project of South Dakota.’ The drawings...are drawn by Indian children with the unusual names of Noah Jumping Elk, Grover Horned Antelope, and Vanette Rud. There are other drawings by an Indian artist named Oscar Howe, of the South Dakota Art Project.”—front blurb of d-j].
Endpapers illustrated with color Sioux symbols. In dustjacket].

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Sodbusters: tales of Southeastern South Dakota/Written and illustrated by Workers of the Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration, Mitchell, South Dakota; sponsored by South Dakota Writers’ League.—[Sioux Falls?: South Dakota Writers’ League, 1938.—27 p.: ill., maps; 20 cm.—(American Guide Series).

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Fifty million pheasants: the story of game birds in South Dakota/Compiled and written by Workers of the South Dakota Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration; sponsored...by South Dakota Department of Game and Fish.—[Pierre]: South Dakota Department of Game and Fish, 1941.—90 p.: ill.; 23 cm.
[Bibliography: p. 88-90. “...written by Russel L. Rice of the South Dakota Writers’ Project”—p. v. Cover designs, Ole Gjovaag].

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L. Frank Baum’s “Our landlady”: Midwestern life in the Nineties/as seen and recorded by the author of the “Oz” books, in a weekly newspaper column unearthed and transcribed by members of the South Dakota Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration; sponsored by Friends of the Middle Border.—[Aberdeen?]: Friends of the Middle Border, 1941.—46 p.: ill.; 22 cm.
[Illustration by Sada Jones. Cover art by André Boratko].

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