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WASHINGTON

Washington249
WASHINGTON: A GUIDE TO THE EVERGREEN STATE/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration.—Portland, Ore.: Binfords & Mort, 1941.—xxx, 687 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. [637]-643.—Bibliography: p. [644]-653.—Index: p. [654]-687.—Sponsored by the Washington State Historical Society.—T-p.—First published in 1941.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to Washington Tours.—Folded colored map in back pocket: front, State of Washington; back: Washington State Transportation Map.—Text maps of: Aberdeen-Hoquiam, Bellingham, Everett, Olympia, Down Town Seattle, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Mount Adams Recreational Area, Nooksack Recreational Area, Mount Rainer National Forest, Olympic National Forest, San Juan Islands.
Photos: 109 b&w photographs by R.B. Inverarity, Farm Security Administration, etc.
Chapter tail-pieces: Correll.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to Washington Tours.
Binding: Dark green cloth with red lettering; small illustration of West Coast Indian whale.
Dustjacket: Jacket designed by R.B. Inverarity, head of the Washington Art Project. Front borders and spine in rust and black; front illustration same as between pages 190-191 entitled: “Makah Indian” by R.B. Inverarity. Back: American Guide Series blurb].

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Washington, D.C.250
WASHINGTON: CITY AND CAPITAL/Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration. —Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937.—xxvi, [1141] p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 24 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Statues, Monuments, and Memorials: p. 1078-1086.—Chronology: p. 1087-1093.—Bibliography: p. 1094-1100.—Index: p. 1103-[1141].
Maps: Front and back endpapers: [“Handkerchief Map” of Washington]; Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia...—Two folded colored maps in back pocket: #1) Map of the District of Columbia: #2) front: Mid City Map of Washington, D.C. back: Map of the District of Columbia.—Text maps of: Capitol Hill and Vicinity, Pennsylvania Avenue Tour, Constitution Avenue Tour, Sixteenth Street Tour, Massachusetts Avenue Tour, Connecticut Avenue Tour, Georgetown, Alexandria, Tour to Mount Vernon and Pohick Church, Tour to Fairfax Courthouse, Great Falls Tour, Bladensburg Tour, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, showing main thoroughfares and points of interest, Midcity Map of Washington.—Text plans of: L’Enfant Plan, 1791; McMillan Plan, 1701; Plan of Central Area, 1936; Diagram of East Elevation of Capitol, Plan of Principal Floor of Capitol, Plan of Ground Floor of Capitol, Library of Congress, First Floor Plan; Library of Congress, Second Floor Plan; Corcoran Gallery, First Floor Plan; Corcoran Gallery, Second Floor Plan; Smithsonian Institution and National Museum: Arts and Industries Building, Floor Plan; Natural History Building, First Floor Plan; Natural History Building, Second Floor Plan; Plan of the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul.
Photos: 100 b&w photographs, most taken especially for this book by W. Lincoln Highton of the Works Progress Administration.
Front and back endpapers: [“Handkerchief Map” of Washington”]: Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia...
Binding: Black with gold lettering on spine.
Dustjacket: Printed in black and white, with nine photographs of Washington, D.C. public buildings on front, spine, and back].

WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia251
WEST VIRGINIA: A GUIDE TO THE MOUNTAIN STATE/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of West Virginia.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1941.—xxxi, 559 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 523-530.—West Virginia Counties with Dates of Creation: p. 530-531.—Bibliography: p. 533-541.—1940 Census Figures: p. 542-544.—Index: p. 545-559.—Sponsored by the Conservation Commission of West Virginia.—T-p.—First published in 1941.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to West Virginia Tours.—Folded map in back pocket: Front: West Virginia, Key to Recreational Areas in West Virginia; back: Cacapon State Park, Hawk’s Nest State Park, Lost River State Park, Seneca State Forest, Watoga State Park, Babcock State Park.—Text maps of: Transportation Map, Charleston, Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Huntington, Parkersburg, Shepherdstown, Wheeling.
Photos: 103 b&w photographs by U.S. Forest Service, Highton, Post, Shahn, and Historic American Buildings Survey, etc.
Chapter tail-pieces: West Virginia Art Project.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to West Virginia Tours.
Binding: Bright light green cloth with dark green lettering; illustrated with small images of: mountains, coal miner, factory, and pine trees.
Dustjacket: Front and spine printed in various shades of green; illustration photograph from text between pages 62-63 entitled: Cacapdon State Park, by Janet M. Taylor. Back: Other Oxford publications in the American Guide Series].
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Gilmer: the birth of a county/Compiled and Written by Workers of the Writers’ Program, Work Projects Administration in West Virginia; sponsored by State Department of Education; co-sponsored by Gilmer County Board of Education.—Charleston: West Virginia Writers’ Project, 1940.—14 typescript leaves; 28 cm.—(Folk Studies; #7).
[“West Virginia Writers’ Project Activity: Works completed; County histories in preparation; Other works in preparation”—Outside back cover].
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Mountain State tintypes/Compiled and Written by Workers of the Writers’ Project, Work Projects Administration in West Virginia; sponsored by State Department of Education.—Charleston: West Virginia Writers’ Project, 1940.—16 typescript leaves; 28 cm.—(Folk Studies; #5).
[“Cover by West Virginia Art Project, Morgantown”—t-p].
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The Smoke Hole and its people/Compiled and Written by Workers of the Writers’ Project of the Work Projects Administration in West Virginia; sponsored by the State Department of Education; co-sponsored by West Virginia Publicity Commission; drawings by Arts, Crafts and Visual Aids Projects; text by Paul H. Becker.—Rev. ed.—Huntington: West Virginia Writers’ Project, [n.d.]—[33] p.: ill., maps; 20.5 cm.—(Folk Studies; #3).

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin255
WISCONSIN: A GUIDE TO THE BADGER STATE/ Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Wisconsin.—New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1941.—[xxviii], 651 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 563-577.—Bibliography: p. 578-590.—Population Figures, 1940 Census: p. 591-596.—Map of Wisconsin in Nine Sections: p. [597-614].—Index: p. 615-651.—Sponsored by The Wisconsin Library Association.—T-p.
Maps: Text maps of: Transportation Map, Green Bay, Kenosha, La Crosse, Madison, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Racine, Sheboygan, Superior, Tour Map, State Map.
Photos: 104 b&w photographs by Vachon for the Farm Security Administration, Fine Arts—Public Buildings Administration, U.S. Forest Service, etc.
Chapter head- and tail pieces: F. Utpatel.
Binding: Coarse green cloth with gold lettering.
Dustjacket: Front and spine printed in gold, green, black, and white, with photograph from between pages 310-311 entitled: The Capitol at Madison, by R.B. Russel. Back: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc., blurb].
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Wisconsin circus lore: stories of the big top, sawdust ring, menagerie, and sideshows: showmen, equestrians, aerialists, acrobats, clowns, and freaks: elephants, horses, monkeys, bears, and “cats”, 1850-1908/Collected in the former circus towns of Delavan, Evansville, Janesville, Whitewater, Watertown, and Baraboo [by] Folklore Section, Women’s & Professional Projects, Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration.—[Milwaukee: W.P.A.], 1937.—58, i.e., [60] typescript leaves: ill.; 27 cm.
[“This book was bound by the Milwaukee Handicraft Project; sponsored by Milwaukee State Teachers College, Works Progress Administration of Wisconsin”—label on inside front cover. Illustrated cloth cover].
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Wisconsin Indian lore/Compiled by Walter Beck. —[Milwaukee?]: Works Progress Administration, State of Wisconsin, [n.d.]—20 typescript leaves: ill.; 27 cm.
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Wisconsin edible mushrooms for the mushroom hunter and lover: all the year ?round mushrooms: popular guide to the common edible fungi of the city, meadow, and woodland, with suggestions for their table preparation/Sponsored by the Madison Mushroom Club; Federal Writers’ Projects, Works Progress Administration.—Madison: Federal Writers’ Projects, 1937.—iii, 13 typescript leaves; 27.5 cm.
[“This book was bound by the Milwaukee Handicraft Project; sponsored by Milwaukee State Teachers College, Works Progress Administration of Wisconsin”—Label on inside front cover. Mushroom cloth silk screen on green, brown, rust, and yellow covers].
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[Blank note book].—[Milwaukee: Handicraft Project, n.d.]—1 v. (unpaged); 16 cm.
[“WPA Handicraft Project, #8061, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; sponsored by Milwaukee County and Milwaukee State Teachers College.—Label on inside front cover. Bird patter on black and yellow cloth covers]
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Come and sing/Ludwig Cinatl, Jr.—[Milwaukee: Handicraft Project, n.d.]—[8] matted silk screen prints in portfolio; 45.5 cm.
[“WPA Handicraft Project, #8601, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; sponsored by Milwaukee County and Milwaukee State Teachers College”—Label on inside front cover].

WYOMING

Wyoming

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WYOMING: A GUIDE TO ITS HISTORY, HIGHWAYS, AND PEOPLE/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Wyoming.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1941.—xxvii, 490 p.: ill., maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Chronology: p. 441-448.—Bibliography: p. 449-458.—Glossary: p. 459-466.—1940 Census Figures: p. 467-468.—Index: p. 469-490.—Sponsored by Dr. Lester C. Hunt, Secretary of State.—T-p.—First published in April, 1941.—Verso of t-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to Wyoming Tours.—Folded map in back pocket: front: Wyoming; back: Historic Trails of Wyoming; Wyoming Transportation Map; Yellowstone National Park.—Text maps of: Casper, Cheyenne, Laramie, Sheridan.
Photos: 108 b&w photographs by Rothstein—Farm Security Administration, Charles J. Belden, and the first photographs ever made in the Yellowstone area, ...taken by Mr. W. H. Jackson (1843- ), official photographer for the Hayden Survey of the Territories (1871-8).
Endpapers: Key to Wyoming Tours.
Binding: Yellow cloth with dark brown lettering, illustrated with a cowboy on a horse roping a steer.
Dustjacket: Front printed in yellow and brown. Photograph by Charles J. Belden on front of horse and rider, mountains in background with small airplane flying overhead. Back: Other Oxford Publications in the American Guide Series].

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