What the W.P.A. did for me
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The first work is a compilation of names by Stetson Kennedy, who was director of folklore, life history, and social-ethnic stuides for the Federal Writers' Project in Florida. It is 11 pages. The first page is typed, the others are handwritten. The second work is Euline Jordon's account of her employment by the WPA in Pensacola, Fla. She learned to operate a loom and taught weaving classes. it consists of 5 pages.
16 p; Specific date is unknown.
University of South Florida USF
Kennedy, Stetson and Jordon, Euline, "Employees of WPA Florida Writers Project ; What the W.P.A. did for me What the W.P.A. did for me" (1930). Tampa WPA Office Papers. 6.