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[TYPED LETTER, SIGNED BY FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, TO THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATOR OF PUBLIC WORKS, REGARDING PERSONNEL]
Washington. Dec. 6, 1938.. [1]p. Folio. Old folds. Minor soiling. Near fine. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt writes to Harold L. Ickes, Administrator of Public Works, regarding a transfer of four employees to that agency, with their former and future positions and salaries listed. The four men in question, transferred from various departments and agencies, were all to become Engineer Inspectors for the Public Works Administration. The Public Works Administration was a New Deal agency created in 1933, in an attempt to stimulate the economy with the construction of large-scale public infrastructure projects, such as dams and bridges. It was closed in 1939, with the advent of World War II.
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