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New Deal Network
Digital History ID 4273

This website contains 5000 photographs, 900 primary source documents, and many special features. The New Deal Network is sponsored by the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute and the Institute for Learning Technologies at Teachers College of Columbia University.

America in the 1930s
Digital History ID 4274

This website views the 1930s through the lenses of its films, radio programs, literature, journalism, museums, exhibitions, architecture, art, and other forms of cultural expression.

Cavalcade of the American Negro, 1940
Digital History ID 4275

This website at the Library of Congress is a mini-exhibit on a book produced by the Illinois Writers' Project of the WPA, the Cavalcade of the American Negro, a sweeping history of black contributions to all phases of American life from 1865 to 1940.

FDR Cartoon Archive
Digital History ID 4276

This website is an archive of editorial cartoons dealing with Franklin Roosevelt and his administration.

Voices from the Dust Bowl
Digital History ID 4277

This website from the Library of Congress is a collection of materials from the Farm Security Administration migrant work camps in California. Maintained by the Library of Congress, the site includes migrant workers’ songs, correspondence, photographs, and explanatory text. It is searchable by keyword or medium.