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American Scenes Tempered by Tough Times
In the depths of the Great Depression, American artists received their own version of a stimulus package from the federal government. From December 1933 to June 1934, the Public Works of Art Program put to work 3,749 artists (many of whom were hurting, just like their neighbors) to create more th...
By Michael O'Sullivan
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