The New Deal Art Registry is a collaboratively assembled and maintained guide to surviving public art that was created under the New Deal programs, 1934-1943. We aim to compile a reliable and complete list of murals, sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, and other works that still exist in public buildings throughout the US. Please look around your town and on your travels, snap a photo, and send us an email. We depend on people like you!
 
  Eleanor Roosevelt, Edward Bruce, and other New Deal officials observe the spread of PWAP projects across the country (detail from "Powell Street," fresco by Lucien Labaudt, Coit Tower, San Francisco)  
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