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FERA manuscript project

Autonomie und Rechtstransfer im Donau- und Karpatenraum

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      • Typescript.On spine: S.E.R.A. manuscript project.Directed by Portland Center, General Extension Division, Oregon State System of Higher Education.

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        LC Classifications1935
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages47
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Subject Access Terms: Chattel mortgages; drought relief; Florida hurricane disaster, 1935; Hopkins, Harry L. Terminated February 1, 1943, pursuant to Presidential letter, December 4, 1942. Highly detailed analysis and statistical summary of all New Deal relief programs; 900 pages• In Oklahoma the Resettlement Administration's presence was felt most by the thousands of farm families who benefited from small loans and the technical assistance offered by the Rehabilitation Division.

The skyrocketing popularity of media like the phonograph, radio and movies had recently supplanted many thousands of live performers: some 30,000 musicians had been displaced by new mechanical modes of music reproduction; the government estimated that well over 30,000 theater workers were unemployed by the mid-'30s. It has, for one thing, helped to stem the cultural erosion which in the past two decades has drawn most of America's art talent to a few large cities.

" The New Deal cultural programs were marred by censorship. Our reputation as the highest quality proficiency testing provider precedes us. Fearing that aid recipients would become dependent on their assistance, Oklahoma City administrators sparingly doled FERA manuscript project federal and local relief funds; city leaders initiated a campaign to discourage migration into the city; local newspapers failed to print the location of soup lines; voters rejected a bond issue to bolster relief funds; and the city council declined to increase taxes to boost its depression relief budget.

Many artists who have since become famous were part of FAP.

Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) (1933)

Records of the Project Control Division• A second, peer-reviewed issue will focus on topics and issues raised at the conference that will benefit from further treatment and presentation of a wide variety of perspectives presented as journal articles. the Project has discovered that such a simple matter as finding employment for the artist in his [sic] hometown has been of the greatest importance. When WPA chief Harry Hopkins announced the formation of the Federal Theatre at the National Theater Conference in 1935, FERA manuscript project referred to a theme that would figure importantly in the development and demise of the FTP and other components of Federal One: I am asked whether a theater subsidized by the government can be kept free of censorship, and I say, yes, it is going to be kept free from censorship.