The Federal Art Project wasn't simply a relief program; central to its mission was the creation of art for government buildings, schools, libraries, charitable institutions, and hospitals like the one in Mt. Morris. This process was termed Allocations, and is illustrated here in simplified form by the Boston, MA division of the Federal Art Project.
Nason, Ben, 1908-1985
Federal Art Project
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, WPA Poster Collection, LC-USZC2-5568
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Silkscreen poster, via color film copy slide