ALL ITEMS

  • of 184

All

SCA979p206-R74-19540717.pdf
Weekly editions of the Logan Rotator from the 1954
New Deal Grand Canyon Poster.jpg
A poster created for the National Park Service in 1938. It depicts a landscape of the Grand Canyon with text promoting the National Park Service and tourism.
New Deal Building a Dam Mural.jpg
A mural created in 1938 by William Gropper located in the Department of the Interior Building depicting workers constructing a dam.
Created by the National Recovery Administration (NRA) in 1933, this film was directed by Alfred E. Green and stars Dick Powell, Alan Dinehart, Samuel S. Hinds, and Charles Middleton. Dick Powell plays a songwriter working for the NRA struggling to…
See America Visit the National Parks Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the United States Travel Bureau in 1940. It depicts a scene with a waterfall and text promoting tourism in the National Parks.
World Fair Visit Beautiful Sea Cliff Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the World's Fair c. 1938-1939. It depicts cars on a highway near a coastline with text encouraging visiting the World's Fair as well as the sea cliff nearby.
Yellowstone National Park New Deal Poster.jpg
A poster created by the United States Department of the Interior for the National Park Service in 1938. It depicts a geyser, Old Faithful, in Yellowstone with text promoting tourism in Yellowstone National Park.
Discover Puerto Rico New Deal Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project in 1940. It depicts a scenic view with text promoting tourism in Puerto Rico.
See America Welcome to Montana Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the United States Travel Bureau in 1939. It depicts a man on a horse in front of a mountain range with text advertising tourism in Montana.
Zion National Park New Deal Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Department of the Interior, National Park Service in 1938. It depicts a forest from Zion National Park with text relaying information about the park.
Skiing in the East American Guide Series Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the American Guide Series in 1939. It depicts a man skiing and text advertising the book "Skiing in the East: The Best Trails and How to Get There" from the American Guide Series.
See America Cave Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the United States Travel Bureau in 1939. It depicts two people exploring a cavern, promoting the New Deal "See America" campaign.
commonwealth_w3763v299_access800.jpg
A postcard depicting swimmers at Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, Michigan created c. 1930-1945 by Tichner Brothers Publishers.
See America First US Travel Bureau Poster.jpg
A poster from the United States Travel Bureau, created by the Federal Arts Project, advertising the New Deal campaign "See America First" to encourage American citizens to engage in national tourism.
Illinois a Descriptive and Historical Guide.jpg
A poster advertising the Illinois state guidebook from the American Guide Series, "Illinois: A Descriptive and Historical Guide."
Henry Alsberg.jpg
Washington, D.C., December 6th Henry Alsberg defended the Federal Writers’ Project in front of the House Committee Investigating Un-American Activates.
FDR Speaking during a Radio Broadcast.jpg
Franklin Delano Roosevelt speaking during a radio broadcast.
Work Promotes Confidence Poster.jpg
A poster created by the Federal Arts Project for the Works Progress Administration that promoted workers to gain confidence from working.
Men Lined Up fpr Coffee.png
A photograph of unemployed men lined up outside a soup kitchen opened by Al Capone to receive free coffee in Chicago during the Great Depression.
Migrantmother.jpg
This image is a picture of a woman named Florence Thompson taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936. Commonly known as the "Migrant Mother" photo, this image shows Thompson surrounded by three of her children in California during the Great Depression.
American Guide Series Poster.jpg
A poster from the Federal Writers' Project advertising the American Guide series featuring a quote from Louis Bromfield, a writer for the New York Times.
Jeannie-and-Lynne-folklore.jpg
Directors of the Digital Folklife Project Lynne McNeil (left), assistant professor of English, and Jeannie Thomas, professor of English and head of the Department of English.
SCABOOK039No011-243.jpg
The Snake River Gorge from "Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture", the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-193.pdf
A list of tours found on page 193 in “Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture”, the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-176.pdf
A map of Idaho State Products from “Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture”, the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-083.jpg
An aerial view of Boise, Idaho from “Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture”, the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-082.jpg
An image of the Sawtooth Mountains from “Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture”, the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-007.pdf
Page 7 from “Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture”, the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-447.jpg
Images of Promontory Point and a pack-mule for the postal service from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-446.jpg
Images of Frisco, Utah and Butch Cassidy and his gang from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-445.jpg
Images of pictures of Green River, Utah and men quarrying granite to build a Mormon temple from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New…
SCABOOK039No044-444.jpg
This is an image of Ogden Canyon from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-253.pdf
Page 253, the right half of a map of Salt Lake City, Utah from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-252.pdf
Page 252, the left half of a map of Salt Lake City, Utah from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-191.pdf
The first page of the Logan section, page 191, from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-142.pdf
This is an image of the Recreation section, page 142, from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-097.jpg
Images of pictures of the Logan Temple and the St. George tabernacle from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-052.pdf
The first page of the Mormon Pioneers section, page 52, from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-043.jpg
Images of pictures of Sipapu Natural Bridge and the Natural Bridges National Monument from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-042.jpg
This is an image of two pictures of the Goosenecks of San Juan and the Rainbow Bridge from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No044-003.pdf
This is an image of the first page of the essay "The Contemporary Scene," page 3, from “Utah: A Guide to the State”, the Utah State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Utah Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal.
SCABOOK039No011-003.pdf
The title page, page 3, from "Idaho: A Guide in Word and Picture", the Idaho State guidebook from the American Guide Series created by the Idaho Federal Writers’ Project during the New Deal. 1937.
306px-American_guide_week,_Nov._10-16_LCCN92500637.jpg
The image is of a New Deal poster advertising American Guide Week from Nov. 10th-16th.
Bushnell_malaria_003.jpg
This 2005 photograph depicted a female Anopheles albimanus mosquito, while she was feeding on a human host, thereby, becoming engorged with blood . Like other species in the genus Anopheles, A. albimanus adults hold the major axis of the body more…
Bushnell_Malaria_002.gif
U.S. Marines suffering from malaria in a rough field hospital on Guadalcanal, probably in October, 1942.
Bushnell_penicillin_003.jpg
United States Federal Government World War II poster, showing a man sitting up in a hospital bed, smiling, reading a magazine and smoking a cigarette, with the caption "Penicillin / THE NEW LIFE-SAVING DRUG / Saves Soldiers' Lives / Men who might…
  • of 184