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1. State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-12-14 State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-12-14 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; projects; employment; Claude H. Moran; Yakima; Arthur S. Douglas ; Allotments exceeding $183,000, received today by Claude Moran, district WPA director, are expected to provide jobs for 500 to 600 persons, Moran said tonight. When the projects will start was indefinite,...

2. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1935-09-30 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1935-09-30 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; officers; Fort George Wright, Washington; photographs; W. J. Moran; G. Storaasli; I. Mechanek; J. M. Gleason; J. A. Leibert; C. L. Foss; Rosh Hashana; celebrations Officers attend Rosh Hashana services at Fort
Left to right: Chaplain W. J. Moran, Chaplain G. Storaasli, Lieutenant I. Mechanek, Chaplain J. M. Gleason, Chaplain J. A. Leibert, Chaplain C. L. Foss....

3. State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-11-06 State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-11-06 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; projects; federal funds; Yakima, Washington; Claude H. Moran; employment ; An allocation of $4000 federal funds to repair the Yakima national guard armory and another of $15,916 for state fairgrounds improvement here, have been made, Claude Moran, district WPA administrator,...

4. State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1936-05-08 State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1936-05-08 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; projects; Claude Moran; Dry Falls State Park; Grand Coulee ; Claude Moran, WPA administrator, announces the authorization of an expenditure of $3000 in PWA funds for improvement of the Dry Falls state park in the Grand coulee.

5. State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-08-31 State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-08-31 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; projects; Claude Moran; Ed Watts; Frank Green; Lee M. Lampson ; Two new WPA projects to provide work this winter have been approved by Claude Moran, district administrator. One 9is the grading of all the city streets from Front street south to the canal, in preparation...

6. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-07 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-07 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Coulee City, Washington; Dry Falls State Park; Grand Coulee, Washington; Claude Moran Claude Moran, WPA administrator, announces the authorization of an expenditure of $3000 in PWA funds for improvement of the Dry Falls State Park in the Grand Coulee.

7. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-08 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-08 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Coulee City, Washington; Dry Falls State Park; Grand Coulee; Claude Moran To improve Dry Falls Park
Claude Moran, WPA administrator, announces the authorization of an expenditure of $3000 in PWA funds for improvement of the Dry Falls State Park in the Grand Coulee.

8. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-08 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-05-08 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Coulee City, Washington; Dry Falls State Park; Grand Coulee; Claude Moran To improve Dry Falls Park
Claude Moran, WPA administrator, announces the authorization of an expenditure of $3000 in PWA funds for improvement of the Dry Falls State Park in the Grand Coulee.

9. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1935-09-18 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1935-09-18 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Pateros, Washington; Yakima, Washington; John H. Ferryman; C. H. Moran; Harry Austin; Alvin Erickson; Marian Farias; water supply; Pateros School Pateros school asking $25,000 WPA project
The opening of a local WPA office, with John H. Ferryman as supervisor, was announced today by C. H. Moran of Yakima, District Director of the Works Progress...

10. State history. Works Progress Administration. Employment and Wages. 1936-03-24 State history. Works Progress Administration. Employment and Wages. 1936-03-24 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; pay; wages; employment; Yakima, Washington; Claude Moran; Wiley Williams; Ed Conrad; C. W. Brockman; C. W. Thompson; minimum wage 1200 WPA checks await decision
Official word of raise has not yet arrived.
Since delay in the definite readjustment of the WPA wage situation in this district affects pay checks amounting to several...

11. State history. Works Progress Administration. Certification. 1936-02-06 State history. Works Progress Administration. Certification. 1936-02-06 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; certifications; eligibility; George H. Gannon; Claude Moran ; No word has been received from George Gannon, state WPA head, on possible cancellation of the ruling requiring all men who go to work on WPA jobs to have been on relief between May 1 and Nov. 1, 1935,...

12. State history. Works Progress Administration. Miscellaneous. 1936-04-30 State history. Works Progress Administration. Miscellaneous. 1936-04-30 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; Claude Moran; W. A. Ritz; flood control project; wages; Associated Press; Walla Walla, Washington; Seattle, Washington; Yakima, Washington; Paul Meyer; army engineers; protest; Lee Hopkins; hunger; Major H.A. Skerry ; Checks delayed in Seattle offices but will be sent here by special messenger, Moran declares. Checks for 250 WPA workmen on the flood control project, the ones who engaged in an orderly and peaceful protest...

13. Northwest history. Mining. Machinery & equipment. 1935-07-26 Northwest history. Mining. Machinery & equipment. 1935-07-26 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining machinery; mining equipment; mining engineering; Wilbur, Washington; Kartar region; Forrester & Shaughnessy; Moran; Columbia river; Wilbur-Keller ferry ; Woman mines $35 gold daily - Operations are reported to be resuming on mines in the Kartar region. The plant of the Forrester & Shaughnessy mine is equipped with a 40-horse power engine and a Moran 3 1/2...

14. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Camps. 1936-09-16 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Camps. 1936-09-16 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Camps; Herman F. Rathjen; Homer Lipps; William S. Barrett; Hoyt E. Henriques; Clyde B. Leasure; Elbert W. A. Taylor; Wallace S. Douglas; Henry R. Hoon; Homer D. Barnes; Charles H. Voeller; William J. Moran; Elsmore Rushton; Leo B. Hogan; Erwin F. Goldman; Victor E. Lewis; Gilbert H. Gordon; Prescott S. Kanarr; J. H. Hughes; Fred Erb; Ray J. White; Harry Baker; Gordon A. Day; H. L. Reill; Robert B. Rogers ; Expect 16 camps. - Lewiston ccc district may be expanded for winter. - Major Rathjen is speaker. - Retiring commander addresses chamber luncheon -- refutes militarism charge by critics. - The size of the...

15. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; J. A. Leibert; Leo Cohen; Adolph Fink; Louis Farrell; Philip Doddridge; J. M. Gleason; C. L. Foss; W. J. Moran ; Unique service for Jewish ccc. - All faiths join in making possible holy day rites. - Jewish rabbis, Catholic priests and Protestant ministers in the chaplain service of the army cooperated in bringing...

16. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1936-10-04 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1936-10-04 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; officers; Lewiston CCC district; photographs; Elsmore Rushton; J. H. Hughes; Hoyt Henriques; Herman F. Rathjen; Elbert W. A. Taylor; Homer D. Barnes; Victor E. Lewis; Erwin F. Goldman; Prescott S. Kanarr; Wallace S. Douglas; Charles Voller; William J. Moran; William S. Barret; C. B. Leasure; Gilbert Gordon; Henry R. Hoon; Marcus Kelly Guide destinies of Lewiston CCC district
Officers in charge of activities of the Lewiston district of the Civilian Conservation Corps are pictured above at Spalding Hall headquarters on the Lewiston...

17. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Boxing. 1936-09-05 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Boxing. 1936-09-05 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Sports; Boxing; Lewiston CCC district; J. H. Hughes; William S. Barret; Lloyd Harris; Homer D. Barnes; Erving S. Cook; W. J. Moran; Harry B. Nelson; James Evans; Henry R. Hoon; Marius P. Hanford CCC sluggers seek titles here today
Preliminary bouts to begin at 9 A.M. to determine champs at all weights--finals on tap Monday
Boxing champions in all weights for the Lewiston CCC district will...

18. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Sports. General. 1936-09-13 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Sports. General. 1936-09-13 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Sports; General; Softball; Ping Pong; Horseshoe; Lewiston CCC district; Garfield CCC camp; Red River CCC camp; Pullman CCC camp; Upper Beaver CCC camp; Moscow CCC camp; O'Hara CCC camp; Dayton CCC camp; E. A. Thurman; H. R. Hoon; W. J. Moran CCC champs meet
Horseshoe, ping-pong titlists decided at headquarters
Dust postpones softball
Three games to determine winners on diamond scheduled today--Moscow takes two titles
Champions...

19. State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-11-08 State history. Works Progress Administration. Appropriations, allotments & approvals. 1935-11-08 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; projects; Cle Elum; storm sewer; Roslyn; Claude H. Moran; Comptroller General John R. McCarl; Yakima; Dominick Magnetti ; Work on Cle Elum's long-awaited storm sewer work project started yesterday, while workers began work on a part of the Roslyn school buildings project Tuesday.

20. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1935-11-16 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1935-11-16 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Grand Coulee Dam, Washington; sewage management; L. R. White; Claude H. Moran; Yakima, Washington Water system for Grand Coulee near
The much-needed sewer system for Grand Coulee appeared to be a step nearer, with the announcement that the WPA had approved the project and had made an allotment therefore....
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