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Register of the State Emergency Relief Administration (SERA) Records for San Joaquin County, Calif., 1933-1941
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Box Box 1

Background & Establishment of SERA; Early Projects 1933-Spring 1934

 

Folder 1: Misc. Papers pertaining to establishment of SERA 1933

 

-Wm. A. Smith, Secty., Gov. James Rolph, Jr. to CES, 12-23-32 [acknowledges CES assertion that SJ Co. doesn't require state assistance]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. Resolution to apply for Reconstruction Finance Corp. loans for care of indigents, 3-13-33 [15 l.; incl. acct. of expenditures by month for 1932]

 

 

-Wm. A. Smith, Secty. of Gov. James Rolph, Jr. to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 3-30-33 [announces appt. of R.C. Branion, Emergency Relief Administrator, "to supervise county applications for loans from the Reconstruction Finance Corp."]

 

-R.C. Branion, State Emergency Relief Administrator to Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 4-1-33 [warns Bd. not to publicize amt. recd. from RFC for fear of increase in applications for aid]

 

-"Proposed work for April 1933 to provide jobs for the unemployed," source unident. [list of projects w/ number men requeired for each]

 

-List of foodstuffs on hand on March 1 and April 1, 1933 w/ dollar value for each

 

-R.C. Branion, State Emergency Relief Administrator to C.E. Steinegul,Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 5-3-33 [telegram stating that RFC loan application is approved]

 

-County/City costs [for unspec. expenditure], 5-8-33 [on orange scrap]

 

-H.R. 4606 (5-12-33) [text of act establishing FERA]

 

-R.C. Branion to Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., n.d. [May? 1933] [provides amt. lent to SJ Co. for May by Reconstruc- tion Finance Corp. for care of indigents]

 

-Do., n.d. [May? 1933] [instructions on changeover financing from RFC to FERA]

 

-RCB to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 5-16-33 [discusses cty. arrangements w/ Salvation Army for care of indigents]

 

-Vierling Kersey, State Supt. Public Instr. to City, Cty. & Distr. Supts. of Schools, 5-27-33 [re potential use of SERA funds by school authorities]

 

-R.C. Branion, Emergency Relief Administrator to Bd. Supervisors all counties, n.d. [re use of relief labor on school grounds]

 

-RCB to C.E. Steinegul, Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Supervisors, 6-1-33 [request for itemized stmt. of SJ Co. relief expenditures which state must send to FERA to get money]

 

-RCB to CES, 6-1-33 [letter of intro for Elmer J. Larson of SJ Co. who is seeking employment]

 

-J. Emmett Hayden, Chmn. SF Bd. Sup. to C.E. Steinegul, Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 6-5-33 [notes that SF passed "Yes on 2" resolution, asks SJ Co. to do same; incl. copy resolution & printed copy ballot measure]

 

-Sen. Roy Fellom, Chmn. Calif. Unemployment Relief Bonds Comm. to Chmn. Bd. Supervisors, 6-6-33 [covering letter for "Yes on 2" comm.; incl. broadside favoring "Yes on 2"]

 

-Calif. State Dept. Soc. Welfare. "Payment of active and pending state aid cases from reconstruction finance corporation funds," [6-6-33]

 

-R.C. Branion, Emergency Relief Administrator. "Emergency policy involving possible use of federal funds for cases ordinarily on state aid," 6-7-33. [incl. covering letter; 4 l.]

 

-RCB to C.E. Steinegul, Chmn. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 6-9-33 [telegram; guarantees federal maximum pmt. of one third county relief expenditures for Jul-Sep, 1933]

 

-RCB to F.E. Lane, Stockton, 6-19-33 [re need to take problems to local Bd. Sup., not State]

 

-RCB to C.E. Steinegul, Chmn. Bd. SJ Co. Supervisors, 6-19-33 [brief explanation of how county & federal funds are to be used in new relief programs]

 

-RCB to CES, 6-19-33 [guarantees $5,000 extra funds for June]

 

-FERA. "Rules & regulations governing expenditures of Federal Emergency Relief Fund," 6-23-33 [2 l.]

 

-RCB to CES, 6-29-33 [re potential use of SERA funds by counties]

 

-Rheba C. Splivalo, Dir. State Dept. Soc. Welfare to C.E. Steinegul, 6-30-33 [covering letter for expl. of state aid cases to be pd. by federal monies for CES' review]

 

-RCB to CES, 6-30-33 [re establishment of County Emergency Relief Comm. to "grant and supervise unemployment relief loans"]

 

-RCB to CES, 7-9-33 [telegram; specifies size & selection rules for Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-Eugene D. Graham, Cty. Clk. SJ Co. to R.C. Branion, 7-11-33 [covering letter for list of recommended names for County Emergency Relief Comm.; 2 copies of list of names]

 

-State Emergency Relief Administration. "Emergency food collec- tion and distribution," 7-18-33 [3 l.]

 

-RCB to CES, 7-18-33 [telegram, 2 l.; sets federal funds alloca- tion at one third of cty. expenditures]

 

-The Recovery Reporter (N.R.A.) bull. no. 8 (8-21-33) [4 l.; contains articles re State Advisory Board to Federal Public Works Fund and relief for transients]

 

-FERA. "Rule & regulation no. 6," n.d. [re purchase of supplies w/ federal funds]

 

-Rheba C. Splivalo to CES, 9-6-33 [covering letter re Pauper Act]

 

-RCB to CES, 9-8-33 [okay on list of names for Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. to Appointees to SJ Co. Emergency Relief Comm., 9-11-33 [letter of appointment]

 

-List of appointees to County Emergency Relief Comm., 9-11-33

 

-W.H. Falconbury to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 9-12-33 [declines appointment to Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-RCB to "All Cty. Comm. & Relief Admin.," n.d. [2 l.] [outlines procedure for starting FERA projects locally]

 

-RCB to Bd. Sup. & Cty. ER Comm., n.d. [covering letter & forms for loan applications under Un- employment Relief Bond Act of 1933; 9 l.]

 

-Organizational chart of President's Reemployment Agreement Campaign as applied to Calif., n.d.

 

-CES to A.J. Nourse, 9-13-33 [confidential note re agenda of lst meeting Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-Eugene D. Graham, SJ Co. Clk. to RCB, 9-14-33 [notifies RCB that Falconbury will not be on ER Comm.]

 

-The Recovery Reporter (N.R.A.) Bull. no. 15 (9-14-33) [article re tenative allocation of public works monies]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. to Members, Cty. ER Comm., n.d. [summons to lst meeting together w/ description agenda]

 

-M.B. Pratt, State Forester to CES, 9-16-33 [covering letter for pamphlet on work of CCC]

 

-Eugene D. Graham, SJ Co. Clk. to RCB, 9-18-33 [notifies RCB that Winifield Montgomery will not be on ER Comm.]

 

-RCB to CES, 9-27-33 [reassurance of continued federal pmt. of one third cty. relief expenditures]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. to Rheba C. Splivalo, 10-3-33 [request for continued stay of Miss Cronin in Cty. Welfare Dept.]

 

-RCB to CES, 10-10-33 [SERA policy re pmt. of relief to workers on strike]

 

-The Recovery Reporter Bull. no. 17 (10-14-33) [article on plans for coordination of all recovery agencies]

 

-R.E. Towne, Clk. SJ Co. Bd. Sup. to RCB, 10-20-33 [request for confirmation of Edwin Stephens to Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-Aleeta Brownlee, Asst. Admin. SERA to R.E. Towne, Clk. SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 10-26-33 [E.B. Stephens appt. Dir. Emergency Relief SJ Co.]

 

-CES to RCB, 11-1-33 [re inability of SJ Co. or local charities to pay for transient needs any longer]

 

-CES to RCB, 11-1-33 [letter of application for $12,000 in revolving fund for indigent relief]

 

-Application form for above $12,000, 11-2-33

 

-CES to RCB, 11-4-33 [telegram; new recommendations for Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-CES to Gov. James Rolph, Jr., 11-7-33 [2 l.] [brings to Rolph's attention fact that indigents who have been in cty. for more than one yr. but less than three don't qualify for any federal or state aid]

 

-Guard C. Darrah, SJ Co. DA to Railroad Commission of Calif., 11-7-33 [requests permission to continue storing food for indigent in Union Ice & Cold Storage Co. warehouse free of chg.]

 

-Mrs. Frank E. Humphrey, Secty., Washoe General Hospital to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 11-15-33 [thank you note for visit to SJ Genl. Hospital]

 

-RCB to Bd Sup of Counties, 11-16-33 [covering letter for telegram sent to Cty. ER Comm.]

 

-RCB [to Bd. Sup. of Counties], 11-16-33 [telegram] [new forms to be issued for new applications "shortly"]

 

-J.M. Roberts, SERA to F.H. Johnson, Auditor, Stockton, 11-29-33 [states which payrolls must be met w/ federal relief funds]

 

-E.B. Stephens, Civil Works Administration of SJ Co. to Mr. Steinagle [sic], Chmn. Bd. Sup., 12-21-33 [covering letter & other papers relating to pmt. of CWA project payrolls by FERA; 5 l.]

 

Folder 2: Corresp. re State Camp for Indigents in SJ Co.

 

-Aleta Brownlee, SERA to C.E. Steinegul, 11-2-33 [promises funds for indigent camp by 11-15]

 

-Lawrence C. Merriam, Distr. Officer State Park Conservation Work to CES, 11-8-33 [re employment of local relief workers on parks]

 

 

-R.C. Branion to Bd. Sup., 11-12-33 [covering letter for telegram & telegram re establishment State Civil Works Administration]

 

-Stuart Moir, Admn. State Labor Camps to CES, 11-13-33 [explains that camps run by Dept. Natural Resources]

 

-CES to D.H. Blood, Dir. Dept. Natural Resources, 11-16-33 [explains that SJ Co. insurance won't cover camp workers if camp is administered by a State dept.; 2 l.]

 

-D.H. Blood to CES, 11-19-33 [explains that camps will be operated by CWA through Dept. Natural Resources & that not special agmt. necessary w/ county; telegram]

 

-Stuart Moir to CES, 12-8-33 [regrets inability to attend SJ Co Bd. Sup. Meeting; squelches rumor that camp not to be]

 

-CES to Stuart Moir, 12-11-33 [explains need for camp: i.e. 200 men w/out place at Fairgrounds camp & unemployable by CWA due to insufficient jobs allotment for county]

 

-Stuart Moir to CES, 12-13-33 [giving consideration to extra camps on Mokelumne R.]

 

-M.B. Pratt to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 12-15-33 [announces scrapping of old agmt. w/ objectionable clauses & submission of new agmt. for co. to sign]

 

-Bruce McClure, Secty., CWA to Frank H. Buck, U.S. H. of R., 3-10-34 [describes hours & pay for workers in camps]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. Resolution to enter into contract w/ SERA, 6-18-34

 

-H.A.R. Carleton to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 6-25-34 [covering letter explaining agmt.; 3 l.]

 

-Agmt. [3 l.]

 

Folder 3: CWA & its relationship to SERA

 

-Guard Darrah, DA, SJ Co. to Pierce Williams, Reg. Dir. CWA, 12-26-33 [lists projects cty. would like to initiate]

 

-CES to SJ Co. Congressmen, n.d. [petition for continuance of CWA services]

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. Resolution absolving CWA of liability for damages in drainage maintenance work, 1-2-34

 

-R.C.B. to Chmn. Cty. ER Comm., 1-9-34 [Harry Hopkins, head of CWA, urges more care in taking men onto relief rolls]

 

-R.N. Shoreen, Underwriter, State Compensation Insurance Fund to Eugene D. Graham, Clk., Bd. Sup., 1-11-34 [states guidelines for pay rates vis a vis insurance covg.]

 

-Frank H. Buck, U.S. H. of R. to CES, 1-30-34 [doubts CWA will continue past May, notes that it was launched as a temporary expedient]

 

-Harry L. Hopkins, Dir. CWA to [Whom it may concern], 2-16-34 [announces beginnings of phase-out of CWA; 2 l.]

 

-CES to Edward Macauley, CWA Calif. Admin., 2-19-34 [protests apparent rejection of road bldg. project; 2 l.]

 

-E.B. Stephens, Dir. SJ Co. CWA to CES, 2-27-34 [describes new insurance procedure for CWA workers]

 

-Harry L. Hopkins, Dir. CWA to all CWA Admin., 3-6-34 [describes procedures for CWA phase-out; 4 l.]

 

-Frank H. Buck, U.S. H. of R. to CES, 3-13-34

 

-SJ Co. Bd. Sup. Resolution ratifying & confirming list of CWA projects in SJ Co., 4-2-34 [5 l.]

 

-R.C. Branion, Dir. SERA to CES, 4-26-34 [discusses unfinished CWA projects being taken over by SERA]

 

-"According to information received...," source unident. [probably CES], n.d. [stmt. of concern about where relief revenues may come from; reaction to R.C. Branion's public stmt. that CWA & SERA are both going to shut down, 3 l.]

 

Folder 4: Conf. Supervisors & City Officials, Sacto. 4-12-34

 

-Proceedings [22 l.] [Meeting considers federal, state & cty. relief regulations]

 

Folder 5: Misc. Papers re early activities SERA Jan.-May 1934

 

-R.C. Branion, Dir. SERA to Cty. Bd. Sup., 1-18-34 [outlines application procedures for loan under Unemployment Relief Bond Act of 1933; 8 l.]

 

-H.C. Peterson, M.D. to SJ Co. Bd. Sup., 2-1-34 [re resignation of Edwin Stephens as Chmn. Cty. ER Comm. to work full-time for CWA]

 

-N.P. Gonser, Chmn., Fresno Cty. Bd. Sup. to R.C.B., 3-29-34 [detailed descr. aims, purposes & conditions under which FERA Unemployment Relief operates; 5 l.]

 

-R.C.B. to Fresno Cty. Bd. Sup., 3-31-34 [telegram, 2 l.]

 

-N.P. Gonser to R.C.B., 4-3-34 [states that cty. does not plan to borrow from State Unemployment Bond money; 2 l.]

 

-N.P. Gonser to Gov. James Rolph, Jr., 4-3-34 [complains of federal govt. compelling cty. to borrow to participate in Relief Works Administration; 2 l.]

 

-Fresno Cty. Bd. Sup. to Harry Hopkins, Dir. FERA, 4-13-34 [request for clarification on borrowing issue]

 

-Gov. James Rolph, Jr. to N.P. Gonser, 4-16-34 [response to Gonser complaint; 3 l.]

 

-N. Calif. Bds. Sup. to Harry Hopkins, 4-18-34 [requests for clarification on borrowing issue]

 

-Do. to Sen. Hiram Johnson, 4-18-34 [re same as above; 2 l.]

 

-Wm. A. Smith, Gov. J. Rolph's Secty. to CES, 4-28-34 [covering letter for Gonser corresp. above]

 

-Forms for application for loan from SERA bonds sales, 5-29-34 [2 l.]

 

-"Resolution of Emergency Relief Committee of county of ..." [SERA form for ER Comm. to request Bd. Sup. to ask for loan]

 

-"An Ordinance to Authorize...county to borrow the sum of..." [SERA form for Bd. Sup. to apply for loan; 3 l.]

 

-"Claim of county for Unemployment Relief Loan Fund" [SERA form constitutes contract between State Emergency Relief Commission & county for loan]

 

-"Supervisors are against borrowing from the state," source unident., n.d. (c4-34) [photocopy newspaper clipping]

 

-"County makes formal protest to relief head"; "County objects to taking loan for relief work," source unident., n.d. (c4-34)[Stanislaus Co.; photocopy newspaper clipping]

 

Folder 6: General correspondence 1934

 

-6 items, 8 l.

 

Folder 7: Indexes to various SERA projects

 

-"Index to filed copies of SERA projects," n.d. [3 l.]

 

-List of projects on Bd. Sup. letterhead, n.d. [typescript w/ pencil annotations]

 

-"San Joaquin County Projects," n.d. [2 l.]

 

Folder 8: Project no. 1: San Joaquin Co. Hwy. Improvements 11-7-33

 

-1 item

 

Folder 9: Project no. 2: Woodcutting for indigent, Cty. Fairgrounds 11-7-33

 

-1 item

 

Folder 10: Project no. 3: Timekeepers & clerks for SJ Co. Emergency Relief Comm. 11-7-33

 

-1 item

 

Folder 11: Project no. 4: Cty. roadside improvements 11-7-33

 

-1 item

Box Box 2

SERA PROJECTS 1934

 

Folder 1: Reconstruction Cty. Fairgrounds 2-13

 

Folder 2: Alterations to grandstand, Cty. Fairgrounds 6-18

 

Folder 3: Camp for single, homeless men 6-18

 

Folder 4: Solicitation of cast-off clothing 6-25

 

Folder 5: Sewing project--Stockton 6-25

 

Folder 6: Woodcutting at Cty. Fairgrounds 6-25

 

Folder 7: Cty. commissary warehouse for food distribution 6-25

 

Folder 8: Men's labor camp at Cty. Fairgrounds 7-3

 

Folder 9: Rd. Wk., Copperopolis Rd. 7-13

 

Folder 10: Repairs to Ag. Bldg., Cty. Fairgrounds 7-20

 

Folder 11: Traffic count, 14 intersections 7-27

 

Folder 12: Repairs to bldgs., Cty. Fairgrounds 7-30

 

Folder 13: Clks./Welfare Dept. 8-8

 

Folder 14: Toilet bldg. constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 8-11

 

Folder 15: Rd. Wk., Lower Sacto. Rd. 8-13

 

Folder 16: Permanent ag exhibit, Cty. Fairgrounds 9-23

 

Folder 17: Rd. Wk., Copperopolis & Glenwood Rds. 8-29

 

Folder 18: Clks. to transcribe Ag Inspector's crop stats. 9-4

 

Folder 19: Rd. wk., Copperopolis Rd. 9-14

 

Folder 20: Survey bdry. betw. Sacto. & SJ Co.s 9-19

 

Folder 21: Mattress & quilt-making, Cty. Fairgrounds 9-20

 

Folder 22: Constr. tables, etc. for mattress project, Cty. Fairgrounds 9-20

 

Folder 23: Woodcutting--Escalon 9-24

 

Folder 24: Burial ground imprvmt. SJ Genl. Hospital 10-1

 

Folder 25: Demolition for salvage, SJ Genl. Hospital 10-3

 

Folder 26: Sewing project--Lodi 10-5

 

Folder 27: Rd. wk., Borden Hwy. 10-12

 

Folder 28: Sewing project--Tracy 10-15

 

Folder 29: Rd. wk., Lower Sacto. Rd. 10-15

 

Folder 30: Quilt-making project 10-19

 

Folder 31: Mattresses from surplus commodities project 10-19

 

Folder 32: Drafting SJ Co. Planning Comm. maps 10-24

 

Folder 33: Fence constr., SJ Genl. Hospital 10-24

 

Folder 34: Calf barn constr., SJ Genl. Hospital 10-24

 

Folder 35: Rd. wk., Borden Hwy. 10-25

 

Folder 36: Weed removal 10-29

 

Folder 37: Rodent control 10-29

 

Folder 37a: Fire exits constr., SJ Genl. Hospital 11-8

 

Folder 38: Storm sewer constr., Stkn. 11-22

 

Folder 39: Sewing project--Ripon 11-23

 

Folder 40: Woodcutting--Ripon 11-23

 

Folder 41: Planting ornamental trees 11-27

 

Folder 42: Flood control, Littlejohn Creek 11-27

 

Folder 43: Clks./Cty. welfare warehouse 11-29

 

Folder 44: Reconstr. fences 12-1

 

Folder 45: Weed control 12-5

 

Folder 46: Horse barn addtn., SJ Genl. Hospital 12-5

 

Folder 47: Woodcutting--Manteca 12-6

 

Folder 48: Grandstand alterations, Cty. Fairgrounds 12-6

 

Folder 49: Grape leafhopper control 12-10

 

Folder 50: Clks./Welfare Dept. 12-10

 

Folder 51: Clks./Assessor's Off. 12-10

 

Folder 52: Woodcutting--Cty. Fairgrounds 12-11

 

Folder 53: Woodcutting--Tracy 12-11

 

Folder 54: Demolition for salvage, Cty. Fairgrounds 12-14

 

Folder 55: Foremen/Men's Camp 12-15

 

Folder 56: Preparation for adobe brick production 12-17

 

Folder 57: Adobe brick production 12-18

 

Folder 58: Woodcutting--Escalon 12-20

 

Folder 59: Rd. wk., Borden Hwy. 12-22

 

Folder 60: Imprvmts., SJ Genl. Hospital 12-22

Box Box 3

SERA PROJECTS 1935

 

Folder 1: General correspondence

 

Folder 2: Imprvmts., SJ Genl. Hospital 1-2

 

Folder 3: Flood control, Calaveras R. 1-2

 

Folder 4: Flood control betw. Woodbridge/Thornton 1-3

 

Folder 5: Horse barn addtn., SJ Genl. Hospital 1-5

 

Folder 6: Clks. for transcribing Ag Inspector's stats. 1-8

 

Folder 7: Clks./Cty. School Supt. Off. 1-8

 

Folder 8: Woodcutting--Stkn. 1-9

 

Folder 9: Rd. wk., Shipley Rd. 1-11

 

Folder 10: Adobe brick prod., lst suppl. 1-11

 

Folder 11: Ag Park grandstand 1-14

 

Folder 12: Distr. surplus commodities 1-21

 

Folder 13: Rd. wk. Sharp's Ln. 1-26

 

Folder 14: Survey Weber Grant 1-31

 

Folder 15: Woodcutting--Ripon 1-31

 

Folder 16: Pest control 2-4

 

Folder 17: Clks./Clks. Off. 2-8

 

Folder 18: Adobe brick prod., Stkn. 2-9

 

Folder 19: Grandstand alteration, Cty. Fairgrounds 2-11

 

Folder 20: Adobe horsebarn constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 2-14

 

Folder 21: Roof tile prod., Cty. Fairgrounds 2-14

 

Folder 22: Weed control 2-15

 

Folder 23: Reconstr. right-of-way fences 3-18

 

Folder 24: Fire exits constr., SJ Genl. Hospital 3-22

 

Folder 25: Flood control, Littlejohn Ck. 4-1

 

Folder 26: Permanent ag. exhibit, Cty. Fairgrounds 4-1

 

Folder 27: Flood control Littlejohn Ck. 4-8

 

Folder 28: Woodcutting--Escalon 4-12

 

Folder 29: Ag. bldg. reconstr., Cty. Fairgrounds 4-17

 

Folder 30: Emergency flood control 4-18

 

Folder 31: Woodcutting--Tracy 4-19

 

Folder 32: Sidewalk, curb & gutter constr.--Ripon 4-29

 

Folder 33: Clks./Assessor's Off. 5-1

 

Folder 34: Woodcutting--Lodi 5-3

 

Folder 35: Display facilities, Cty. Fairgrounds 5-6

 

Folder 36: Grandstand alterations, Cty. Fairgrounds 5-7

 

Folder 37: Emergency flood control 5-7

 

Folder 38: Weed control 5-10

 

Folder 39: Painting & roofing, SJ Genl. Hospital 5-20

 

Folder 40: Emergency flood control suppl. 5-20

 

Folder 41: Poultry bldg. constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 5-27

 

Folder 42: Culverts, Burke-Naglee Irrig. Distr. 6-1

 

Folder 43: Adobe horsebarn constr. suppl., Cty. Fairgrounds 6-22

 

Folder 44: Clks./Welfare Dept. 6-24

 

Folder 45: Poultry bldg. constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 7-5

 

Folder 46: Foreman/Bldg. constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 7-5

 

Folder 47: Moving horsebarn, Cty. Fairgrounds 7-9

 

Folder 48: Judging ring, Cty. Fairgrounds 7-11

 

Folder 49: Public Bldg. reconstr., Cty. Fairgrounds 8-14

 

Folder 50: Poultry Bldg. constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 8-14

Box Box 4

BOX FOUR: SERA PROJECTS; MISC. PAPERS 1936-1941

 

Folder 1: PWA next hit --Blank forms & information pamphlets 1935-1938

 

Folder 2: Stmts. tool & eqpt. losses w/ pertinent corresp. 1935-36

 

Folder 3: Genl. corresp. 1937-41

 

Folder 4: Treeplanting 1-28-37

 

Folder 5: Surplus commodities distrib. 1/6-38

 

Folder 6: SERA Camp, State Hospital grnds. Spring 1938

 

Folder 7: previous hit PWA next hit Grant, Docket #1816: SJ Genl. Hospital addtn. 6-27-38

 

Folder 8: Landscaping, pest control, exhibit constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 8-1-38

 

Folder 9: Rd. constr., Jacobs Rd. bridge 9-7-38

 

Folder 10: Community garden project 10-8-38

 

Folder 11: previous hit PWA Grant, Docket #2317: Hwy. Bridges Constr. 5-8-39

 

Folder 12: Landscaping, pest control, exhibit constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 11-14-39

 

Folder 13: Genl. corresp. & misc. papers 1940

 

Folder 14: Landscaping, pest control, exhibit constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 4-29-40

 

Folder 15: Misc. work, Cty. Fairgrounds 6-3-40

 

Folder 16: Maintenance, Cty. Fairgrounds 6-16-40

 

Folder 17: Constr. fences, clearing weeds 3-17-41

 

Folder 18: Constr., repair, maintenance, SJ Genl. Hospital 3-24-41

 

Folder 19: Constr., pest control, exhibit constr., Cty. Fairgrounds 3-24-41

 

Folder 20: Maintenance, landscaping, Cty. Fairgrounds 3-24-41

 

Folder 21: Clearing weeds--cty. roads 3-24-41