Friday, June 24, 2016

WPA Robin Hood

Above: The description for this 1938 photo reads: "Hand carved wooden dolls representing famous characters of fiction and history are part of the display of the WPA exhibition of skills of the unemployed in the National Museum [today called the "National Museum of Natural History"]. These dolls are hand carved in wood on a Minnesota Handicraft  project and are used as visual education models in schools, libraries and museums. In the picture is shown 'Robin Hood'." Photo courtesy of the National Archives, record group 69.

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