WPA workers help rescue people from the flooded area and Harry Hopkins visit the flooded area in the United States.
United States USA Date:1937 Duration:3 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
WPA (Works Progress Administration) units carry out relief projects in flooded areas in the United States. The floods in a town. The water entering the town. The fields flooded with water. Damage due to floods. Aeriel view of the flooded area. Houses submerged in water. The water on streets. Several views of damaged buildings and submerged houses in water. The workers of the WPA help the people to rescue. They take the people stucked in their houses aboard a boat. Several views of the workers helping the people to rescue. The WPA workers on the snow area. The victims are provided woolen clothes by the workers. Red Cross nurses in a hospital. They treat the wounded. The workers carry wooden planks on their shoulder. The WPA workers fill sand bags. The workers lay sand bags near a river. Director of WPA Harry Hopkins inspects flooded areas. The workers remove the wreckage. The wreckage on the ground. The workers remove the wreckage.
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