This booklet describes a number of work relief projects operating in Milwaukee County in the 1930s with lasting positive impacts on the county. Highlights include construction of the Village of Greendale by the WPA and Resettlement Authority, support for health department inoculations of children, introduction of hot lunch programs for rural school children, construction of the Milwaukee water filtration plant, toy loan projects, and development of one of the finest park systems in the nation.
Quinn, Lois M., "They Built Our Community: Relief Work during the Great Depression" (2010). ETI Publications. Paper 29.