ROOSEVELT AND THE NEW DEAL: USEFUL LINKS
NEW DEAL NETWORK: A comprehensive student and educator resource that includes documents, photos and lesson plans.
AMERICA FROM THE GREAT DEPRESSION TO WORLD WAR II -- PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE FSA-0WI, 1935-1945: A massive collection of more than 160,000 images taken by Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information photographers and assembled by the American Memory Project.
BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, POSTERS FROM THE WPA, 1936-1943: More than nine hundred New Deal posters from the American Memory Project of the Library of Congress.
FDR CARTOON ARCHIVE: A database from New York State's Niskayuna High School assembled with the cooperation of the FDR Presidential Library.
FIRESIDE CHATS OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: The transcripts of 33 radio addresses by Roosevelt to the American public stretching chronologically from 1933 to 1944.
NEW DEAL: A concise description from the Reader's Companion to American History.
NEW DEAL: A series of encyclopedia entries from the Spartacus educational site.
NEW DEAL: A very brief introduction from a British exam revision site.
NEW DEAL AGENCIES: A small table from About.Com that provides the names of the major New Deal agencies.
NEW DEAL CULTURAL PROGRAMS -- EXPERIMENTS IN CULTURAL DEMOCRACY: Text from Don Adams and Arlene Goldbard describing the Roosevelt administration's support for the arts.
NEW DEAL FOR THE ARTS: A virtual exhibit from the American National Archives on 1930s-era publicly-funded art.
NEW DEAL ART DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION: A web-site that focuses upon the WPA Murals.
NEW DEAL STAGE -- SELECTIONS FROM THE FEDERAL THEATRE PROJECT, 1935-1939: Playscripts and other materials from the American Memory Project and the Music Division of the Library of Congress.
WIKIPEDIA -- NEW DEAL: An introduction from the on-line encyclopedia.
DOCUMENTING THE DEPRESSION: An audio feature from Lisa Simeone February 23, 2002 that examines Children of the Depression, a collection of 1930s-era photos.
FDR DEATH ANNIVERSARY: A brief April 12, 1999 radio segment on the anniversary of Roosevelt's sudden 1945 death in Warm Springs, Georgia.
"FIRESIDE CHAT" ANNIVERSARY -- FDR'S MICROPHONE MASTERY: A March 12, 2004 Day to Day segment on the anniversary of Roosevelt's first radio address.
NEW DEAL PROGRAMS: A May 1, 1997 "Talk of the Nation" special on the legacies of the Roosevelt administration's social policies.