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About the Project

The Great Depression in Washington State Project is a mutlimedia web project based at the University of Washington in Seattle. It represents a collaboration between faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and community members. Funding for the project has been generously provided by the Simpson Center for the Humanities and the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies at the University of Washington. This site joins a collection of Pacific Northwest Labor and Civil Rights Projects based at the University of Washington and directed by Prof. James Gregory.