Photograph of W.P.A. workers constructing the Hooper Avenue storm drain, 1937. At center, extending into the distance, a deep trench held open by wooden framework can be seen. At right, men stand along the edge, the frontmost man dressed in a suit and hat. At left, construction equipment and a crane can be seen. At right, commercial buildings are visible.; Legible signs from left to right include: "Novelty Brass Works. Flood Lightning", "[...] of Bags", "Weiners [...] Metal [...]", "Junk", "We buy all kinds of W[...] Paper. Rags. Bottles. [...]" and "Macmill[an]".