National New Deal Preservation Association (NNDPA)

The National New Deal Preservation Association is a non profit organization made up of group of individuals, agencies, facilities and programs organized in December 1998.  Created to promote the identification, documentation, preservation and education of people about the New Deal. In addition, this includes the visual and performing arts, literature, crafts, structures and environmental projects.

The NNDPA logo, which appears throughout the website, was created by Jim Pirkl of Cazenovia, NY. This logo, which relevantly depicts the various segments of the New Deal projects that Americans worked together on between 1933-43 to save this nation. As a result, we are still reaping the benefits of their labors.

Hopefully by viewing this website, you will be desirous of joining us in learning more about preserving those beneficial New Deal treasures. Moreover, we also hope you will share your knowledge about the New Deal accomplishments from your family stories or your career experiences. We hope to hear from you – The NNDPA Board of Directors

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Our national office is in Santa Fe, NM, our mailing address is P.O. Box 602, Santa Fe, NM 87504-0602. We can be reached at 505-473-3985 or by cell at 505-690-5845. Our email address is 

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 Save the New Deal Turtle Fountain

The Turtle Fountain, a WPA New Deal sculpture created by Eugenie Shonnard in the 1930’s, as it appeared when it was once a courtyard centerpiece at the Carrie Tingley Polio Hospital for Children, photo circa 1970’s.  The facility now serves as the only New Mexico State Veterans Nursing Home in Truth or Consequences. Sadly, it now it stands broken, silent and in a state of disrepair. 





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