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Dear Alexis Hill:
Thank you for posting your question to History Hub!
The Library of Congress holds several collections relating to the Federal Music Project, Federal Theatre Project, and Federal Writer's Project.
The Federal Music Project Collection and Federal Theatre Project Collection are in the custody of the Library's Music Division. You may read more detailed descriptions of the collections here: Federal Music Collection Finding Aid; Federal Theatre Project Finding Aid. You may contact staff in the Performing Arts Reading Room directly with any questions about the collections.
The Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress is the custodian of a collection of U.S. Works Project Administration Records (link to PDF finding aid), which includes materials from the Federal Writer's Project. You may contact Manuscript Reading Room staff regarding the collection here. Select items are also available online, including:
The Library's American Folklife Center also holds sound recordings of WPA life histories, stories, songs, and ballads. Contact American Folklife Center staff here.
We hope this information is helpful. Best of luck in your research!
Manuscript Reading Room Staff
Library of Congress