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Dear Mr Barclay:
This is in reply to your inquiry requesting additional information about the Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects.
The records related to the administrative aspects of the WPA, including project information, are maintained at our National Archives facility in College Park, Maryland.
Please write to:
National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (Civilian) (RD-DC-2-CIV)
National Archives at College Park
8601 Adelphi Road
College Park, MD 20740-6001
If you'd like information pertaining to an individual employed by the WPA please write into the National Archives in St. Louis, MO. Here is a link to the request form; Works Progress Administration (WPA), Personnel Records
National Archives and Records Administration, St. Louis, MO
I found this: "THE RAYMOND SCHOOL, The Common: Greek Revival Style Built in 1939 on land donated by Mary and Caroline Raymond. Built as a WPA Project." in the work: "Brief History of Royalston Historic District Houses" by Royalston Historic District Commission: http://www.royalston-ma.gov/HDC/References/HDC%20Owner%20History%202015-08-18.pdf
I would contact the Royalston Historic District directly for more info at: Historic District Commission | Town of Royalston
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I suggest you look at the information provided by The Living New Deal at: https://livingnewdeal.org/us/ma/page/15/ . There is not a huge amount of content on the school, but the site is a great source of New Deal information in general, and provides context on other projects in Massachusetts. Good luck!