Century of Progress International Exposition
A Century of Progress Exposition, also know as the Chicago World’s Fair, launched May 27, 1933. In honor of this event, the Department of Labor exhibited “Labor Through the Century, 1833-1933.” The exhibit featured 40 images designed to portray the history of American labor, its progress and its problems, since 1833.
Records of the War Relocation Authority
In 1942, the US Treasury was responsible for protecting the property left behind by interned Japanese Americans. This collection consists of selected records that reflect the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's tasks in assisting evacuees and arranging the disposition of property.