"Jimmie Driver and his Tennessee Playboys" band. Pictured are three guitar players, one fiddle player, one banjo player, a harmonica player, and a spoons player with each holding his instrument. The caption on the front of the photograph...
A flag raising at the barracks of Camp Sam Houston features a row of men facing the flag as it is raised in the center of the camp. The photograph was taken as the flag was being raised so the flag is blurry in the image.
A small ensemble of musicians from Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 1466, Camp Sam Houston. The instruments featured include a trombone, snare drum, guitar, saxophone, tuba, upright piano, and a washboard.
Certificate acknowledging Charles Edward Rutherford's promotion to Assistant Leader for Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 417, by Joseph C. Matthews, Jr., Captain 321st Infantry, Commanding Compay 417, Civilian Conservation Corps.
Military uniforms; Military personnel; Military officers
Civilian Conservation Corps 1937 Yearbook image of Colonel George Dillman, Commander of the 6th Cavalry Regiment and the District Commander of "C" District of the Civilian Conservation Corps, Fourth Corps Area
Civilian Conservation Corps dining hall in Powells Station, Tennessee. An inscription on the back reads: "This camp on Morris Freeway Hwy #441 at Knox & Anderson county line." "Sent by Otto F. Haslbauer Norris" is also written on the back of the...
Clubs; Fire alarms; Bells; Signals; Communication devices
Five Civilian Conservation Corps members in a mix of dress and work uniforms pose on and in front of the circular gong used to notify the camp of fire and meal time. One of the men is holding the hammer used to strike the gong and sound the alarm.