Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939; Concessions (Amusements, etc.)
A young man posing in front of merchandise in the PX of the 496th Civilian Conservation Corps Company. Various items are for sale in the stand, including tobacciana, pencils, key cases, candy, and chewing gum. Note: PX is an abbreviation for...
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939; Pipe -- Hydrodynamics; Roads -- Design and construction
A man inspecting a concrete pipe manufactured by the Civilian Conservation Corps for use in constructing forest roads. Five rows of pipes are visible, the second of which has planks of wood, presumably for rolling the heavy concrete pipes in order...
Recreation hall at the Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Lewis County, Tennessee. Benches line the walls and two table tennis tables can be seen at the far end of the room. Other tables, possibly for cards or other games, can also be seen.
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Work Camps; African Americans -- Segregation
Aerial view of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp at the Shelby City Negro State Park, renamed the T. O. Fuller State Park. The camp with its long barracks and the roads leading through the heavily forested park are easily visible.
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939
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.
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939; Carpentry; Technical education; Vocational education
Eight woodworking students outside the Camp Sam Houston workshop. The students hold various kinds of saws, hammers, drills, and squares. A sign above the workshop door reads, "Educational Department Work Shop" and features an image of a crossed...
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939; Newsletters; Caricatures and cartoons; Comic Books, strips, etc.
Cartoon from the Camp Wiley Post Wilderness Messenger, Volume 1, Number 3, featuring a GI explaining to a woman that he will be in a camp play called "Tom Mix and His Horse," to which she responds, "That's Great! Who's going to be Tom Mix?"