President Franklin D. Roosevelt's message to the nation concerning the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936 is reproduced in the 1937 Civilian Conservation Corps Yearbook with the Civilian Conservation Corps insignia at the bottom of the page,...
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?"
State parks & reserves; Aerial views; Work camps; Administrative agencies; Public service employment; Forests
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.
Sculpture; Public sculpture; Monuments & memorials; Capitols; Soldiers; Firearms; Uniforms
The Alvin C. York Memorial on the southeast corner of the State Capitol grounds, Nashville, Tennessee. York, wearing a World War I uniform, is aiming a rifle; the Tennessee State Capitol is visible in the background.
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...
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.