Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) (1933-1942)
- Existence: 1933 - 1942
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Records consists of ten digital, scanned copies of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Arcadia Veteran bulletins for March-September 1939, November 1939-January 1940.
Includes nine (9) hand-drawn plans and blueprints of structures (with accompanying maps) built by the Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees in Exeter, Rhode Island during the 1930s.
These records consist of two large pictures showing Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) workers and camp facilities labeled for the 1186th company of the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC), in Escoheag, Rhode Island. These images are circa 1939-1940. The records also include a large class picture for Gilbert Stuart Middle School, June 1944. The photographer is listed as from Providence, R.I.
The Webster M. Pidgeon Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) papers include photographs, clippings and convention memorabilia related to the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).