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    • Company 2527, Camp DG-3 - W.P.A. Project 728  Cricket Control

    • Camps; Pest control; Conservation and restoration; Agriculture; Insects
    • Work Project 728 showing dead and alive crickets. Workers from Camp DG-3 completed this pest control project. One rancher doubled his crops in 1936 over 1935 because of the cricket control program.
    • P2007-11Box1Folder2-01
    • Weiser - Soil Conservation Camp

    • Trucks; Camps; Vehicles
    • Weiser Conservation Service camp located on the North and South Highway, 8 miles northeast of Weiser, Idaho. Established July, 1939. A wrecked truck.
    • 72-28-90-113n
    • Camp Indianola - Accident

    • Trucks; Traffic accidents; Mountain roads; Rivers
    • Truck over the grade below Shoup, Idaho.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox5Folder34No24
Heyburn State Park - Cooking Shelter

    • Conservation and restoration; Camps; Recreation; Picnic grounds; Fireplaces; Masonry; State parks
    • This enclosed cooking area is one of the Civilian Conservation Corps projects completed by the enrollees during construction of the park in the 1930's
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox5Folder49b
    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Water project

    • Bridges; Water supply; Conservation and restoration; Equipment; Men; Springs
    • The men are working on the water source used to supply cement water troughs placed for livestock.
    • P2007-11cBox1Folder1
    • Presidents; Franklin Roosevelt

    • Presidents; History; Conservation and restoration; Conservation of natural resources;
    • The Father of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
    • S930_C59
    • Company 3272 - Publications 1

    • Newspapers; Camps; Cartoons (Commentary);
    • The Emerald Extra of the Drysdale Dispatch, a newsletter for Company 3272, F-189, Clarkia, Idaho. Front page cartoon refers to the groups arrival in Idaho.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox11No1
    • Company 3272 - Publications 2

    • Newspapers; Camps;
    • The Drysdale Dispatch, newsletter of Company 3272, Clarkia, Idaho. This page has an article on a new winter camp and comments from the Captain.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox11No2
    • Company 3272 - Publications 4

    • Newspapers; Camps;
    • The Drysdale Dispatch, newsletter of Company 3272, Clarkia, Idaho. Projects page describes the work being done by the camp personnel.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox11No4
    • Company 3272 - Publications 3

    • Newspapers; Camps;
    • The Drysdale Dispatch, newsletter of Company 3272, Clarkia, Idaho. Contents, staff, and an article on attitude, appear on this page.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox11No3
    • Heyburn State Park - Map

    • Maps; Parks; State parks and reserves;
    • Taken from the 9th Biennial Report of the Department of Public Works (1935-36), page 175. The park was a Civilian Conservation Corps project in the 1930s.
    • 80-2-4
    • Company 1645 - Logging

    • Forestry; Saws; Men; Lumber industry;
    • Stojak and Baltikauskas sawing down a tree at Camp Brown Creek, Idaho.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox5Folder33No3
    • Work Project - State Forest Building

    • Forestry; Log buildings; Administrative agencies;
    • State Forestry Building in Boise, constructed by Company 2526.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox4Folder7No3
    • Heyburn State Park - Restroom

    • Cabins; Masonry; Conservation and restoration; State parks and reserves
    • Restrooms built at Heyburn State Park by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox5Folder49c
    • Camp McConnel - Recreation Hall

    • Camps; Recreation; recreation rooms; Men; Table tennis
    • Recreation hall built at Camp McConnel.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox4Folder7No8
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp - Camp View

    • Camps; Tents; Conservation and restoration; Prairies;
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp consists of 15 tents. Average number of men on duty each day, 34. Main project Poison Creek Truck Trail.
    • P2007-11Box1Folder4-5
    • Camp BR-56 - Basketball

    • Basketball; Basketball players; Sporting goods; Men; Recreation; Sports; Awards;
    • Pocatello District Champion basketball team from Company 5489, Camp Paul Rupert, Idaho. Left to right front row: Price, Brack, R. Jenkins, Morris, Kaminski. Back row: C. Jenkins (manager), O.D.N., Kerry, Pettis, Virgil A. Enke (coach).
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox5Folder20No44
    • Pocatello District Civilian Conservation Corps - Publications

    • Conservation of natural resources; Conservation and restoration; Newspapers; Camps
    • Pocatello Chieftain, newspaper of the Pocatello District of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The paper presents news of the activities and personnel in the district.
    • MS683Civilian Conservation CorpsBox2Folder26No1


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