Fred Rufner, Marshall Dickerson, Ed Smith, and unidentified man standing in a blacksmith shop in Weiser, Idaho. The forge and an assortment of tools are displayed. Several of the men wear leather aprons.
From 5th Street looking weStreet Visible at left are Sutler's Store and George Washington Stiles and Co. Blacksmiths. At right are the Wells Fargo Office, the brewery, a blacksmith's shop, the stage house and the city bakery sign.
From Fifth St. looking west. Visible at left are Sutler's Store and George Washington Stiles & Co. blacksmiths. At right are the Wells Fargo office, The Brewery, a blacksmith's shop, The Stage House, and the City Bakery sign.
Camps; Uniforms; Wooden buildings; Men; Conservation and restoration;
Good-bye DG14. These boys are headed to Missouri and home after serving up to 2 years in the Civilian Conservation Corps's. Trained caterpillar, bulldozer, and grader men; truck drivers, jack hammer and powder men; rock masons, bridge builders,...