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    • Camp Jordan Creek, BR-563 - Camp

    • Camps' Rivers; Forests; Bridges; Tents
    • A bridge constructed by Camp 568 at the Jordan Creek summer camp, 1935. Camp Jordan Creek is in the mountainous country near Enaville, Idaho.
    • Camp Lyon Views

    • camps; ranches; forts; views;
    • Camp Lyon Views, after the camp became a private ranch.
    • Camp F-401 - Camp Ground

    • Camps; Camping; Conservation and restoration; Rivers; Recreation
    • Camp F-401, Cove Creek, constructed this camp ground at Long Tom Creek and Salmon River.
    • Riddle - Camp Exchange

    • Camps; Stores and shops; Tobacco products;
    • Division of Grazing summer camp located 7 miles north of Riddle, Idaho. Established July, 1940. Interior view of the camp exchange showing display of items available to enrollees.
    • Camp McConnel - Central Repair Shops

    • Camps; Machine shops; Machinery; Construction equipment;
    • Camp McConnel - Central Repair Shops. 800 to 900 pieces of heavy equipment are repaired and maintained for Boise District. Company 2526, Camp S-231
    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Cement Water Troughs

    • Automobiles; Irrigation; Reclamation of land; Watering troughs;
    • Camp G-145, Marsing, Idaho. Cement water troughs manufactured and placed for livestock by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Geo. Bullock was Camp Superintendent.
    • 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.
    • Reconnaissance Camp

    • Forest; Camping
    • Sunday in the Reconnaissance Camp at Big Eddy. A three man camp
    • Company 603 - Camp Upper Beaver

    • Camps; Tents; Forests; Wooden buildings; Pines; Mountains
    • Camp Upper Beaver, summer of 1936, about 4 miles from Pierce, Idaho. Bird's-eye view of the camp.
    • Company 1212 - Camp F-38

    • Camps; Camping; Tents; Forests
    • Camp F-38, Company 1212, Canyon Creek (Lowell), Idaho. Bird's-eye view of the camp located in tall timber. Lewiston District.
    • Construction Camp

    • River; Forest; Camping; Tents
    • Idaho Northern Rail Road construction. Camp #1 of L.R. wattis Construction Co., at Little Eddy. Low water, 1911. Ford at willows in foreground. North Fork wagon road above camp.
    • Camp F-106 - Barracks

    • Camps; Barracks; Beds; Stoves; Men; Clothing and dress;
    • Interior of barrack at Camp F-106. Enrollees posed in their living quarters. Frank Blick served 13 months in the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936. The camp was in the Riggins, Idaho area.
    • Camp F-401

    • Camps; Refuse disposal; Rifle ranges; Rifles;
    • Enrollees of Cove Creek Camp shooting rats at the camp dump, 1938.
    • Camp Three Forks

    • camps; cannons; military; men; portraits
    • Formerly Camp Winthrop. Name changed to Camp Three Forks in 1867. MIdahoway between Silver City and Cliffs, Idaho. South side of South Mountain. Coppinger on Cannon. Taken 1866-1868 by a Silver City photographer. From Mrs. A. C. Lee, Boise.
    • McFarland Sheep Shearing Camp

    • sheep farms; camps; men;
    • Workers at the McFarland Sheep Shearing camp stand and sit on wool stacks while posing for a picture in 1903. The camp was located north of the power plant and west of Horseshoe Bend.
    • Camp Dubois, Company 4607 - Publications

    • Conservation and restoration; Men; Camps; Conservation of natural resources; Pictures
    • Camp Dubois, Company 4607, DG-98 Pictorial Review, 1933. The book contains a review of the company and its projects; pictures of the men, staff, and camp; pages for personal photographs and autographs.
    • Camp McConnel - Publication

    • Log buildings; Conservation and restoration; Camps;
    • Memories of Company 2526, Camp McConnel, S-231. Fall. 1934. A review of the camp activities, projects, life, history, and personnel. The building on the cover is the State Forestry office built by Company 2526 in Boise, Idaho.
    • Five Mile Camp - Mascot

    • Deer; Conservation and restoration; Conservation and restoration; Wooden buildings; Camps
    • Deer at Five Mile Camp.


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