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    • Camp F-104 - Recreation

    • Sailing; Sailboats; Lakes and Ponds; Recreation; Men; Sports
    • Camp F-104 enrollees take time out for sailing in the McCall, Idaho area.
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    • 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.
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    • Camp F-401

    • Camps; Refuse disposal; Rifle ranges; Rifles;
    • Enrollees of Cove Creek Camp shooting rats at the camp dump, 1938.
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    • Camp F-401 - Corral

    • Corrals; Forests; Conservation and restoration; Fences; Logs;
    • Corral built by enrollees of Camp F-104, Cove Creek, Salmon, Idaho.
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    • Camp F-401 - Log Cabin

    • log cabins; Construction; Forests
    • Camp F-401, Cove Creek enrollees built this log cabin in 1938.
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    • Camp F-87 - Fishing

    • Fishing; Fish; Men; Clothing and dress; Recreation
    • Camp F-87 enrollees with fish caught at Williams Lake.
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    • Camp French Creek, F-108 - Bridge

    • Bridge construction; Bridges; Construction; Construction equipment; Construction workers; Rivers; Roads; Vehicles
    • Cable bridge built across the Salmon River by Camp F-108 enrollees.
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    • Civilian Conservation Corps - Enrollees

    • Vehicles; Trucks; Construction workers; Men Mountain roads;
    • Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees leaving for work. This group is from the Pocatello, Idaho Falls District.
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    • Company 1556 - Photo Album

    • Album covers; Emblems; Camps
    • Cover of a photo album for enrollees with distinctive Civilian Conservation Corps emblem. One picture shows Willow Flat Forest Camp.
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    • Company 4738, Camp DG14 - Enrollees

    • 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,...
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    • Company 538 -School Days

    • Education; Classrooms; Libraries; Books; Men
    • Enrollees attend school classes presented by local college and high school teachers. Each camp had a library.
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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
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    • 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.
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