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Frank and Freddy Warner standing outside camp building, Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772 near Watford City, N.D.
Frank and Freddy Warner standing outside camp building, Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772 near Watford City, N.D.
TitleFrank and Freddy Warner standing outside camp building, Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772 near Watford City, N.D.
Date of Originalbetween 1934 and 1939
CreatorMartin, Maurice H. (Maurice Henry), 1914-1997
Creator RolePhotographer
DescriptionYoung Frank and Freddy Warner stand covered in mud outside one of the camp buildings at CCC camp 2771 and 2772. Rocks line the edges of a path through the camp behind them.
Ordering Informationhttp://history.nd.gov/archives/whatphotos.html
General SubjectWork Life
WPA projects
People
Subject (LCTGM)Children
Boys
Mud
Camps
Personal NameWarner, Frank
Warner, Freddy
Organization NameCivilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
LocationWatford City (N.D.)
Theodore Roosevelt National Park (N.D.)
Decade1930-1939
Item Number2007-P-009-058
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
Transcription"Franky & Freddy Warner"
"Maurice Martin"--Handwritten on back of photograph.
NotesTitle created by staff.
Biography/HistoryIn 1934, men from CCC companies 2771 and 2772 established camps adjacent to each other on the north bank of the Little Missouri River, not far from the old U.S. 85 bridge in the area that is now part of the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt Park. Company 2771 moved out after a year, but 2772 remained here until the fall of 1939 when it transferred to a site in the South Unit.
Maurice Martin, the photographer was enrolled in the CCC from 1934-1938 and served in companies 2771 and 2772 stationed south of Watford City. He grew up in Rawson, N.D. He was a ham radio operator, and attended the Dodge School of Telegraphy. He later worked at Casbon Electric and Indiana General in Valparaiso, Indiana. Maurice Martin died in 1997 and was buried in Rawson, N.D.
Bibliographic ReferenceThe Civilian Conservation Corps in the North Dakota Badlands: companies 2767, 2771, 2772, 1934-1941. Medora, N.D.: Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Assoc., 1984.
Repository InstitutionState Historical Society of North Dakota
Repository CollectionCivilian Conservation Corps of North Dakota Camps 2771, 2772, 797 Photograph Collection 2007-P-009
Credit LineState Historical Society of North Dakota (2007-P-009-058)
Rights ManagementCopyright transferred to the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Digital IDsh2007P009058
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