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1. Road in the valley, near Watford City, N.D. Road in the valley, near Watford City, N.D. Dirt roads; Rivers; Valleys; A road runs through a valley in the northern Badlands of North Dakota. Water is visible beyond the bend in the road.

2. View of Civilian Conservation Corp camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. View of Civilian Conservation Corp camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. Barracks; Camps; A view of the wooden buildings of a CCC camp housing companies 2771 and 2772. The buildings are all simple one storey wooden buildings.

3. Men in barracks, Civilian Conservation Corps companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. Men in barracks, Civilian Conservation Corps companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. Barracks; Beds; Stoves; Windows; Several men sit on beds in the barracks of CCC companies 2771 and 2772. Rafters brace the roof, and small windows are spaced in the walls. A stove is also visible at the end of the room.

4. Sparky Loomis, Joe the Dog, and Maury Martin, near Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 2771 and 2772, Watford Sparky Loomis, Joe the Dog, and Maury Martin, near Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 2771 and 2772, Watford City, N.D. Dogs; Rivers; Laborers; Sparky Loomis, Joe the Dog, and Maury Martin sit together on a sandy river bank along the Little Missouri River near Watford City.

5. View of Civilian Conservation Corps camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. View of Civilian Conservation Corps camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D. Camps; Barracks; A view of the wooden buildings of a CCC camp housing companies 2771 and 2772. The buildings are all of simple, wooden, one storey construction. The badlands are visible in the background.

6. Grand Canyon of the Little Missouri, Watford City, N.D. Grand Canyon of the Little Missouri, Watford City, N.D. Postcards; Automobiles; Geology; A car drives past on the road while a little girl and two men look at rock formations in the Badlands near Watford City.

7. Icy Little Missouri River Icy Little Missouri River Rivers; Coastlines; Snow; Winter; Ice; The Little Missouri River is covered over with ice, and snow covers the shoreline. Snow is also visible higher up on the hills of the badlands.

8. Civilian Conservation Corps crew clearing a roadbed, North Dakota Badlands Civilian Conservation Corps crew clearing a roadbed, North Dakota Badlands Road construction; Laborers; Men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 work to clear a roadbed somewhere in the North Dakota Badlands. They are cutting into the side of a hill to create the road surface.

9. Civilian Conservation Corps men operating construction equipment Civilian Conservation Corps men operating construction equipment Bulldozers; Road construction; Dirt roads; Laborers; Men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 work with bulldozers and other earthmoving equipment on a dirt road in the North Dakota Badlands.

10. Civilian Conservation Corps field mess hall, North Dakota Badlands Civilian Conservation Corps field mess hall, North Dakota Badlands Trucks; Mess halls; Laborers; Men line up outside the door to a field mess hall at one of the CCC worksites in the North Dakota Badlands. A truck is parked in the foreground.

11. Truck number 14 out on the road Truck number 14 out on the road Trucks; Dirt roads; Maurice Martin's first truck he drove for CCC camp 2772, number 14 sits on the road on a worksite near the camp. Snow covers the ground, and fabric or paper covers the truck's radiator.

12. Art Stelhorn and Bill Hempal climbing in North Dakota Badlands Art Stelhorn and Bill Hempal climbing in North Dakota Badlands Climbing; Geology; Art Stelhorn and Bill Hempal, state foremen of the Civilian Conservation Corps climb a rock formation in the North Dakota Badlands.

13. Civilian Conservation Corps station number 334 Civilian Conservation Corps station number 334 Road construction; Shovels; Laborers; Wheelbarrows; Men work at CCC station number 334 somewhere in the North Dakota Badlands. They are working on a road using hand tools.

14. Man and dog on a steam tractor Man and dog on a steam tractor Traction engines; Dogs; Laborers; A man from CCC company 2771 or 2772 and a dog stand on a steam tractor at one of the Corps construction sites somewhere in the North Dakota Badlands. Wooden posts line the side of the road on which the...

15. Maurice Martin figure skating Maurice Martin figure skating Ice skating; Skaters; Ice; Snow; Winter; Maurice Martin spins on one skate while other skaters watch from the sidelines. The skating surface is likely near the location of CCC camps 2771 and 2772 in the North Dakota Bandlands.

16. Civilian Conservation Corps men at work on stone bridge, North Dakota Badlands Civilian Conservation Corps men at work on stone bridge, North Dakota Badlands Stone bridges; Laborers; Trucks; Men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 work to finish the top of a large stone bridge over a small creek in the North Dakota Badlands. A truck is parked at one end of the bridge.

17. Civilian Conservation Corps men building a road Civilian Conservation Corps men building a road Road construction; Bulldozers; Laborers; Dirt roads; Men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 work with bulldozers and other earthmoving equipment to build a road somewhere in the North Dakota Badlands. Wooden planks shore up parts of the road.

18. Badlands hills and valleys, North Dakota Badlands hills and valleys, North Dakota Hills; Valleys; Trees; A view showing the hills, valleys and terrain of the North Dakota Badlands, probably near Watford City.
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