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Martin, Maurice H. (Maurice Henry), 1914-1997
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Art Stelhorn and Bill Hempal climbing in North Dakota Badlands
Art Stelhorn and Bill Hempal, state foremen of the Civilian Conservation Corps climb a rock formation in the North Dakota Badlands.
Bennie Aasen portrait
Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Portrait photographs;
Bennie Aasen, a truck driver for Civilian Conservation Corps company 2772 poses for a formal portrait wearing a suit and tie.
Civilian Conservation Corps members on a wooden bridge
Bridges; Streams; Wooden buildings; Laborers; Trees;
Two men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 stand on a wooden bridge that crosses a small stream. A small wooden structure is visible on one side of the stream.
Civilian Conservation Corps members at work
Bridges; Shovels; Laborers;
Men from CCC company 2771 and 2772 work on and around a wooden structure, possibly a bridge. One man stands on the structure while other men work with shovels.
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.
Civilian Conservation Corps men with steam tractor and truck
Laborers; Traction engines; Dogs; Trucks;
Two men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 stand with a steam tractor, truck, and Muggsy the company dog at one of the company work sites. The man standing next to the truck holds Muggsy's paw.
Blackie Myers, CCC truck driver
Laborers; Hats; Uniforms;
Civilian Conservation Corps truck driver Blacky Myers stands for a photograph in his uniform. The edge of a wooden building is visible next to him.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rova
Spouses; Snow; Fur garments; Suits (Clothing);
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rova stand outside a house with a snowy yard. Mrs. Rova wears a heavy coat with a fur collar, while Al Rova wears a double breasted suit. Mr. Rova was a radio operator with CCC company...
CCC men working in field
Laborers; Trucks; Shovels; Snow; Winter;
Two men stand in the back of a truck while five men stand around the truck with picks or shovels. Snow covers the ground.
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.
Sod buildings; Dynamite; Snow; Winter;
A sod dynamite hut used by the Civilian Conservation Corps is partially covered by snow. Tire tracks are visible in the snow in front of the hut.
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