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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.
Old Roosevelt Bridge near Watford City, N.D.
A hand-colored view of the Little Missouri River and the old Roosevelt Bridge that crosses it. Features of the North Dakota Badlands are also visible.
Muggs the company dog, Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2772, near Watford City, N.D.
Dogs; Barracks; Camps;
Photograph of Muggs sitting up in front of a wood frame building believed to be a barracks.
View of Civilian Conservation Corps camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D.
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.
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...
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
Picnic table construction, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Tables; Logs; Trees;
A group of picnic tables of two different designs nearing completion. There are stacks of materials in the center and left backgrounds. Trees are in the far background.
Civilian Conservation Corps. Co. 2765, Williston, N.D.
Conservation & restoration; Camps; Trees;
A view of the camp of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Co. 2765 camp in Williston.
Howard White interview
An interview with Howard White for the KPOK Radio-Thon to raise money for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. The interview contains information on Howard's life, including his involvement with the Civilian...
Goldbrick Gazette, March 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Weddings; Sporting goods; Hospitals; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on men leaving the camp, weddings of camp members, education news from the camp, a shortage of sports equipment, hospital news, jokes, ads from local businesses, and a complete...
Goldbrick Gazette, December 12, 1936
Newspapers; Work camps; Dance parties; Christmas presents; Safety; Joking;
Issue contains articles on news of an upcoming dance, hospital notes, Christmas craft projects, health and safety tips, and jokes.
Goldbrick Gazette, July 21, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Physicians; Construction;
Issue contains articles on news of the camp surgeon's resignation, construction of lockers at the camp, and other small news items.
Goldbrick Gazette, April 24, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Construction; Poetry; Woodworking; Gardening; Baseball; Volleyball; Joking;
Issue contains articles on new arrivals at the camp, construction projects at the camp, poetry, instructions for using a wood plane, an update on the camp garden, reviews of the baseball and volleyball...
Goldbrick Gazette, February 12, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Inspections; Lathes; Typewriting; First aid; Poetry; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on promotions in the camp, news of a camp inspection, news on a new lathe and from the typewriting class, notes on first aid, poetry, jokes, and ads from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, June 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Dentistry; Construction; Equipment; Baseball; Safety; Poetry; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on new age limits for CCC men, news of a visit from dentists, construction of wall lockers, instructions on how to use a screwdriver, news on new baseball uniforms for the camp...
Goldbrick Gazette, June 18, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Baseball players; Gardening; Joking; Work camps;
Issue contains articles on attendance at Grand Forks State Park, baseball results, the camp garden, jokes, and ads from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, April 15, 1937
Newspapers; Baseball players; Poetry; Joking; Advertisements; Work camps;
Issue includes articles on staff arrivals and departures, education at the camp, baseball games, poems, jokes, hospital news, and ads from local businesses.
Remer Rambler, August 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Draft;
Issue contains articles on the arrival of new trucks in the camp, interviews with camp men on the topic of conscription, sports news, and other short news items.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 22, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Stoves; Leather goods; Physicians; Baseball players; Work camps;
Issue contains articles on the camp baseball team, new stoves, the retirement of the camp doctor, new leather for leather crafts, and ads from local companies.
Goldbrick Gazette, January 24, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Dance parties; Typewriting; Poetry; Work camps; Mustaches;
Issue contains articles on a dance held at the camp, efforts of the men to grow mustaches, tips for treating frostbite, news of a typewriting class, sports news, poetry, and ads from local businesses.
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