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Title Photo of 1532nd Co. CCC camp in Huntington, Indiana, 8-1933
Description Postcard from August 1933 shows the Huntington Civilian Conservation Corps camp. The "CCC" was a work relief program (part of Roosevelt's New Deal) that employed thousands of men across the US between 1933 and 1942. The lender's father, Charles Bourne, was at this camp; men can be seen tending a garden between the tents. In Indiana the men did everything from building public restrooms to improving state parks.
Place Huntington, Huntington County, Indiana, United States
Date 1933-08
Year Range Begin 1933
Year Range End 1933
Subjects Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
Huntington (Ind.)
Huntington County (Ind.)
Process Gelatin silver prints
Format Postcards
Collection Name Dixie Coghill Collection
Object ID ia-0018-0002
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