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Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)


Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Oral Romine Papers

Collection Number: A&M 4232
Content Description

Papers of Oral Leonard Romine, consisting of public school documents from West Virginia (ca. 1921-1931) and a Civilian Conservation Corps autograph book (ca. late 1940-1941). School documents include certificates of faithful attendence in addition to diplomas and other certificates of graduation or completion of courses. The autograph book was used while Romine was a member of Company 2595 of and the CCC at Camp F-20, Onego, West Virginia. This collection has been minimally processed.

Dates: ca. 1921-1941; Majority of material found within ca. 1921-1931

West Virginia Civilian Conservation Corps Records

Collection Number: A&M 0629

Journals and newsletters of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a New Deal agency involved in environmental reclamation projects such as reforestation. Includes diaries and newspapers of CCC involvement in West Virginia documented in district and local camp periodicals, programs, and pictoral reviews.

Dates: 1936-1988

West Virginia State Parks, National Register Forms

Collection Number: A&M 3990
Overview National Register of Historic Places Registration forms (NPS Form 10-900) for historic districts within Watoga, Holly River, Hawk's Nest, and Lost River State Parks, as well as a number of other West Virginia State Parks. These forms document the history, significance, and current condition of these historic districts. Most of these parks were created or improved (with roads, buildings, landscaping, etc.) as part of New Deal programs such as the Civilian Conversation Core (CCC) and the Works...
Dates: 2010

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New Deal, 1933-1939 5
Diaries and journals. 3
Environmentalism. 3
Camp Cranberry 1
Camp Preston (Kingwood, W. Va.) 1