JAMES F. JUSTIN CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS MUSEUM
Newspaper Article Collection
The Civilian Conservation Corps was the subject of many news articles throughout its history. A controversial and also popular program, there was much debate about it both pro and con. Moreover the CCC program would also be promoted by announcements of its activities. Local papers back home would write about its young men far from home and what they were doing. Papers near the camps would report on the goings on in the Camps of strange young men in the neighborhood. Also at times the CCCs would do something heroic, sometimes creating news stories in the process. The following pages will contain such news items as I have obtained.
News Paper Articles on the CCCs
Camp Newspapers of the Civilian Conservation Corps Article about the CCC papers, If link Bad try this reproduced site here
CCC Men Recruited into Merchant Marine, news article from 1939
2 CCC Campers Hurt in Car-Truck Crash, Courier Post, Camden, Company 2201V, S-72, Glassboro, NJ
CCC Camp Dedicates New Recreation Hall, West Orange Weekly Chronicle, Co. 1281, SP-7, Co. 234, SP-2, South Mountain Reservation, Orange, NJ
CCC Camp Receives Best in Ninth Corps Award, Wolf Creek, Roseburg, Oregon
Federal Theatre Troupe Goes to CCC Camps, From Progress, a Delaware WPA magazine circa 1936
Life in a CCC Camp, Robert L. Robeson, NACCCA National Secretary, CCCMan, Company 1852, Camp F-24-WY, Camp Wapiti, Wyoming
WPA Jobs Demanded for UnMarried Men, Courier Post, Camden, NJ
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