JAMES F. JUSTIN CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS MUSEUM

Unit Rosters and History Collection

General Information Regional Information Company Rosters Camp Histories Company Histories Project Histories

Overview

     The Civilian Conservation Corps was divided into Corps Areas, Districts and Companies.  Each Company had a Camp designation (occassionally a Company would change camps), A company number and a locality name.  Each Company had its own officers, civilian staff - usually skilled laborers and supervisors - and then its own leaders from among the men and finally the men themselves.  Each District also had its own staff of officers and civilians.  At the Corps level, which was an actual Army Command, there would be an Officer who was in charge of all Districts within the Area.  Districts were organized for practical purposes, at times along state lines or groups of states but more often organized around central headquarters areas using logic not known to the Curator.  Moreover the shape and even existence of Districts would change over time.  Corps Areas were much larger and more rigid, relfecting Army organizations crafted for the command of the Army in the Continental US and for the defense of the country.  

   Camps would be single areas in the outdoors area near where the company's projects were located.  These would be a cluster of barracks and common buildings as well as a place for vehicle storage et cetera.  The following pages will contain such unit rosters and histories as I have obtained.  Histories will include official histories where available and histories given me by veterans.

     The listings indicate either a link to a page with information on that location, or if in blue without a link, then the line entry is all I know about that camp. Such line entries usually list only the camp or company name and the locations of it service.  In addition to this page you should also look at my Documents section which lists some camp and company periodicals which I have not entered as text but which in images of pages give company histories and rosters for that time frame.

     The listings below are broken down into General Information, Regional Information, Camp Histories, Company Rosters, and Company Histories and Project Histories.  Regional Information are items which provide some aspect of the CCC contribution or history over an area, often within a State. Camp histories are histories of a specific location where a CCC company served, sometimes this is a cross reference to a Company history but at times this is where I know about a location but do not know the identity of the company that served there.  Company Histories are the history of a company, often times in only one location, but sometimes across its entire service or portions thereof in more than one location. Company Rosters are a listing of the men, staff or one or the other from a specific point in time, usually taken from a periodical or photo made for the company men.  Project Histories are histories of the CCC presence or contribution to a specific project, such as a State or National Park, where usually more than one CCC camp contributed.

GENERAL INFORMATION

CCC Company and Camp Designations, Nomenclature - What Identifies a CCC Unit

REGIONAL INFORMATION

1936 Annual, With Rosters and Histories and Photos, Civilian Conservation Corps Camps in District Two, Third Corps Area

NACCCA Wayman and Ann Wells Collection, Designations, Nearest Post Office and Rail head for all CCC Camps Sorted By State

Camps in Chequamegon National Forest, Designations and Names of Several Wisconsin Camps

Hyde County and the CCCs, Swan Quarter Refuge, Lake Mattamuskeet, Camp Redington, Camp Mattamuskeet, North Carolina

Idaho and the CCC, site with Idaho CCC material and related to a PBTV documentary

Montana CCC Camps, 1937, With Company, Camp Designation & Name, Location and Commander

Camps in North Georgia, Designations and Names of Many Georgia Camps

South Carolina, Clarendon County, Page, & Sumter County, Civilian Conservation Corps Information including some original documents and a listing of men who joined from those areas

South Carolina State Parks and the CCCs, official State Park Site

The Tennessee Civilian Conservation Corps Brief History from a Monument

Washington State Parks and the Civilian Conservation Corps General History

COMPANY ROSTERS

1936 Annual, With Rosters and Histories and Photos, Civilian Conservation Corps Camps in District Two, Third Corps Area

Technical Staff Photo with Names of Company 212, Camp SP-11, Gilbert Lake State Park, Laurens, New York, Use Back Key to Return 

1936 Roster of Company 318  ANF-1-Pa., Pigeon, PA., District No.2, Third Corps Area, U.S.A.

1936 Roster of Company 321, North Creek Camp (?), S-147-Pa., Emporium, Pa., District No.2, Third Corps Area, U.S.A.

Company 411 Roster and Group Photos (PDF), Two Pages, Camp Kephart Prong, Company 411, Camp NP-5-NC, Smokemont, North Carolina (link to Free Acrobate Reader Download on page)

1934-35(?) Roster of Company 431, Camp Enotah P-55-Ga / SP-2-Ga, Blairsville, Georgia

Company 468 Roster, Sam King, Company 468, Cheaha Mountain State Park, near Oxford, Alabama

Company 525 Pictorial Review with Roster, Company 525, Camp F-13, Richwood, West Virginia

Company 560 Roster, From 1934 Christmas Menu, Marion F. Johnson, CCCman, CC5-71323, Company 560, Camp F-160, Gold Center, Clarkia, Idaho & Camp P-216, Las Posadas, Angwin, California (new 1/3/01)

Company 934 Roster for 1937, Camp F-114, Darrington, Washington (new 6/24/07)

Company 1101, Thanksgiving Day Menu and Roster 1939 Cover, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Joseph D. Cornelius, , Senior Leader, CCC Man, Company 1101, White Mountain National Forest, West Campton, New Hampshire (new 11/12/06)

Company 1290, Incomplete listing in Biography of Raymond Saladin, Enrollee, CCCMan, Company 259, Plattsburgh, NY (while forming) & Company 1290, Camp 212, Headquarters, Idaho

1933-1934(?) Roster of Company 1404, CCC, Camp Woody, F-1-Ga, Suches, Georgia

1936 Roster of Company 2325 S-144-Pa., Charles E. Baer Camp, Emporium, PA., District No.2, Third Corps Area, U.S.A.

1936 Partial Roster Company 2585 From Memory Book Signatures, Camp Englishton, Lexington, Indiana

1938 Roster Company 2617, Camp Sawyer F-31-WI, Hayward, Wisconsin

Company 2761, Incomplete Roster being several names from a Photo Album, Edwin Remmick, Sidney, Montana, 1938 - 1940 Use Back Key To Return

1937-38 Roster of Company 3431, Camp Lawrence Young, F-13-Ga, Higdons Store, Georgia & Camp Gunter, GF-1-OR, Drain, Oregon

Company 3544 Pictorial Review with Roster, Company 3544, Camp F-35, Manilla, Utah

1940 Roster of Company 3556, Camp Green River, G-115-UT, Green River, Utah

Roster of Company 3787, Unknown Date, Camp SCS-11, Jacksonville, Arkansas

Roster Civilian Conservation Corps Company 3888, from Thanksgiving Day Menu, 1937, CCC, Camp F-16-CO, Fort Collins, Colorado

Company 4753 Roster from Thanksgiving Day Menu, 1935/1936, Company 4753, Camp F-96, Camp Sisters, Crescent Lake (Odell Lake 6 mi N), Oregon (new 1/1/03)

Roster of Company 6453  Camp Golconda G-120

Supply Company, District G, Roster, Fourth Corps Area, Fort Barrancas, Florida

CAMP HISTORIES

Camp Near Beulah, Oregon, SCS-3, Companies were 2505 and 2652

Camp Bungalo, a camp unknown number name or location, in Idaho, circa 1933-1934

History of Camp Deaver, Deaver, Wyoming

Camp Doughton, Morrow Mountain State Park, in Albemarle, NC

Camp at Greyling MI  Unknown CCC company at Higgins Lake State Park, now a museum with events (use back key)

Camp  Hannah, at Munsing, Michigan, Camp Hannah, Camp F-40, Company 671 in 1933, Company 3614 in 1935, source historical marker indicating CCC Camp Hannah near Munsing.  No other Camp in NACCCA website with that location for both post office and rail head ( one has post office but another railhead so probably closer to other).

Camp at Leeds, Utah Unknown CCC company in Leeds, Utah, Camp SCS-7 at Leeds, Utah, developed levees and dikes and built flood-control devices to protect irrigation systems (this info from an article on Soil Conservation) (not a Museum Page, use back key)

Camp at Ketchikan, Alaska, ( Bad Link? ) Camp Ward Lake, Ketchikan, Alaska, Page about USAAF Annette Field, Use Back Key To Return

Camp at Munsing, Michigan, Camp Hannah, Camp F-40, Company 671 in 1933, Company 3614 in 1935, source historical marker indicating CCC Camp Hannah near Munsing.  No other Camp in NACCCA website with that location for both post office and rail head ( one has post office but another railhead so probably closer to other).

Camp Merkel at Cross River/Katonah, NY CCC companies 210 and 1202, Camp Merkle, SP-9/CP-1, Pound Ridge Reservation

Camp near Harrisson, Arkansas, and project near Eureka Springs called Lake Leatherwood Park

Camp at Mandan, N.D. Co. V-2775 Mandan, North Dakota

Camp Sideling Hill or Oregon Road, SP-52, Wells Tannery, Fulton County, Pennsylvania

Camp Spotswood, Company 1387, Camp NP-3-Va, Elkton, Virginia (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Camp Portage River, No. 711, Unknown Company at Ely, Minnesota

Camp Roosevelt, Lee Ranger District, Virginia, webpage with some history of first CCC Camp

Camp at Veteran, Wyoming, Unknown CCC Company near Veteran Wyoming

COMPANY HISTORIES

Listed By Company Number, for Camp Histories where Company Number is Unknown, See Camp Histories. With Links if Information Warrants a Separate Page.  Non linked blue names are camps or companies about which I have only the information shown.

1936 Annual, With Rosters and Histories and Photos, Civilian Conservation Corps Camps in District Two, Third Corps Area

Company 107, Camp by Mt. Greylock, SP-7, Adams, MA also Savoy, MA

Company 113, AF-1, Camp Edwards, Edwards, Massachussetts (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 180, East Hartland, Connetticutt, Company Commander Jules L. Paridaens, Project Superintendent Karl H. Gometz (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 201 Project SP-1, Sloatsburg/Tuxedo NY occupied on 05/18/33 (source visitors query)

Company 210, Camp Merkel, SP-9, Pound Ridge Reservation, Katonah, NY

Company 212, Camp SP-11, Gilbert Lake State Park, Laurens, New York, Use Back Key to Return

Company 220, Camps 134, Canton, New York, Softball Champs Sub-District No.1 1940 (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 249, Camp S-15 / Camp S-19 ( aka Camp 57 ), Salamanca, New York & Camp SP-51, Red House, New York, Allegany State Park, New York

Company 252, Biography of Emil Billitz, Co 1220, Camp P-135-NY, Peekskill, NY / Co. 252 Camps NP-7-WA, Packwood, WA, & Camp Woahink Lake, SP-10-OR, Glenada, OR

Company 260, Camp M-2, Weogufka, Ala. & Hawthorne, Nevada

Company 270, Camp S-72, Delmar, New York

Company 311, Biography of George F. Biello, CCC Man, Company 311, Sedona, Arizona

Company 321, North Creek (?) Camp, S-147-Pa., Emporium, Pa., 1936 Unit History

Co. 376, Camp Chickahomiy, Camp P-73-Va. Roxbury Virginia

Company 381 & Company 5442, Camp Sideling Hill or Oregon Road, SP-52, Wells Tannery, Fulton County, Pennsylvania

Co. 410, Camp Edwin S. Lanier, NC-SCS-34 Chapel Hill North Carolina

Company 431, Camp Enotah, P-55-Ga / SP-2-Ga, Blairsville, Georgia

Company 468, Camp SP-2-AL, Cheaha Mountain State Park, Alabama

Company 494, Camp TVA-27, Norris Lake, Camp TVA-45, Norris Dam, Tennessee (new 8/2/01)

Company 525 Pictorial Review with History, Company 525, Camp F-13, Richwood, West Virginia

Company 573, Boulder Twin Camps, Camp NP-4 (6?), Boulder City, Nevada (shared Camp with Company 2536, Camp NP-6 (4?) (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 644, Biography of Andy Anderson, Forestry Technician Staff, Company 644, Camp Sheep Ranch, Phillips, Wisconsin & Camp Elk River

Company 653, F-15, Camp Clam Lake, Clam Lake, Wisconsin

Company 671, Camp at Munsing, Michigan, Camp Hannah, Camp F-40, Company 671 in 1933, Company 3614 in 1935, source historical marker indicating CCC Camp Hannah near Munsing.  No other Camp in NACCCA website with that location for both post office and rail head ( one has post office but another railhead so probably closer to other).

Compay 711, Camp Portage River, Actually called Camp No. 711 but this usually means the Company Number, Ely, Minnesota

CCC Company 734 History in Deer Run, Grandin Missouri some CCC history Use Back Key To Return

CCC Company 787 and Company 3771 in Cuivre River State Park, Missouri, Use Back Key To Return

Company 788, Crawford State Park, Farlington, Kansas

Company 831, Camp NP-1-NM, Calrsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Company 856, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 869, Biography of Jack Anderson, CCCman, Company 869, SCS Camp, Farmersville, Texas

Company 894, Camp SP-14, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 1192 Camp Conner, Windsor Locks/Stafford Springs, Conn.

Company 1199, East Douglas, Massachussetts, Motto on Cover "Semper Patrea Mea" (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 1202, CP-1, Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River, NY

Company 1220, Biography of Emil Billitz, Co 1220, Camp P-135-NY, Peekskill, NY / Co. 252 Camps NP-7-WA, Packwood, WA, & Camp Woahink Lake, SP-10-OR, Glenada, OR

Company 1229, Camp SCS-6, Machias, New York

Company 1230, Biography of Dominick N. August, CCCMan, Company 1230, Camp S-100-NY, Masonville, NY

History of Company 1265, Camp SP-6, Robert H. Treman State Park, Enfield, NY

Company 1281, Newspaper Article, Camp SP-7, South Mountain Reservation, West Orange, New Jersey, Contempary articles about a mutiny in camp in 1935 with some names of mutineers and officers.

Company 1285, Biography of Charles Barbuti, CCCMan, Company 1285, SCS-5, Attica, New York

Company 1293, Camp F-74, Big Timber, Montana, one Enrollee was Leader John Wylie

Company 1295, Camp MC-54, Magnolia, Delaware

Co. 1354, Darling Run Camp, Camp s-155-PA Wellsboro Pa

Company 1364, Camp MP-2 & Camp NP(D)-3-VA, Petersburg National Military Park, Fort Stedman, Virginia

Company 1387, Camp Spotswood, Camp NP-3-Va, Elkton, Virginia (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 1388, Camp Cherokee, Camp P-53-Va, Bastian, Virginia (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 1404, Camp Woody, F-1-Ga, Suches, Georgia

Company 1452, Tennessee

Company 1466, Biography of Luther E. Bates, CCCMan, Company 1466, Camp S-78, Pikeville, Tennessee

Company 1512, Camp SCS-2, Camp Crawford, Elizabeth, West Virginia & Camp SCS-10, Camp Catell, Milton, WV

Company 1587, Camp Tecumsah, Camp SCS-2, Lafayette, Indiana (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 1610 Camp Conners Lake Co., Phillips Wisconsin

Company 1654, near Soledad Canyon, Acton, California, Cut firebreak roads in mountains circa 1933 1934

Company 1749, Decorah, Iowa

Company 1821V, Camp SP-16, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 1824V, Camp SP-15, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 1828V, Camp SP-14, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 1829V, Camp SP-13, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 1852, The Shoshone, Volume Number One, June 20, 1937, Cover, Inside Cover, Page One, Page Two, Page Three, Page Four, Page Five, Page Six, Page Seven, Page Eight, Camp News Paper, Company 1852, Camp F-24-WY, Camp Wapiti, Wyoming

Company 1938, Biography of Joseph Arnold, CCCman, Company 1938, Grand Junction, Colorado

Company 2133, Also Biography of Travis Belue, BR-7, Camp Deaver, Deaver, Wyoming

Company 2142, Danby & Poultney, Vermont

Co. 2233 V, Crumb Hill Camp, Veterans Camp S-103, De Ruyter N.Y., Source Matchbook Cover

Company 2325 S-144-Pa., Charles E. Baer Camp, Emporium, Pennsylvania

Company 2382, Camp Dickenwise, Camp P-79-Va, Clintwood, Virginia (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Co. 2384, Camp Stone Mountain, Camp SCS-15-Va, Moneta, Virginia (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 2505, SCS-3, Beulah, Oregon

Company 2536, Boulder Twin Camps, Camp NP-6 (4?), Boulder City, Nevada (shared Camp with Company 573, Camp NP-4 (6?) (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Company 2652, SCS-3, Beulah, Oregon

Company 2732, 2741, Ravenna, Nebraska, Use Back Key To Return

Company 2741, 2732, Ravenna, Nebraska, Use Back Key To Return

Company V 2775, Mandan, North Dakota

Company 2875C, Camp SP-14, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 2876C, Camp SP-16, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, Listing of CCC companies that contributed to Palo Duro Canyon State Park (also Palisades State Park) with reference to done as a whole

Company 2911, Camp North Bend, Camp F-85, North Bend, Washington

Company 3237, Camp Mill Creek, DG-18, Battle Mountain, Nevada, Frank Clancy, Use Back Key To Return

Co. 3322, Camp Agricula, Camp A-2-MD, Beltsville Maryland

Company 3343 Camp F-127, Priest River, Idaho

Company 3431, Camp Lawrence Young, F-13-Ga, Higdons Store, Georgia & Camp Gunter, GF-1-OR, Drain, Oregon

Company 3464, Camp SP-7-TN, Crossville, Cumberland Mountain State Park, Tennessee

Company 3515, Camp Defiance, Defiance, Ohio

Co. 3518, Camp Sand Run, Camp MA-1-OH, Fairlawn Ohio

Company 3529, Camp Waddington, Oglebay Park, West Virginia, Use Back Key To Return

Company 3544 Pictorial Review with History, Company 3544, Camp F-35, Manilla, Utah

Company 3556 D.G. 115 (Division of Grazing) Greenriver, Utah

Company 3614, Camp at Munsing, Michigan, Camp Hannah, Camp F-40, Company 671 in 1933, Company 3614 in 1935, source historical marker indicating CCC Camp Hannah near Munsing.  No other Camp in NACCCA website with that location for both post office and rail head ( one has post office but another railhead so probably closer to other).

Company 3771 and CCC Company 787 in Cuivre River State Park, Missouri, Use Back Key To Return

Company 4710, Camp Washington, Blair, Nebraska, Motto on Matchbook "All American and Proud of It" printed in space normally showing Camp Project Designator, possibly printed after Pearl Harbor? Similar to sentiments seen post 9/11 (Source Matchbook Cover printed for Company Canteen)

Supply Company, District G, Fourth Corps Area, Fort Barrancas, Florida

PROJECT HISTORIES

Allegany State Park, New York, Company 249, Camp S-15 / S-19 / SP-51 & Company 3216, Camp S-106 & Company 1231-V, Camp SP-39

Belleplain State Forest, Three Unknown Companies, New Jersey

Big Bend National Park, Texas and the CCCs, A brief discussion of CCC on Park's pages, Use BAck Key to Return

Carlsbad Caverns National Park and the CCC, Company 831, Camp NP-1-NM, Calrsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Chesapeake and Ohio National Historic Park, Company 325C, Camp NP-1-MD & Company 333C, Camp NP-2-MD, Carderock, Maryland

Chequamegon National Forest, Designations and Names of Several Wisconsin Camps

Clear Creek State Park, Company 353, Camp S-53, Sigel, Pennsylvania (new 4/5/01)

Cumberland Mountain State Park, Company 3464, Camp SP-7-TN, Crossville, Tennessee

Five Rivers Environmental Education Center and the CCCs, Company 270, Camp S-72, Delmar, New York

Giant City State Park and Giant City Lodge, Company 692, Camp Stonefort and Company 696, History of project in Makanda, Illinois

Loy Lake Park, nea Denison, Texas history of CCC project text from a marker

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Company 1824V, Camp SP-15, Company 1828V, Camp SP-14, Company 1829V, Camp SP-13, Company 1821V, Camp SP-16, Company 2876C, Camp SP-16, Company 2875C, Camp SP-14, Company 894, Camp SP-14, Company 856, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas

Payette National Forest, Co. 1896 / Co. 1996 / Co. 1335 / Co. 1348 / Company 283 / Company 2939/ Company 6421Company 1262, Camp F-54 Paddy Lake / Company 1311, Camp Thorn Creek, F-56 / Company 1308, Camp S-223, McCall Idaho / Company 1997 / and Numerous Unknown Companies some of which are the foregoing in Camps Camp F-169 / Camp F-413 / Camp Lake Fork F-51, Camp Lake Fork F-415, Camp S-223 all in McCall, Idaho, Camp F-56, Camp F-68 Weiser Forest, Camp Sooner Meadows P-222 / Camp S-221 Round Valley, Tamarack, Idaho / Camp F-108 / Camp F-109 / Idaho

Petersburg Naitonal Military Park, Company 1364, Camp MP-2 & Camp NP(D)-3-VA, Petersburg National Military Park, Fort Stedman, Virginia

Prince William Forest Park and the CCC, Dumfries, VA

Sam Baker Park, Camp No 5, Patterson, Missourri

LINKS

Index of Camp Listings By State,  NACCCA Website

Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Papers A Search Engine for a microfilm database of Newspapers and newsletters published by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps, c. 1934 - 1942. The database contains over 5,000 titles, the entire collection has been filmed. The search engine alone will tell you much about CCC companies, searching by name of city will tell you what companies were there, company number will tell you where the company was and to some extent when.  You can also apparrently order (buy) microfilm of the newsletters so you can take them to library and read or copy. I haven't bought yet but I have found newsletters from both of my Dad's camps.  Check it out. A Page from the CRL Database, Use Back Key to Return.

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