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TitleC.C.C. workers from Co. 1473 splitting logs at Camp Evan Shelby
CreatorJames H. Pickens, Photographer
Date Created1933
AbstractTwo Civilian Conservation Corps workers, from Co. 1473, one smoking a cigarette, work with small axes splitting wood at Camp Evan Shelby in Bristol, Tennessee in 1933. this photograph was donated by James H. Pickens.
Subject: GeographicBRISTOL (TENN.)
Subject: TopicCivilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- People -- 1930-1940; Fuelwood cutting
Extent1 digital image; 1 photograph; 3.5 x 5 in.
Part OfBox 3, Folder 13
Identifier0015_000060_000225_0000
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Physical LocationTennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee
Online CollectionThe Growth of Democracy in Tennessee: A Grassroots Approach to Volunteer Voices: http://idserver.utk.edu/?id=200600000001199
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