Cascade State Park walking bridge, steps, and path as made by the Spruce Creek CCC crews looks similar to much of the trail and portage work done by the CCC that still exists to this day. In fact the basic structure of the bridge shown is still the same.
Enrollees are shown at their Christmas dinner in the mess hall of the Hovland CCC camp. Men are packed tightly together at tables, barrel stove is at the center of the room and officers' table is at the head of the room with American flag hanging behind them. From the scrapbook of Joseph Spitznagle, education advisor.
Image is of Dr. Nelson, CCC camp doctor, and enrollee Albert J. Malner inside of a tent with wood floor, metal ductwork in the foreground. From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.
Image shows CCC enrollees of Company 712 standing next to a line of four or more trucks in winter time. The caption in the scrapbook notes "30 below and rarin' to go." From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee who would become Cook County Sheriff.
CCC crew fought the forest fires of 1936, a year when there were many fires burning. Shown is a birch tree on fire taken by enrollee Albert Malner on Long Island (possibly Lake Saganaga or Long Island Lake)
Five or so CCC enrollees are in this image and are being instructed on the use of the marine pumper shown. Scrapbook information from enrollee Albert Malner indicates that "this machine pumped water thru 5230 ft of hose." It is labeled as an Austin 4 cylinder.
Five CCC enrollees are shown pushing what looks like a stove on a wheelbarrow up the trail to the top of Lima Mountain using "modern transportation." From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.