This film depicts members of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) working on projects at Camp Ripley in the 1930s. Scenes include the motor repair shop, a warehouse, a warming shed, and images of H.E. Tanner, Sergeant Sam Love, and Harold Round.
This film depicts the work being done by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) at Camp Ripley. Scenes include the installation of a 15,000 gallon oil storage tank, grading roads, and clearing timber.
This film depicts the transporting of troops by truck convoy to Camp Ripley and the review of the 59th Field Artillery, 151st Field Artillery, 125th Field Artillery, and 185th Field Artillery by Adjutant General E.A. Walsh and Major General George E. Leach.
This film depicts Minnesota Governor Floyd B. Olson and Adjutant General E.A. Walsh reviewing the 59th Field Artillery Brigade at Camp Ripley in 1934. Scenes include the 135th Infantry Regiment, 59th Field Artillery Brigade, and the 92nd Infantry Brigade marching past the officers as they are being reviewed. Also shown are some of the buildings and wildlife at Camp Ripley, a flyover by the 109th Observation Squadron, and a soldier chariot race with soldiers pulling the chariots.