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.
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.