Photographs of enrollees of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Florida. All photos taken from the State of Florida Archive, at www.floridamemory.com
A black worker notching a log to construct a mess hall in Oleno State Park.
A group of workers planting slash pine seeds in a field.
Clyde Kerce, a land surveryor for the Corps.
A camp’s basketball team in uniform, posing for a portrait.
A camp’s baseball team in uniform, posing for a portrait.
Roy A. Estes’ discharge certificate, dated June 30th, 1939. He’d been enrolled since July 12th, 1937.
Black workers manning tobacco cloth lifting attachment.
Two workers loading pine cones into a shed. Many camps were racially segregated, as was normal for New Deal programs.
Clyde Kerce, a land surveyor working in Highlands Hammock State Park for the Civilian Conservation Corps.
A worker notching logs, probably to make a building or a bridge.