Saturday, March 24, 2018

C.C.C. Project Reports From North Carolina, March 24, 1934

C.C.C. project reports from North Carolina

March 24, 1934—Located in Durham, N.C., Co. 436 checks up to find that only five days have been lost in eight months because of the Dixie weather, which consists mainly of sunshine. The outfit is working in the beautiful hills of Hill Forest, one of the prettiest sections of the state. At present, the company is constructing eight- and six-tenths miles of truck trails.—Carl Parker
March 24, 1934—Capt. Hugh A. Page, C.O. of Co. 432, Stantonsburg, N.C., was presented with a sabre and scabbard by members of his company. Capt. Page has completed six months of active duty and will return to civilian life.

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