Dear Mr. Rob Roberts,
In addition to direct CCC records which should be held separately, you may find this previously digitized October of 1937 monthly report for General Grant National Park of interest since it touches on CCC activities at the park.
Dear Mr. Roberts,
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Since you also contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2), we have posted their response:
This is in response to your request for information about Record Group (RG) 35, Records of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Specifically, you are seeking information on California Camps NP-31 and NP-34
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In RG 35, PI 11 Entry 115, Camp Inspection Reports, 1933 - 1942, we found two additional files beyond the one you cited, that may be of interest to you. They are:
California: GNP2 – Redesignated NP31 in Box 27
There may also be relevant records in RG 35, PI 11 Entry 127, Correspondence Relating to the Disposal of Property, 1942 - 1948 and in RG 77, Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, NM 19 Entry 395, Historical Record of Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Buildings, 1935 - 1940. We have no online finding aids for either of these series of records that would allow us to positively identify any potentially relevant records in either. As we are currently still 100% teleworking, we cannot access the records to search them
All of the above records deal specifically with the camps and contain little to no information on the projects. They rarely have photos, maps or plans of any kind. The type of projects may be listed in the Inspection Reports.
The CCC was essentially a giant manpower pool used by various agencies. In this case the agency was the National Park Service (NPS). The vast majority of records about CCC work done at these camps will be in RG 79, Records of the NPS. If you haven't already seen it, the RG 79 Inventory is available online. The most potentially relevant entries in RG 79 located here in College Park will be RG 79 A1 Entry 9, Central Files, 1907 - 1939 and RG 79 A1 Entry 10, Central Classified Files, 1907-49.
Once we have reopened, we can arrange to copy the above material for you for a cost of 80 cents per page. These copies can be delivered as hard copies, scans on a disc, or via electronic file transfer.
There may be photographs of the camp or the work done by the camps in our Still Pictures unit. You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about their holdings. There may be maps or plans in our Cartographic unit. You can email them
at email@example.com to inquire about their holdings. In both cases, you will want to ask to search both RG 35 and RG 79.
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