Click Photos to Enlarge' Co. 625, PE-69, Mounds, IL - 1934 Donor: Family of Clifford G. Reason Camp Mounds parade fieldCompany Commander at HQ1st LT. E.D. Stark, 2nd Inf. Commanding Officer - Orderly TentHeadquarters InteriorMess HallBarracks InteriorBarracksTrucks waiting for work detailTools of the tradeWork crew View from HeadquartersComing up from the bottomsCharles in the bottomsWorking in the bottomsFootball team practiceFootball practiceGreeting Friends Co. 1625, SCS-20, Murphysboro, IL - 1933-1934 Donor: Minott Sillimam, Jr. Description: Soil Conservation Service work shows examples of major erosion in gullies.Archive#: 10-LF-NAC-6064,6065,6066, 6067 Ray Lynge in the gully-Jackson County ILGully Repair40 men sitting in one gully Building Check DamWoven wire brush dam under construction 1934 - (Freddie & Lightning)Building Dam Back reads: Construction of pond outletBuilding FormsMixing concrete for Porvart farm damBuilding a terrace outlet Back reads: Completed terrace outlet with sod strips across it. Completed Log Dam-Ken Schroder, Nick Carter TechnicianLog DamBack: Completed farm pond - Provart Farm - Williman TechnicianTree Planting CrewNames of tree planting crew. Ruins from the Mess Hall fireHeadquarters & Office StaffInside the BarracksHard working field crewYoung America in the CCCPhoto back: Junesa field crew in CCC Camp Murphysboro, IL 1934Resting after a lunch of bologna sandwiches. Co. 2681, SCS-3, Marshall, IL - 1936 Donor: Eugene Kitch, Pictured on the far left. Description: Soil Conservation Service. Kitchen Patrol or KP. Peeling potatoes was a task that everyone had to participate in during their CCC enrollment. Archive#: 16-LF-CLC-6639 KP - Preparing supper.