Young men of Company 1722 of the Civilian Conservation Corps are gathered outside a building built with vertical logs. The men wear coats and boots. Four men in the center are dressed in white and are possibly the camp cooks.
A large group of men, women and children are posed on a grassy area, possilby at a fairgrounds. They are dressed in suits and dresses. Most of the men and women wear hats. A large banner for the Sigdalslaget is mounted stand in the center back. A Norwegian flag and an American flag are spread on the ground in front of the group. A building for the Bethlehem Ladies Aid lunch stand is on the right. Homes can be seen in the background on the left.
A large group of men, women and children are posed in front of an unidentified church. They are dressed in suits and dresses. Most of the women wear hats. A number of the people have a ribbon pinned on them with the letters YPL.
A large group of men, women and children stand along the shore of Ten Mile Lake. Some stand in boats beached on the shore. Nearly all the women and girls wear white dresses and hats. Most of the men and boys wear suits and hats. A large "Welcome to Wendell" banner is held by men in the front. Some men hold band instruments. Trees, cabins and old cars can be seen in the background.