Image of a fire tower shows from top to bottom, tower is in an unidentified location. The CCC built many fire towers, just one of the important ways they assisted with forest fire control. Stamped on back is Joseph R. Florian.
Image of CCC road grader on unidentified road. In Cook County road building projects were a key part of devlopment during the CCC era. Roads into the forest were especially important for fighting forest fires. Stamped on the back is Joseph R. Florian.
An unidentified man is in driver's seat of road building equipment, a bull dozer on the muddy road. Many roads were built and better developed in Cook County during the CCC era. Stamped on the back is Joseph R. Florian.
Enrollee (identified as Jessen) at rock wall near Cascade River Wayside. Shows close up of CCC work done by Spruce Creek crews. From the scrapbook of Harold Moe, enrollee who later settled in Cook County.
Five CCC enrollees are shown pushing what looks like a stove on a wheelbarrow up the trail to the top of Lima Mountain using "modern transportation." From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.
Image shows CCC enrollees of Company 712 standing next to a line of four or more trucks in winter time. The caption in the scrapbook notes "30 below and rarin' to go." From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee who would become Cook County Sheriff.
Image is of Dr. Nelson, CCC camp doctor, and enrollee Albert J. Malner inside of a tent with wood floor, metal ductwork in the foreground. From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.