Image of the earlier log stairway that bypasses the Stairway Falls between Duncan and Rose Lakes north of the Gunflint Trail. From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.
Image shows at least three canoes apparently "in tow" according to scrapbook title. The CCC enrollees along with their supplies fill the canoes on West Bearskin Lake. From the scrapbook of Albert Malner, enrollee and later Cook County Sheriff.
Metal structure of the Cascade State park bridge built by the Spruce Creek CCC crew in 1935. This structure is still supports the foot bridge at today's Cascade River State park. From the scrapbook of Harold Moe, enrollee who settled in Cook County.
Construction of the Cascade River State Park bridge done by the Spruce Creek CCC crew. Metal bridge structure remains intact today with only logs, decking and rails having been replaced. Harold J. Moe is shown working on the bridge.
Enrollees are shown at their Christmas dinner in the mess hall of the Hovland CCC camp. Men are packed tightly together at tables, barrel stove is at the center of the room and officers' table is at the head of the room with American flag hanging behind them. From the scrapbook of Joseph Spitznagle, education advisor.