Ca. 1937. 179 images (5 missing), ranging in dimension from 2-1/2" x 2" to 3-1/2" x 5-1/2". Artfully arranged and almost fully captioned in white ink, with names of subjects and locations; a few items dated 1937 & 1938.
C.C.C. Company 297 moved from Kanona, New York to Heppner, Oregon in late 1936. The images in this album document the cross-country move in detail, including way-stops in Denver and Boone, Colorado. Includes many captioned of the lads at work, laying dams and bridges, cutting wood, preparing meals, etc. A tipped-in meal coupon is issued to one "Joseph Accurie" (likely Accurio), whom we speculate was the compiler of the album. An unusually well-conceived and captioned CCC scrapbook, documenting a significant piece of a single company's history; substantially complete and in excellent condition.