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    Company #1650, Camp Rand (F-75) c. 1935? - Galice OR

    CCC Camp Rand: Rand National Historic Site – Galice OR

    Date added: November 15, 2021; Modified: May 22, 2024

    The Rand National Historic Site is located on the west side of the Rogue River in southwestern Oregon, 25 miles northwest of Grants Pass and 3 miles downstream from Galice. Rand’s history covers the Gold Rush, establishment of the Siskiyou National… read more

    CCC Camp Applegate (former) – Ruch OR

    Date added: April 25, 2024; Modified: May 21, 2024

    Once located approximately 35 miles southwest of Medford in the Rogue River National Forest, Camp Applegate operated as a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp from 1933 until 1941. Oregon enrollees worked at Camp Applegate (F-41) on US Forest Service projects… read more

    Cooper Spur Trail Shelter on the Timberline Trail - Mount Hood National Forest OR

    Cooper Spur Trail Shelter – Mount Hood National Forest OR

    Date added: October 1, 2021; Modified: May 5, 2024

    The Cooper Spur Trail Shelter was one of several shelters built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) for the use of hikers on the Timberline Trail. The stone hut contains a fireplace with chimney allowing a couple of people to… read more

    CCC Camp Sisters

    CCC Camp Sisters (former) – Camp Sherman OR

    Date added: January 3, 2015; Modified: April 25, 2024

    The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Sisters (F-110, Company #1454) at Camp Sherman, Oregon operated near the headwaters of the Metolius River in Jefferson County from 1933 to 1942. It was just one of the average 60 CCC camps that… read more

    Overlook Shelter & Comfort Station - Portland OR

    Overlook Park Shelter and Comfort Station – Portland OR

    Date added: January 5, 2015; Modified: April 24, 2024

    Acquired by the City of Portland in 1930, the ten-acre Overlook Park required improvements during the Depression years if it were to serve adequately the north Portland Overlook neighborhood, which had reached full development during the 1920s real estate boom…. read more

    Hatchery Tanks

    Klamath Fish Hatchery – Chiloquin OR

    Date added: July 3, 2012; Modified: April 23, 2024

    Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) relief workers and Public Works Administration (PWA) funds contributed to construction of the Klamath Fish Hatchery during the 1930s and early 1940s.  It was originally owned and run by the Klamath tribe but was bought by… read more

    Historic West Linn City Hall 

    West Linn City Hall (former) – West Linn OR

    Date added: June 9, 2021; Modified: April 23, 2024

    At a cost of approximately $28,000, the Historic West Linn City Hall was completed in July 1936 with funds provided by both a Public Works Administration (PWA) grant and loan. Local voters approved a bond measure to reimburse the loan… read more

    Pronghorn Antelope at Hart Mountain National Animal Refuge - Lakeview OR

    Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge – Lakeview OR

    Date added: May 13, 2023; Modified: April 23, 2024

    President Roosevelt signed an executive order on December 21, 1936 to establish the Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge in Lake County, Oregon. This area served the largest, remaining pronghorn antelope herd in the United States. Comprised of Hart Mountain and the… read more

    Tillamook City Hall viewed from northwest

    City Hall (Old Post Office) – Tillamook OR

    Date added: January 8, 2015; Modified: April 23, 2024

    Tillamook City Hall was originally constructed as Tillamook’s post office. The building was completed in 1942 and houses a New Deal mural inside. The site for the new federal post office, located across from the Tillamook County Courthouse, was acquired… read more