Central States Forest Experimental Station – Martinsville IN

Description

Concrete foundation, clapboard walls. Gabled roof, asphalt shingles, stone chimney. Carpenters is other skilled workers employed through the Civil Works Administration (CWA) worked on the buildings as well as the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The building is now only used occasionally.

Source notes

DNR Historic Site and Structures Inventory; Outdoor Indiana 1934-1945; Department of Conservation Annual Reports 1932-1942; Ben Hubbard, Division of Forestry.

Project originally submitted by Indiana DNR, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology on September 9, 2015.

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Location Info


Morgan-Monroe State Forest
Martinsville, IN 46151

Coordinates: 39.325851, -86.419921

One comment on “Central States Forest Experimental Station – Martinsville IN

  1. Thomas Snead

    MY F

    My father, Joseph Snead, came from Kentucky given a new pickup truck and told to go to Martinsville to set up a CCC camp. I have some pictures that I will post.

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