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Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Weather Conditions. 1935-11-04
Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps.  Weather Conditions. 1935-11-04
Original index titleNorthwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Weather Conditions. 1935-11-04
NewspaperSpokesman-review ; 1935-11-04
TitleWaitsburg gets odd fellow nod
DescriptionWaitsburg gets odd fellow nod
This city began to get used to cold weather today. Farmers are beginning to fear the light coating of snow is not enough to protect fall-sown wheat. The ground in many places is frozen to 2.5 inches deep.
Subject KeysNorthwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Weather Conditions; Mill Creek CCC camp; Camp Dix, New Jersey; Sixteenth District Odd Fellows Association; G. C. Houtchens; Alfred J. Zielinski; Leo Cohen; C. E. Donnigan; snow removal
Date.Original1935
Resource Identifiernwh36-785
SubjectsNorthwest, Pacific -- History -- 20th century
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Northwest, Pacific
Houtchens, G. C.
Zielinski, Alfred J.
Cohen, Leo
Donnigan, C. E.
Resource TypeClippings
Text
Format.UseImage/JPEG2000
SourceNorthwest history box 36
LanguageEnglish
Date.Digital2008
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