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CCC Art - Artist of the Civilian Conservation Corps - Marshall Davis

Telling the stories of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) art program.
The CCC, operating from 1933 to 1942, was the first and most successful of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's (FDR) 1930's New Deal work programs. Between 1934 - 1937 President Roosevelt personally approved sending artists into CCC camps to make a pictorial record. What these artists depicted, during the cruelest years of the Great Depression, is now recognized as the greatest conservation movement in American history

"CCC ART - Marshall Davis, Artists of the Civilian Conservation Corps"


FDR Presidental Library

Barnes & Noble

Feature story on the extensive travel and investigation required to research the untold story of a the CCC Art program.