Civilian Conservation Corps - Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/ Civilian Conservation Corps - Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania CCC Camp Locations in Huntingdon County This outline of Huntingdon County, PA shows the locations of the camps within Huntingdon County. Map adapted from The Huntingdon County Data Book http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595521 106595521 C. H. Miller Statement of Income, Profit, and Loss This financial statement shows the impact the CCC had on one local business, C. H. Miller Hardware Co., in Huntingdon, PA. Courtesy of Richard Coffman, C. H. Miller Hardware http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595515 106595515 Camp S-57 at Paradise Furnace This photo shows the tent city before workers constructed permanent buildings and barracks. Photograph shared by Trough Creek State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595523 106595523 Camp S-57 at Paradise Furnace This photo shows the construction and progress at the camp after the barracks and buildings were constructed. Photograph shared by Trough Creek State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595522 106595522 Camp S-59 Seeger Farm This is an aeriel sketch of the layout at the Seeger Farm camp. Sketch provided by Paul Fagley of Greenwood Furnace State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595524 106595524 Camp S-60 Whipple Place Aerial View This sketch was shared with me by Paul Fagley at Greenwood Furnace State Park, DCNR. He said the following about this camp, "That is a sketch of Camp S-60, located about 6 miles east of Whipple Dam State Park. It was established on June 5, 1933, as the Whipple Place Camp, Co. 399. By late 1937, the camp had been closed. On December 22, 1937, Company 1381, located at S-112 Martin?s Gap (Detweiler) was relocated to S-60, and the camp was renamed Owl?s Gap. In the summer of 1941, this camp was closed, and Company 3306 was relocated there. It only lasted to Nov 15, 1941. This time, the camp was called the Petersburg Camp." http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103852919 103852919 Camp S-60 Whipple Place Photograph from Paul Fagley at Greenwood Furnace State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595526 106595526 Camp S-60 Whipple Place This is a photo of the overhead and rated men at the Owl's Gap camp in Petersburg, PA. The men include: Top Row L-R: Marvil Gibbs of Boothwin PA an assistant leader, William Hugiro of Pittsburg PA an assistant leader, Ronald Kennedy of Tyrone PA a leader, Blair Gibboney of McAlevy's Fort PA a leader, Hobert Bollingher of Shade Gap PA a leader, and Robert Bealer of Sellersville PA a senior leader. Middle Row L-R: Thomas R. Daugherty, Yardly PA the mess sergant leader, Francis Cassiato of Chester PA an assistant leader, James Evans of Chester PA an assistant leader, Arthur Ercher of Easton PA an assistant leader, Debert Black of Arbisonia PA an assistant leader, Raymond Ayers of Petersburg PA an assistant leader, Peter Irvich of Upland PA an assistant leader, and Edward Pavlisko of Pittsburgh PA an assistant leader. Bottom Row L-R: Woodrow Bowman of Cherry Tree PA an assistant leader, Blair Snyder of Tyrone PA an assistant leader, Anthony Zurlo of Chester PA an assistant leader cook, Raymond Rosenblum of Philadelphia PA an assistant leader clerk, Edward Donahue of Sellersville PA a leader cook, and Howard Graham of Chester PA a leader storekeep. Robert Bealer is the man circled in the photo. The photo was taken between 1934-1935 and was submitted by Frank Kroboth. All names were typed as they appear on the back of the photo. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=152649875 152649875 Camp S-60 Whipple Place These were the cooks at the Owl's Gap camp in Petersburg, Huntingdon Co., PA. They included: Back Row L-R: Anthony Zurlo of Chester, PA a 2nd Cook, Joseph Hayduk of Mt. Union, PA a 3rd Cook, Edward Donahue of Sellersville, PA a 1st Cook. Middle Row L-R: Tony Tomaacio of Philadelphia a 3rd Cook, Stanley Binchansky of Chester, PA a 2nd Cook, Samuel Whitsel of Mill Creek, PA a 1st Cook. Front Row: Thomas R. Daugherty of Yardly, PA a mess sergant. (All spellings are as they appear on the back of the photo). The photo was taken between 1934 and 1935. This photo was submitted by Frank Kroboth. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=152649874 152649874 Camp S-60 Whipple Place This is the front cover of the Vol. 1 No. 9 (Christmas Issue ? December 1935) issue of The Owl?s Gap Hoot N Howl (camp newsletter). It was submitted by Frank Kroboth. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=152646858 152646858 Camp S-60 Whipple Place This roster was from the Owl's Gap camp in Petersburg, Huntingdon County, PA and was from December 1935 newsletter. It was submitted by Frank Kroboth. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=152646857 152646857 Camp S-60 Whipple Place This is a group of workers from the S-60 Owl's Gap Camp. It was shared by George Galla Jr. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=153627195 153627195 Camp S-60 Whipple Place This is a photo of George Galla Sr. at the camp sign. It was submitted by his son, George Galla Jr. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=153627196 153627196 Dress Uniform This is an unknown enrollee from the S-60 Owl's Gap camp. This photograph was shared with me by Paul Fagley at Greenwood Furnace State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595520 106595520 Work Uniform This is an unknown enrollee from the S-60 Owl's Gap camp. This photograph was shared with me by Paul Fagley at Greenwood Furnace State Park, DCNR http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595527 106595527 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr.(1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335056 120335056 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr. (1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335057 120335057 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr. (1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. He is in the foreground with his back to the photographer. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335055 120335055 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr. (1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335058 120335058 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr. (1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335054 120335054 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley Photograph from the Huntingdon County Historical Society http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595517 106595517 Sedgley Thornbury at Diamond Valley Camp, S-61 This photo was shared with me by Sedgely Thornbury. In 1994, Sedgely Thornbury wrote, "I ran across the enclosed picture taken at the flagpole of Diamond Valley CCC Camp in 1933. A few years ago I visited the spot and found the millstone base still in place. Perhaps it is still there. It is located just down the hill from the officer's quarters which I guess is still in use. All the rest of the buildings are long gone. I was then a 2nd Lt. and am to the right. The camp commander is on the left. He was a Captain but I don't remember his name. The gentleman and his son in the center I believe was with the Forestry Service." http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103852923 103852923 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was submitted by Tammy Shupard Brandt. Her grandfather was Herbert Ross Shupard Sr. (1914-2008). He served at the Diamond Valley Camp. He is in the front frow, second from the left. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=120335053 120335053 Camp S-112 Detweiler Camp Photograph from the Huntingdon County Historical Society http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=106595516 106595516 Detweiler Camp, S-112, Martin's Gap This photo was shared with me by Nancy Dillon Block. Her father, Paul C. Dillon, served at the camp from 7/13/1933 - 9/21/1933. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103852920 103852920 Paul C. Dillon (1913-1997) Paul served at the Martin's Gap Camp. Photo from Nancy Dillon Block http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=105753130 105753130 CCC Hat of Paul Dillon This photo was sent to me by Paul Dillon's daughter, Nancy Block. Paul served at the Martin's Gap Camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=118799414 118799414 Paul C. Dillon Discharge Paper - Page 1 This discharge record was shared with me by Nancy Dillon Block. Her father, Paul C. Dillon, was born 8/18/1913 and died 11/24/1997. He was living in Huntingdon at the time of his service at the Martin's Gap camp, and later moved to Irving, TX. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103852921 103852921 Paul C. Dillon Discharge Paper - Page 2 This discharge record was shared with me by Nancy Dillon Block. Her father, Paul C. Dillon, was born 8/18/1913 and died 11/24/1997. He was living in Huntingdon at the time of his service at the Martin's Gap camp, and later moved to Irving, TX. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103855326 103855326 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688888 162688888 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688889 162688889 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688890 162688890 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688891 162688891 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688892 162688892 Camp S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688893 162688893 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688894 162688894 Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA. The back of the photo reads: "Thomas Russo, taken near Licking Creek Drive, Mt. Union, PA, Camp 58 C. C. C., June 1933" http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688895 162688895 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688896 162688896 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688897 162688897 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688898 162688898 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688899 162688899 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA. The back of the photo reads: "Thomas Russo, Decker, Jones, Kramer, Jefferies, McCool, Lyster, working on Sunday as K. P., taken near Licking Creek Drive, Mt. Union, PA, Camp #58 C. C. C., taken July 1933" http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688900 162688900 S-58 Bell Furnace This photo was shared with me by Maryrose Slemko. Her grandfather, Gaetano "Thomas" Russo, was a member of Camp S-58, Bell Furnace, in Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., PA http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162688901 162688901 Lemon E. Lawson Discharge Paper - Page 1 This discharge record was shared with me by Thomas Lawson. His father, Lemon E. Lawson, was born in 1902 and died in 1992. He was from Indiana, PA, and served at camp S-57 Paradise Furnace in Trough Creek, Huntingdon Co., PA. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162799831 162799831 Lemon E. Lawson Discharge Paper - Page 1 This discharge record was shared with me by Thomas Lawson. His father, Lemon E. Lawson, was born in 1902 and died in 1992. He was from Indiana, PA, and served at camp S-57 Paradise Furnace in Trough Creek, Huntingdon Co., PA. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=162799832 162799832 George Kenawell Cooking Certificate George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663687 179663687 George Kenawell Carpentry Certificate George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663688 179663688 George Kenawell Baking Certificate George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663689 179663689 George Kenawell Baker Introduction Card George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663690 179663690 George Kenawell (1921-1978) George served at Camp S-60 and is shown in his cook or baker uniform. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663691 179663691 George Kenawell Carpenter Introduction Card George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663692 179663692 George Kenawell Construction Certificate George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663693 179663693 Geoge Kenawell (1921-1978) George served at Camp S-60, and is pictured in his dress uniform. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663694 179663694 George Kenawell Cook Introduction Card George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663695 179663695 George Kenawell Bulldozer & Tractor Introduction Card George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663696 179663696 Whipple Place (Owl's Gap) Camp, S-60 His father, George Kenawell served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663697 179663697 Thanksgiving Menu & Roster 1940 This program belonged to George Kenawell, who served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663698 179663698 Whipple Place (Owl's Gap) Camp Roster from 1940 This list belonged to George Kenawell, who served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663699 179663699 Thanksgiving Menu 1940 This menu belonged to George Kenawell, who served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663700 179663700 George Kenawell Recommendation Letter George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663701 179663701 George Kenawell Recommendation Letter George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663702 179663702 George Kenawell Recommendation Letter George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663703 179663703 George Kenawell Recommendation Letter George served at Camp S-60. This photo was shared by his son, Keith Kenawell. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179663704 179663704 Maximillian Walker Maximillian was from Clay Township, Huntingdon County, PA. He was the son of Maggie B. (Long) Walker. He was one of 15 children. This photo was shared with me by Julie Price. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=180136394 180136394 C Barracks at S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516720 184516720 Camp Hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516721 184516721 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, is the third from the left. The others are unknown. Albert worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516722 184516722 Albert F. Breitweiser This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. He is standing on the steps of the hospital. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516723 184516723 Albert F. Breitweiser News Article This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516724 184516724 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. The man in the photo is unknown. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516725 184516725 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. The men in the photo are unknown. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516726 184516726 Camp S-61 This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. The man in the photo is unknown. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516732 184516732 Camp S-61 Diamond Valley An overview of the camp located in Petersburg, Huntingdon County, PA. This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516733 184516733 View from Bald Knob Fire Tower This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516734 184516734 View from the top of the Shower Room at Camp S-61 This photo was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. The photo was taken on October 15, 1934. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184517691 184517691 Camp S-61 Ledger 1 This image was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. These names are believed to be those of men who worked in or visited the hospital. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516727 184516727 Camp S-61 Ledger 2 This image was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. These names are believed to be those of men who worked in or visited the hospital. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516728 184516728 Camp S-61 Ledger 3 This image was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. These names are believed to be those of men who worked in or visited the hospital. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516729 184516729 Camp S-61 Ledger 4 This image was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. These names are believed to be those of men who worked in or visited the hospital. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516730 184516730 Camp S-61 Ledger 5 This image was shared by Anita Palmer. Her father, Albert F. Breitweiser, worked in the camp hospital at S-61 Diamond Valley between 1933-1935. These names are believed to be those of men who worked in or visited the hospital. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=184516731 184516731 Dick Loudon, Joe Pierce, Tom Loudon Tom and Dick Loudon were brothers. Joe Pierce was from Philadelphia. The photo was taken in Altoona, PA. Tom Loudon served with the CCC at Camp S-59 Seeger Farm and SCS-9 Todd Township. Tom Loudon was from Altoona, Blair County, PA. This photo was shared by Tobin Civils. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648332 188648332 S-59 Seeger Farm Camp This photo was submitted by Tobin Civils. His grandfather, Tom Loudon, served at the camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648333 188648333 S-59 Seeger Farm Crew Members Joe Pierce is pictured in this photo. It is believed he was from the Philadelphia area. This photo was shared by Tobin Civils. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648334 188648334 S-59 Seeger Farm Recreation Hall This is the recreation hall at Camp S-59. The sign over the door reads "Recreation Room" This photo was shared by Tobin Civils. His grandfather, Tom Loudon, was a member at the camp in 1936. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648336 188648336 S-59 Seeger Farm Mess Hall The inside of the mess hall at Camp S-59. This photo was shared by Tobin Civils. His grandfather, Tom Loudon, was a member at the camp. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648337 188648337 Tom Loudon (1915-1977) Tom Loudon was a member at S-59 Seeger Farm in McAlevy's Fort and at SCS-9 Todd Township. This photo was shared by his grandson, Tobin Civils. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648338 188648338 SCS-9 Todd Township This photo includes Tom Loudon in the front row in the center with the hat on. It also lists Jackie Morris, Bill Marks, and a Hartline. This photo was shared by Tobin Civils. http://woodcockvalley.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188648335 188648335