Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

Civilian Conservation Corps - Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

Camp S-60 Whipple Place

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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.
Posted by Deb (Fisher) Riley on April 1, 2012 Slideshow

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