In heavy timber in Rainier National Park, Washington, members of the Civilian Conservation Corps are at work, July 3, 1933, on forest fire prevention, trail building and soil erosion program laid out by the National Park Service. Company 930, made up of Washington State boys, is shown in its camp at Tahoma Creek, the first C.C.C. camp to be established in the park, July 3, 1933. (AP Photo)

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