"Sgt. Burke, of the U.S. Army, talking to a group of boys just arrived from New York as replacements for CCC Camp, TVA #22, near Esco, Tennessee, telling them the rules of the camp before they go to their lunch. Behind the boys are some of the tents in which they are living, pending the completion of the barracks which will be their winter quarters. The iron cones behind the two boys at the left of the picture are heating stoves for the tents.", 11/17/1933
ARC Identifier 532776 / Local Identifier 142-H-158
Item from Record Group 142: Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1918 - 2000
|Creator(s):||Tennessee Valley Authority. (1933 - )|
|Type(s) of Archival Materials:||Photographs and other Graphic Materials|
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|Part Of:||Series: Lewis Hine Photographs for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), compiled 1933 - 1933|
|Online Resource:||Teaching with Documents|
|Online Resource URL:||http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/fdr-inaugural/|
|Online Resource Note:||The Teaching with Documents online lesson plan, “FDR's First Inaugural Address,” features this item.
|Variant Control Number(s):||NAIL Control Number: NWDNS-142-H-158|