CCC road builder
Roy Warren of Nowatta, Oklahoma, enrolled with the Civilian Conservation Corps’ Company 876. The 18-year-old served for almost 2 years building roads before he received his certificate of Honorable Discharge on June 30, 1939. The Civilian Conservation Corps, a key program of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, operated from 1933 through 1942 and provided jobs to young, unemployed men.
National Archives, Records of the U.S. Civil Service Commission