WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Washington County, Utah)
CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS (CCC) CAMP
The Veyo CCC Camp (F-31) housed a special company of World War I veterans, CCC Company 1923-V.
37° 20' 21" North Latitude, 113° 41' 43" West Longitude
37.339° North Latitude, 113.695° West Longitude
4,496 feet (1,371 meters) MSL
See the map of CCC camps in Washington County.
WCHS-01047 Photo of the Veyo CCC Camp on 12/5/1939
WCHS-01048 Photo of some buildings at the Veyo CCC Camp on 12/5/1939
Other WCHS photos:
WCHS-01046 Information sheet with photos of the Veyo CCC Camp
WCHS-01049 Photo of Veyo CCC Camp personnel taking down the flag
WCHS-01050 Photo of the Veyo CCC Camp mess hall
WCHS-01051 Photo of the Veyo Camp personnel as of 12/5/1939
WCHS-01052 List of the Veyo CCC Camp personnel as of 12/5/1939
WCHS-03284 Modern photo of the Captain's quarters at the old Veyo CCC Camp
Other photos on the web:
Photo of an 11/3/1939 first aid course certificate awarded to Lynn W. Jones at the Veyo CCC Camp
Photo two men operating a bulldozer at a Veyo, Duck Creek, or Ferron CCC construction site
Photo of five men from the Veyo, Duck Creek, or Ferron CCC Camps
Photo of two enrollees, one on the shoulders of the other, in a field near their Veyo, Duck Creek, or Ferron CCC camp
Photo of two enrollees on a pile of lumber at their Veyo, Duck Creek, or Ferron CCC construction site
REFERENCESBook: "With Picks, Shovels & Hope: The CCC and Its Legacy on the Colorado Plateau"