The Civilian Conservation Corps collection is comprised of two separate donations and an issue of "Voice of Veyo" taken from the archives' former vertical files. The first donation includes two 11 inch X 16 inch black and white photographs in four parts. Each part is 8 ½ inches X 11 inches printed on photographic paper. The two parts constituting the first form a large group photo of Company 961 CCC in 1934. The second is a photo of the buildings erected for Company 961 CCC.
The second donation to the collection includes two large (9 inches in diameter) copies of the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) logo (one in color, the other in black and white). Two copies of an issue of the “handmade” publication entitled “Midget Tribune” contain information about the men and projects of Company 585 Leeds, Utah. The July 1939 issue is also part of the collection. Two songs (Our Alma Mater and S-H-O-V-E-L) are included on a single sheet of paper. The final item in this donation is a printed bound keepsake style book similar to a yearbook having belonged to Eugene Gross.