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[Parade float for the 2nd Division U. S. Army]

Description: Photograph of parade float that appears to be stopped on a street. The float includes a replica of a tepee, with several people in Native American and military dress; a sign on the end of the float says "2nd Division, U. S. Army" and lists several locations. A house is visible in the background.
Date: 1933~/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Man holding on to a boat]

Description: A photograph of an unidentified man holding on to a boat. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Two men waiting at the Pineland railroad station]

Description: Two Civilian Conservation Corp members waiting outside the Pineland Railroad station. The station has two entrances, one that read "White Waiting Room and The other marked "Colored Waiting Room." The photo has "Self Explanatory" written below it. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Unidentified Road near Pineland, Texas ]

Description: This photograph shows an unidentified road near the Civilian Conservation Corp. Camp in Pineland, Texas. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Parade float honoring the 2nd Division U. S. Army]

Description: This photograph shows a parade float honoring the 2nd Division U. S. Army. Men gather around to view the tepee as one man puts the finishing touches on the wagon. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Men in costume for a parade]

Description: This photograph shows three men, dressed as Native Americans, standing by a parade float with a tepee on it. The banner on the back of the float honors the 2nd Division U.S. Army. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Two men stand next to parade float]

Description: This photograph shows two unidentified men standing next to a float decorated with a tepee and drying racks for leather and food. The float has a banner on the back that honors the 2nd Division U. S. Army. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Connie McCann and two friends]

Description: Connie Ford McCann, center, poses with two friends during the time he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Men gather on a basketball court]

Description: Seven men gather on the Civilian Conservation Corps. camp's basketball court. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Men pose in the Pineland CCC camp]

Description: A photograph of men posing in the Pineland, Texas Civilian Conservation Corps camp. The living quarters (tents) for the camp members can be seen in the background. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Connie McCann and friend]

Description: Connie Ford McCann, on the left, and an unidentified man pose for the camera in the CCC camp in Pineland, Texas. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[CCC member poses in front of his tent]

Description: An unidentified man stands in front of his tent in the CCC camp in Pineland, Texas. He is wearing the uniform that all camp members were issued when they were accepted into the camp. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Man poses in CCC camp]

Description: An unidentified man poses in the Pineland, Texas CCC camp. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Three men pose by the CCC camp bulletin board]

Description: Three men pose in front of a wood building and the CCC camp bulletin board. The donor identified these men as possibly the camp officers. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[CC members do their laundry]

Description: Men do their laundry in buckets in the Pineland, Texas CCC camp. "Wash Day" is written on the back of the photograph. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford

[Connie McCann's CCC Tent Crew 1933]

Description: Connie McCann's C.C.C. tent crew pose with their cleaning supplies for a photograph in Pineland, Texas. The man in the rear of the line workers is John Hennesy George, a friend of Connie F. McCann. "Connie McCann's C.C.C. tent crew 1933" is written on the back of the photograph. The inscription on the back of the photograph was written by Connie Micheal McCann, the son of Connie Ford McCann, as he and his father were going through the images. The photograph was taken during one of McCann's two six-month tours in the Civilian Conservation Corps located in Pineland, Texas during the Great Depression.
Date: 1933/1934~
Creator: McCann, Connie Ford