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Colossal Cave, AZ New Deal (2244)

Colossal Cave, AZ New Deal (2244)
"Cave men at Work", timeline of the CCC at Colossal Cave. Colossal Cave is a Pima County park located about 20 miles southeast of Tucson. While the park is famous for its cave, it is also famous for much of the park having been built by the CCC -- which is the main reason I went to visit.

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James Ruddy
James Ruddy
What do the yellow stripes on the sleeve mean?
3 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to James Ruddy
I don't know, but from the history that I have read, there was a fairly high level of effort to instill a semi-military atmosphere in the work camps so as to teach young men order.
3 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
I know that, and saw some of the regular army looking chevrons on the sleeves, but never saw them like hash marks before.
3 years ago.