[N.p. ca. 1935]. 16pp. Tall 16mo. Original printed wrappers, stapled. Light oxidization around staples. Light wear and soiling to wraps. Light tanning. About very good. Item #1002
A scarce and ephemeral little handbook, published as a guide for the enrollees into Company 755 of the Civilian Conservation Corps, which worked on the McKenzie Bridge over the river of the same name, near Belknap Springs in central Oregon, during the mid-1930s. The guide offers directions on dress, decorum, and etiquette for the purposes of maintaining unit cohesion, and also emphasizes respect for CCC officers and fellow workers. "Friendship, Integrity, Accuracy, and above all, SUCCESS." Understandably not in OCLC.