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Official opening of Jobs Corps Center, Ouachita National Forest, March 22, 1965 [Orville L. Freeman speaking]

Author: Ernie Deane; Arkansas History Commission.
Publisher: 1965.
Series: Ernie Deane Photographic Collection.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
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Negative taken for March 23, 1965, Arkansas Gazette article "Job Corps Center Ceremony Stirs Depression Memories," B1:2. The first Job Corps Conservation Center in the south was opened in the Ouachita National Forest west of Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. The Ouachita Civilian Conservation Center is a program to educate youths between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one for work that they currently are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Negatives
Film negatives
Named Person: Orville L Freeman
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ernie Deane; Arkansas History Commission.
OCLC Number: 52804440
Notes: Title supplied by photographer.
Description: 1 negative : b&w ; 6 x 6 cm. (2 x 2 in.)
Series Title: Ernie Deane Photographic Collection.
Other Titles: Arkansas gazette (Little Rock, Ark. : 1889)
Responsibility: Ernie Deane [photographer].

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Negative taken for March 23, 1965, Arkansas Gazette article "Job Corps Center Ceremony Stirs Depression Memories," B1:2. The first Job Corps Conservation Center in the south was opened in the Ouachita National Forest west of Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. The Ouachita Civilian Conservation Center is a program to educate youths between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one for work that they currently are inadequately trained. Ralph Kunz, a career National Forest Service employee, will direct the center. The Job Corps is part of the Office of Economic Opportunity. United States Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman (1918-2003) and Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus (1910-1994) spoke to several hundred persons at the opening ceremony. Airline Mobile Home Corporation in Cabot, Lonoke County, Arkansas, built the prefabricated barracks and other buildings for the center, which will also use facilities constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.

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