Shows Birmingham and views of Alabama's mountains, homes, factories, mines, railways, and its State Parks, including Oak Mountain State Park, Weogufka State Park, De Soto State Park, and Cheaha State Park. CCC men in the parks crack rocks, construct lodges and roads, operate bulldozers and dump trucks, and study first aid and artificial respiration. Includes views of tourists driving into the parks, picnicking, and wading in streams.
National Archives Identifier: 11699
Local Identifier: 48.68
Creator(s): Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures. (? - ?) (Most Recent)
From: Series : Motion Picture Film Documentation of the Diverse Activities of the Department of the Interior, compiled 1916 - 1976
* Record Group 48: Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, 1826 - 2009
Level of Description: Item
Type(s) of Archival Materials: Moving Images
This item was produced or created: 1937
The creator compiled or maintained the series between: 1916 - 1976
Access Restriction(s): Unrestricted
Use Restriction(s): Undetermined
Sound Type: Sound
Accession Number(s): III-NAV-193
Online Resource(s): YouTube
This video is available on the U.S. National Archives' channel on YouTube.
A transcript of this video is available online as a PDF.
Contributors to Authorship and/or Production of the Archival Material(s):
* Department of the Interior. National Park Service. (1916 - 1933), Producer