Title: Civilian Conservation Corps Worker, (sculpture)
Sculpture: metal. Plaza: stone and concrete
Owned by Dipert, Dan, Jr 4709 El Salvador Court Artlington Texas
Located Civilian Conservation Corps Camp No. 3781 345 Camphill Road Entrance Damascus Alabama
1991. Dedicated May 31, 2011
State of Arkansas, Department of Arkansas Heritage, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, 2015.
Figure of a shirtless young man in work pants and boots. He wears a floppy hat and holds his shirt bunched up in his proper left hand at his waist. He holds an axe vertically at his proper right side, the head of the axe resting on the ground and his proper right hand resting atop the axe handle. The sculpture is installed on a stone and concrete plaza at the entrance to the former Civilian Conservation Corps Camp No. 3781. At the front of the plaza is a stone bench, and at the back of the plaza is a stone wall featuring two archways and an inscription plaque.
Figure male--Full length
History--United States--Depression Era
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums