FERA Men Work at Monument

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Title FERA Men Work at Monument
Identifier 0611B
Subject Men--FERA; Dinosaur National Monument
Description Men from the FERA camp at Dinoaur Monument take a break from their labors around a small fire. They are removing the overburden from the hillside to make a way into the quarry area.The tracks are used to pull carts of overburden and rock. A group of men from the CWA (Civilian Works Administration) and the FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) worked and lived at the Monument under the supervision of Dr. Albert C. Boyle, geologist and custodian of the Dinosaur National Monument.
Publisher Uintah County Regional History Center
Date 1935; 1936; 1937; 1938
Type Image/StillImage
Format image/jpeg
Language eng
Rights Management Digital Image, Copyright 2019 Uintah County Regional History Center
Archival Resolution 800 dpi, 5132 x 3565 pixels
Low Resolution 800 x 600 pixels
Bit Depth 8
Scanning Device Epson Perfection V800
Scanning Technician Elaine Carr
Spatial Coverage Uintah County (Utah)
Source Material B & W Negative
Website uintahhistory.org
Owning Institution Uintah County Regional History Center
Metadata Cataloger Elaine Carr
ARK ark:/87278/s6bw212n
Setname ucl_tp
Date Created 2019-07-17
Date Modified 2019-07-17
ID 1432131
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6bw212n
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