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Union Lumber Co., Fort Bragg, Cal.

Panorama, Fort Bragg, Cal.

View of Union Lumber Co., Fort Bragg, Cal.

Birdseye view of Fort Bragg, Cal.

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - California - Mendocino County - Fort Bragg - ED 23-19, ED 23-20, ED 23-21

Abandoned school bus occupied by two workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina in a settlement near the fort

Outside a general store at Manchester, North Carolina. Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Man from Idaho, who got temporary work at Fort Bragg, now plans to go back home. In a trailer settlement near Fayetteville, North Carolina

In a trailer settlement of migrants working at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Silver Lake (vicinity), North Carolina. A worker who is employed at Fort Bragg in the doorway of a bunkerhouse in which he rents a lower berth

Construction worker from Fort Bragg who lives in this bunkhouse in a settlement near Manchester, North Carolina

Schools in Fayetteville, North Carolina were crowded as a result of the influx of population caused by the enlarging of Fort Bragg. North Carolina

Shacks in a settlement of workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, near Manchester, North Carolina

Wife of a construction worker. They live in a converted trolley car near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Child of a migratory construction worker living in a trailer settlement near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Migratory construction workers in a general store near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Migratory workers employed at Fort Bragg in a trailer camp near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Construction workers from Fort Bragg in a general store in Manchester, North Carolina

Five workers employed at Fort Bragg lived in this barn near Manchester, North Carolina

Schools in Fayetteville were crowded as a result of the enlarging of Fort Bragg, North Carolina

A major motor repair job at one of the settlements of workers from Fort Bragg. Near Manchester, North Carolina

The rear end of this man's truck is his home. It includes a bed, small stove, and his personal belongings. An ex-leather worker, he was employed as a carpenter at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Expecting to be laid off any day, he was planning to go back to his home in Hickory, North Carolina (about two hundred miles away). Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Old street car converted into living quarters for family of four. They were born and raised in Fayetteville, but could not get a place to stay. Husband works at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Just outside of Fayetteville, North Carolina

A used car lot adjacent to a trailer settlement of workers from Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Traffic on the main street of Fayetteville, North Carolina at about five o'clock, when the workers start coming out at Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Trailer in a settlement for workers from Fort Bragg, near Manchester, North Carolina

In the second story of tobacco barn used as living quarters by family of workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Washing dishes in a shack occupied by workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Near Fayetteville

These men stopped at a trailer settlement to see about buying a trailer. They were very uncertain about how long their work would continue at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Sign at travelling sideshow "crime museum" near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, who stopped at one of the trailer camps wanting to buy a trailer. Didn't know how long work here would last. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Truckers from Fort Bragg having supper in their shack near Manchester, North Carolina

A camp for migratory workers at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Tobacco barn converted into living quarters for families of workers from Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Young girl lives in this shack with her husband who works at Fort Bragg. In a settlement near Manchester, North Carolina

A street in Fayetteville, North Carolina about 4:30 p.m. when workers are coming out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Traffic on the main street of Fayetteville, North Carolina at about five o'clock, when the workers start coming out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina

At the travelling sideshow "crime museum" with the owner, an old war veteran, and some of his "specimens". Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Migratory worker living in trailer settlement near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Part of the exhibit of the travelling show "crime museum" near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Migratory workers who work at Fort Bragg in bunkhouse where several of them live near Spartanburg, South Carolina

Worker from Fort Bragg having his dinner at a crossroads store in Manchester, North Carolina

Classroom space was at a premium in the Fayetteville area, so this room was rented in a church to make room for additional children that came in as a result of the enlarging of Fort Bragg. Silver Lake, North Carolina

Her husband works at Fort Bragg, and expects to be laid off any day. They come from South Carolina and have been living in a trailer for two years. Don't know where they will go next. Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Construction workers' trailer camp near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Bunkhouse in a settlement of construction workers who work at Fort Bragg. Near Fayettevellie, North Carolina

Construction worker from Fort Bragg. He lives in this homemade bunkhouse in Manchester, North Carolina

Woman living in a tent in a settlement for workers at Fort Bragg, near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Two of the three occupants of a small shack in a settlement for workers from Fort Bragg near Fayetteville, North Carolina

In a trailer camp of migrants working at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Shooting game along the highway near Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Woman living with her family of four in an old street car. Her husband is a watchman at Fort Bragg. They used to live in Fayetteville, but rents were too high and no apartments available. On the outskirts of Fayetteville, North Carolina

This trailer was occupied by two men working at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, who had come from West Virginia. They bought the trailer from a fortune teller at a circus. At a camp near Fayetteville, North Carolina

In a trailer camp of migrants working at Fort Bragg, North Carolina (near Fayetteville)

Traffic on the main street of Fayetteville, North Carolina at about five o'clock, when the workers start coming out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Seen from the "old market place" in the center of Fayetteville

In a trailer settlement of workers from Fort Bragg. Manchester, North Carolina. The closest trailer is occupied by workers who came from Idaho

In the second story of a tobacco barn used as living quarters by family of workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Shacks in a settlement near Fayetteville, North Carolina. Construction workers from Fort Bragg live here

Children in trailer camp of construction workers from Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Trailer camp for construction workers at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Her husband works at Fort Bragg, and expects to be laid off any day. They come from South Carolina and have been living in a trailer for two years. Don't know where they will go next. Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Children of workers from Fort Bragg living in a tobacco barn converted into living quarters near Fayetteville, North Carolina

In a general store at Manchester, North Carolina. The owner not only does business with migratory workers from Fort Bragg, but runs a trailer and bunkhouse camp as well

In the second story of a tobacco barn used as living quarters by family of workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Migratory worker employed at Fort Bragg living in this old barn near Manchester, North Carolina

Worker from Fort Bragg and his family living in an old streetcar. He is building for their "new home." Came a hundred miles for this job and expect to move on soon. Near Manchester, North Carolina

Migratory workers from Fort Bragg eating supper at a trailer settlement in Manchester, North Carolina

Former circus performer now travels with her husband who does construction work at Fort Bragg, Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Cooking the evening meal in one of the bunkhouses at a settlement of workers from Fort Bragg. Near Manchester, North Carolina

Crowds at the travelling sideshow "crime museum" near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Trailer settlement of workers from Fort Bragg near the woods. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Novelties on sale along the roadside outside of a trailer settlement of workers from Fort Bragg near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Novelties for sale along the roadside near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Inside the travelling sideshow "crime museum". The owner, an old war veteran, is pointing out the exhibits. Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Woman who lives with her family in the upper part of tobacco barn, gathering coal. Husband works at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Traffic on the main street of Fayetteville, North Carolina at about five o'clock, when the workers start coming out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Man who works at Fort Bragg, North Carolina sleeping in a bunk house recently built to house thirty or forty men. There were only a few men left, most of them having been laid off had left. A few miles out of Fayetteville, North Carolina

A truckload of workers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina stop at the general store at Manchester, North Carolina for gas. These are regular commuters from Greensboro, North Carolina (about ninety miles away) The truck holds about eighteen or twenty men

An effigy of Sitting Bull, part of the exhibit of the travelling sideshow "crime museum." Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Worker employed at Fort Bragg and renting a lower berth in a bunkhouse recently constructed behind a filling station. Near Silver Lake, North Carolina

Effigies of Washington, Joe Louis and some criminal in a travelling sideshow "crime museum". Washington and Joe Louis are examples of "what you may become if you go straight". Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

This shack for workers at Fort Bragg rented for five dollars a week. Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

A settlement of workers employed at Fort Bragg along route Number 87 about eight miles out of Fayetteville, North Carolina

Migratory workers' trailer camp near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

At a migrants' trailer camp near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Spraying novelties to be sold along the roadside near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Family living in the "downstairs" part of a tobacco barn. Father works at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

This man is a carpenter at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This converted truck is his home. The interior of his truck was more roomy than most of the cabins that had been built at the camp where he was staying. At a settlement near Silver Lake, North Carolina (about ten miles out of Fayetteville, N.C.)

A quarantined trailer in a settlement of workers from Fort Bragg, near Silver Lake, North Carolina

A family from the southern part of Texas occupies this tent. Husband works at Fort Bragg, but they expect to move on soon. In a settlement near Manchester, North Carolina

Part of the exhibit of the travelling sideshow "crime museum". Near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Children of families living in a tobacco barn near Fayetteville, North Carolina. Fathers work at Fort Bragg

In a trailer settlement of migrants working at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Four men live in this small shack. Two sleep on the lower cot and two on the upper. The whole shack is made so that it can be loaded onto a truck, has no floor all. At present the men work at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Woman fetching water. She lives with her family in lower part of the tobacco barn. Husband works at Fort Bragg. Near Fayetteville, North Carolina

Part of a trailer camp for migratory workers, employed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Trailer space is one dollar a week, and small bunk houses five dollars a week. One water spigot near the general store serves the whole camp until 6 p.m. On the left is an old trolley car used as living quarters by a small family who came one hundred miles to work at the Fort. Some of the families here came from Texas, Idaho, Georgia, South Carolina and other parts of North Carolina twelve miles from Fayetteville, North Carolina (Manchester)

Tent of migratory workers employed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. These tents were part of a small settlement at Manchester, North Carolina (about twelve miles from Fayetteville). They were paying a dollar a week for tent space-- this included water and light. One spigot at the general store furnished water for the entire camp up to 6 p.m.

Car advertising "crime museum" travelling sideshow near Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Traffic on the main highway from Fort Bragg, North Carolina to Fayetteville, at the time when the workers are coming out of fort. North Carolina

Traffic on the main street of Fayetteville, North Carolina at about five o'clock, when the workers start coming out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina