Drawing Titled: “Negro Foundry Workers, Lufkin, 1936,”


This file appears in: Civilian Conservation Corps Camp and District Headquarters - Lufkin, Texas
Drawing Titled: “Negro Foundry Workers, Lufkin, 1936,”

This drawing was done by Terrence M. Clark. Clark was accepted in 1935 to work as an artist for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in Lufkin, Texas. Clark had to turn down the offer in order to complete his Art education. Clark reapplied in 1936, but did not get approval. The letter of rejection suggests that Clark apply for relief employment with the Federal Arts Project under the Works Project Administration.


This file appears in: Civilian Conservation Corps Camp and District Headquarters - Lufkin, Texas