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Tom DeVore, Jr., first person on second row, holding his pipe and his tobacco pouch. During the depression Tom, Jr. was one of

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Tom DeVore, Jr., first person on second row, holding his pipe and his tobacco pouch. During the depression Tom, Jr. was one of the few who was able to find employment/work through the Civil Conservation Corp started by President Roosevelt. Everything he e - Tom DeVore, Jr., first person on second row, holding his pipe and his tobacco pouch. During the depression Tom, Jr. was one of the few who was able to find employment/work through the Civil Conservation Corp started by President Roosevelt. Everything he earned was sent home to the family. Mail Call, Company 478, CCC -crd

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