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Transcription of an oral interview done with Ray Scott, b. 1913, as part of a project entitled "A History of the Civilian Concervation Corps at Mammoth Cave National Park" (FA 81). Scott served with the CCC in California and Idaho prior to coming to Mammoth Cave. He discusses his work on the New Entrance Number 2 at Mammoth Cave and his later work as a photographer for CCC and for the U.S. Navy. The transcription for the second tape has been added under "Additional Files."


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SCOTT, Ray - Transcript (2).doc (73 kB)
Ray Scott Transcription Tape 2



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