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Camp Grass Valley
 
Camp Grass Valley was a Civilian Conservation Corps camp (Camp F-208) that was transferred to the Military Forces of the State of California to house members of the California State Guard who were charged with guarding railroad bridges, power stations, etc. This transfer was effective 1 december 1942.
 
The camp consisted of the following buildings:
 

 Building Number

 Description

 1
 Headquarters (former Forestry Office)

 2
 Orderly Room/Recreation Hall/Classroom

 3
Officers' Quarters

 4
Barracks

 5
Barracks

 6
 Barracks

 7
Cooks Barracks/Wood shop

 8
Mess Hall

 9
Infirmary

 10
 Supply Room

 11
Washroom/Laundry

 12
 Latrine

 13
 Pump House and Water Tower

 14
 Vegetable Shed

 15
 Coal Shed

 16
Wood Shed

 17
 Barracks
 
 
It is not known how long the State Guard remained at Camp Grass Valley or when it was closed.
 


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