A copy of this newspaper article was contained in the CCC Star Lake Camp Report for May 24, 1934, without attributing it to a particular newspaper. It is likely that the newspaper was the Vilas County News. The Camp Report is from the National Archives, Washington, DC, and Bookwood has a copy in the CCC file.
“Winter Crew Blasts Way For Summer Projects”
White pine mapping, a new project, has been started by the forestry department of Co. 650 at Star Lake, Wis. The entire area in this corner of Wisconsin will be scouted for stand of white pine, the most valuable timber in the region, so that blister rust control work next summer may be more effective.