National Archives at St. Louis

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Enrollee Records, Archival Holdings and Access

*The Civilian Conservation Corps Individual Records (Enrollees) will be systematically digitized and made available online in the National Archives Catalog. All rolls will be closed starting May 7, 2024 and will have delayed availability during the digitization process. Digital images will be added to the National Archives Catalog on a rolling basis upon completion of digitization.


Individuals may access these records by either submitting a written request or submitting a NA Form 14136, Request Pertaining to Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Personnel Records, for copies of the records (for a COPY FEE) via postal mail. Please identify the documents or information needed and explain the purpose of your request.

Requests for Civilian Conservation Corps records should include:

  • Full name used at the time of service (provide exact spelling and include the middle name if known); nicknames (if known)
  • Social Security Number (if known)
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Home address (city and state) at time of service
  • Parents' name
  • Dates of service
  • CCC Company numbers
  • Location of CCC camp(s) (city and state)
  • Title(s) of position(s) held

Lack of the preceding information may result in our inability to identify a record.

Written requests may be mailed:

National Archives & Records Administration
ATTN: Archival Programs
P.O. Box 38757
St. Louis, MO 63138

Copy Fees:

The NARA fee schedule authorizes the Agency to collect fees from the public for copies of archival records (44 USC 2116c and 44 USC 2307).

A mailed request requires the purchase of the COMPLETE photocopy of the record:

  • 5 pages or less: $25 flat fee
  • 6 pages or more: $70 flat fee

Please do not send payment with your request. An invoice will be sent to you if the requested record is located.

Additional CCC Holdings and Resources:

Additional Civilian Conservation Corps records are available at other National Archives and Records Administration facilities. Holdings include records relating to the organization and operations of the CCC, as well as area camp reports. For additional details, please visit the National Archives Catalog. Contact information for the appropriate NARA facility is available by clicking the hyperlink below each entry found within the section of OPA referenced above.