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January 23, 1937

Government Services

JAMA. 1937;108(4):307. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780040057017

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Physicians Wanted for CCC Duty  The government is in need of a number of physicians to assist in the medical work of the Civilian Conservation Corps camps throughout the eighth corps area, which comprises Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arizona and New Mexico. Applicants for these positions must be graduates of class A medical schools. If accepted, they will be given preference of assignments in any one of these five states. Physicians without dependents will receive for this work $200 a month and those having dependents will receive $265 a month. All inquiries in connection with application for a position in the Civilian Conservation Corps work in the eighth corps area should be addressed to the Surgeon, Headquarters Eighth Corps Area, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

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