As varied as the landscape in Texas can be, a unique architectural expression grew out of this and can be found across the state in the work that came out of the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s.  As a part of Roosevelt’s “New Deal” for America, the formation of the CCC put thousands of men back to work throughout the country.  This effort came to life through the combined efforts of four cabinet departments and the swiftness of their actions and organization was a testament to the creativity and cooperation of those leaders.  The Department of the Interior identified projects in National Parks across the country which lead to the formation of state park systems – in 1933 Texas had almost no state…