"Shot in 1938 by then-Park supervisor Carl Zody, the film shows Camp SP-10 workers mixing and laying concrete for roads, operating heavy machinery and tools, using explosives to loosen rock, cutting native sandstone, and laying stone in construction of a bridge. The film also shows the officers, foremen, and enrollees at the camp’s barracks." appalshop.org
"Little Soldier is a black and white film of 2 1/2 minutes running time that combines animation and real life scenes of war-torn world and the coming generation. A to-the-point film by Zack Burkett of Irving, Texas" PSA Journal, Nov. 1969, 57.
"The Attic, done in black-and-white, ends with a twist that really gets one guessing. Don Tennant's back yard becomes an authentic battleground and excellent use of sound makes this film seem like it has a cast of thousands until you realize there are only three characters in the story. One of them is you . . . wandering. Here again we can't tell you too much without spoiling it for you, except to say that it's 5 1/2 minutes with an ex-G.I. in "the attic"" PSA Journal, Oct. 1968, 49.