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  • 1. Images of the Great Depression
  • 2. Group of People at an Employment Agency
  • 3. The Unemployed Union: marchers south on Broadway: Camden New Jersey typical scene reflecting large population of unemployed in desperate need of work and looking for jobs. (Circa 1935)
  • 4. People Outside a Bank
  • 5. Farm foreclosure sale in Iowa. (Circa 1933)
  • 6. Farm Security Administration: School in Alabama. (Circa 1935)
  • 7. A covered wagon in a migratory carrot pullers' camp. (Circa February 1939)
  • 8. Farm foreclosure sale. (Circa 1933)
  • 9.
    • Depression: Breadlines: long line of people waiting to be fed: New York City: in the absence of substantial government relief programs during 1932, free food was distributed with private funds in some urban centers to large numbers of the unemployed.
  • 10. WPA: unemployed shown at Volunteers of America Soup Kitchen: Washington, D.C. (Circa 1936)
  • 11.
    • Farm Security Administration. (Circa 1935)
  • 12.  
  • 13. Farm Security Administration: Christmas dinner in the home of Earl Pauley near Smithland, Iowa. (Circa 1935)
  • 14. Walking 30 miles to visit family in Santa Fe"; Chomita, New Mexico (Circa May 1935)
  • 15. (Circa 1933)