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“Whoever gives reverence, receives reverence.” ~ Rumi. Photo ~ Michael Wolgensinger #Photography #Quotation

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Great Depression..

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Eyes of the Great Depression

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starvation during the great depression - Google Search

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  • Merilies2
    Merilies2

    The pity of it all is we still have this misery in parts of the world ;-/

  • Barbie Stahn Lammi
    Barbie Stahn Lammi

    It's so true and if the wasn't all the paper work and legal work I would have many children

Picture of a family eating Christmas dinner near Smithland, Iowa during the Great Depression. Circa1935

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It's About Time: A Few Portraits of Extreme Poverty - 1930s Children of The Great Depression

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Keeping it together... probably taken during the Great Depression blessedwildappleg...

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Americans during the Great Depression (not 19th century, but evocative of poverty & misery then)

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1930s Oyster shuckers, Children of The Great Depression

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Possibly my orphans during the great depression story...

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U.S. The Great Depression ~ 1939 God bless those who lived through those times, and please ask someone who did to share their memories!

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100-Year-Old Photos of Destitute East End Children. Taken by Horace Warner in 1912 in Spitalfields England.

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Blenobia Brimswaddle at age 100, in 1860. Blenobia gouged out her daughter Constance's wandering eye at 3 months of age, believing it would lead her to temptation and ruination with men when she grew of age. (caption authored by Fritz die Spinne, and is pure fiction)

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Girl with bear cubs. www.old-picture.c...

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Great Smoky Mtns Natl Park, Photo, Jack E. Boucher. In 1866 John Walker & Margaret Wiley married and moved into this two-story log house, built by Margaret's father and brothers. Here the couple farmed and raised 11 children. 6 of the Walkers' daughters never married, and lived as spinsters on the farm for decades. In April 1962, only two of the women remained in the house. Margaret Jane (seated), born in 1870, died later that year; Louisa Susan (standing), born in 1882, died two years later.

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Baby Millvina in 1912 with her mother Georgette. Millvina was 9-weeks-old when the Titanic sank. She was the last Titanic survivor, passing away 31st May 2009 at 97.

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baby cage, 1937

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Girls with dolls

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vintage photo-twins

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And Little Sister

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Vintage Children ~ Little Girl w/Doll Old vintage photo By chicks57 on Flickr

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oh my...that poor little guy's hat. :) My dad used to say he played with a hoop and a stick to roll it with in the late 1920's, this must be what the little boy is holding.

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sweet :)

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vintage photo-twins

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