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    A woman stands by a house with Georgia state and United States flags, near White Plains, Georgia (?) around 1941. Taken by FSA photographer Marion P. Wolcott. Learn more about African American History and Photography visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/fsac/ Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.ning.com !

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    Jack Delano, Near White Plains, Ga.? (ca. 1941) by The Library of Congress on Flickr: Photograph shows African American woman standing by building with Georgia state and United States flags.

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Marion P. Wolcott, an FSA photographer, took this photo of two workers at Belle Glade, Florida in February 1941. Signs advertise Atlantic Ale and Beer, Royal Crown Cola and Nehi. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

Five African-American workers chop cotton on rented land near White Plains, Greene County, Georgia. This photo was taken by FSA photographer Jack Delano in June, 1941. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

Three African-American children sit on the porch of a house at Bayou Bourbeau plantation near Natchitoches, L.A. in August 1940. Taken by FSA photographer Marion P. Wolcott. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

Migratory laborers sit outside of a "juke joint" at Belle Glade, Florida in February 1941. A man stands on left holds a gun. Photo taken by FSA photographer Marion P. Wolcott. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

An African-American boy with black hat and brown corduroy suspenders is on a street near Cincinnati, Ohio between 1942 and 1943. Taken by FSA photographer John Vachon. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

An African-American mechanic working in the motor maintenance section, fixes a car in Fort Knox, Kentucky in June 1942. Taken by FSA photographer Alfred T. Palmer. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

Four African-Americans go to town riding on a wagon on a Saturday afternoon at Greene County, Georgia in May 1941. Taken by FSA photographer Jack Delano. Learn more about African American History and Photography, visit Digital Diaspora Family Reunion DDFR www.DDFR.tv. The whole collection can be found in the Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/... Upload and share your own family photographs and stories at ddfrsocialnet.nin... !

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