Photos That Changed The World

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Dorothea Lange. Great Depression picture

*The Depression era...on the road 1938

depression era; 1935 Dorothea Lange

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

The Great Depression . . . brought misery, despair, hopelessness.

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December 1936: "Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie."

Christmas dinner during the Great Depression, 1930s.and we complain if we lose Internet connection

Eyes of the Great Depression: Twelve year old son of a cotton sharecropper near Cleveland, Mississippi. 1937 June. photographer: Dorothea Lange

unknown photographer, children of the Depression

What a great moment captured. 1939 North Carolina

Great Depression Era: A family that has lost everything waits by the highway in the hope of hitchhiking a ride out of town. Macon, Georgia. 1937

:::::::: VIntage Photograph :::::::: People living in miserable poverty. Elm Grove, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. August 1936 by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

General Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson, CSA. "It was reported this evening in camp that Genl. Jackson died from his wound, but I don't believe. I hope it is false rumor. Address. G. W. K. Rice's Battery. McIntosh's Battalion. Jackson's Corps. P. S. Excuse this brief and imperfect letter, G."

Family in Rural Oregon during the Great Depression. By Dorothea Lange.