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Dorothea Lange - 1932, New York City, during the Great Depression. Unemployed men stand in line to get a free dinner at New York’s municipal lodging house.

Depression: 1936 Christmas dinner of potatos, cabbage and pie. It would be a pity if this happened again.

The Berryfrom The Berry

A bit of AWESOME to start your day (26 photos)

awesome!!! :) ... the man from the famous photo.....end of #WWii.

This is a fantastic photograph. I remember my grandmother standing at the stink washing dishes. What a beautiful memory that is to me. Shar

Margaret Tudor, Queen Consort of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots. My 14th GGM.

“Closeup of Mrs. Ruth Cruse outside her home in White Cloud, Kansas, near Troy in Doniphan County in the extreme Northeast corner of the state. She is a descendant of slaves from Missouri who were freed and settled in the area. Her grandmother's wedding dress is in the White Cloud Museum. The town was named for the last great chief of the Iowa Indian tribe, which was given land in the area by treaty in 1836.” Patricia D. Duncan, September 1974.

Walker Evans for Farm Security Administration - 1935 - Allie May Burroughs, a symbol of the Great Depression

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