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newspaper clippings dating back to 1930-40's depression era.

newspaper clippings dating back to 1930-40's depression era.

 Title-page photograph: Samuel H. Gottscho’s From River House, Cloud Study, Noon, 1931, courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York An historical novel about The Baker Street Irregulars in the 1930s and ’40s — Depression, Crisis, and War, to the birth of the Cold War . . . a Mycroft & Moran book from Arkham House Publishers, 2010 . . . a tale of Long Ago and Far Away . . . . “At first blush, this is a gripping portrait of New York between the wars, and the early years of the Baker Str...

 Title-page photograph: Samuel H. Gottscho’s From River House, Cloud Study, Noon, 1931, courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York An historical novel about The Baker Street Irregulars in the 1930s and ’40s — Depression, Crisis, and War, to the birth of the Cold War . . . a Mycroft & Moran book from Arkham House Publishers, 2010 . . . a tale of Long Ago and Far Away . . . . “At first blush, this is a gripping portrait of New York between the wars, and the early years of the Baker Str...

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Mississippi sharecroppers, 1936.  Under a Mississippi Sun:  Powerful Portraits of Depression-Era Sharecroppers.  Life Magazine.

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Mississippi sharecroppers, 1936. Under a Mississippi Sun: Powerful Portraits of Depression-Era Sharecroppers. Life Magazine.

Interior of the home of Harriet Hankins at the site of the planned community near Norris Dam. Harriet Hankins is 73 years old, October 1933 |  The U.S. National Archives

Interior of the home of Harriet Hankins at the site of the planned community near Norris Dam. Harriet Hankins is 73 years old, October 1933 | The U.S. National Archives

1938 in Central Ohio - exterior of home is covered by cardboard to serve as a wind break and some modest level of insulation

1938 in Central Ohio - exterior of home is covered by cardboard to serve as a wind break and some modest level of insulation

Unemployed steelworker and wife. Ambridge, Pennsylvania; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in January 1941. (Eyes of the Great Depression 089)

Unemployed steelworker and wife. Ambridge, Pennsylvania; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in January 1941. (Eyes of the Great Depression 089)

This man was probably from Nicholson Hollow, Virginia – based on neighboring items in the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs online catalog.  Photos in this group of photos were taken by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1935.  -- http://www.zazzle.com/1935_virginia_farmer-228349705685750240  (Eyes of the Great Depression 083.)

This man was probably from Nicholson Hollow, Virginia – based on neighboring items in the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs online catalog. Photos in this group of photos were taken by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1935. -- http://www.zazzle.com/1935_virginia_farmer-228349705685750240 (Eyes of the Great Depression 083.)

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