White's Bog: September 28, 1910. Whites Bog, Browns Mills, New Jersey. Arnao family, 831 Catherine St., Rear #2. Whole family works. Jo is 3 years old. Boy is 6 years old, Girl is 9 years old. We found this family, children and all, working on Hichens farm, Cannon, Delaware, May 28th 1910, before school closed. This is the fourth week of school and the mother said they would be here for 15 or 20 days more. Witness, E.F. Brown. Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.
Yakima Valley, Washington migrant community, August 1939. Mostly families from Kansas and Missouri (likely fleeing dust bowl). Husband/father works for Work Projects Administration (WPA). Photo by Dorothea Lange.
February 1939. "Migrant labor. Young packinghouse workers. Canal Point, Florida." Two of the thousands of young people who during the Great Depression found themselves picking or packing produce and living in a tent camp. Photo by Marion Post Wolcott for the Resettlement Administration.