RMFMA1PN–Great Depression. Unemployed men lining up outside a soup kitchen in Chicago during the Great Depression, Feb 1931
RMGG2BFW–Photograph of Ben Shahn. Great Depression in Arkansas 1935 United States Fogg art museum. Harvard university
RMG16D9P–Entitled: 'Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley. Near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie.' For most families during the Great Depression, Christmas was not a time for extravagance. Money and jobs were difficult to come by,
RMDYYP63–View of a covered parking during the Great Depression
RMKJ5HK2–1930's Great Depression. In the US Cities, lines of homeless and jobless people queue for assistance.
RMEFFHFB–A line of unemployed men buy apples for 5 cents during the Great Depression of America.
RME14C0B–Apr. 17, 2012 - Great Depression- Food line for New York unemployed.
RM2A17MHE–Crowd at New York's American Union Bank during a bank run early in the Great Depression, The Wall Street Crash of 1929, also known as te Stock Market Crash 1929 or the Great Crash, was a major stock market crash that occurred in late October 1929
RMBTKCPY–Lone man in farmer's overalls, on San Francisco's Skid Row at Howard Street. Ruined farmers from the Midwest added to the homeless and unemployed populations in California during the Great Depression. February 1936 photo by Dorothea Lange.
RMDDYE2A–Shack made of barrels and tar paper, St Louis, Missouri, USA, Great Depression, 1931. Artist: Unknown
RMJ9YKN9–Washington, D.C., July, 1932 - World War I veteran and his wife rest on a sidewalk under their flag and blankets where they slept after being evicted by troops from their shantytown with other Bonus Marchers.
RM2A2C6HP–Color scene during the Great Depression in the United States, 1940. Courtesy Library of Congress. ()
RMFMA1RG–Great Depression, USA. Crowd of depositors gathering outside the Bank of United States after its failure in 1931. The run on the bank is said to have started the collapse of banking during the Great Depression.
RM2A5YP2Y–unemployment, migrant, dust bowl, unemployed, economy, great depression, USA, nineteen thirties, housing
RMG14W0K–Migrant Workers during the Great Depression.
RMC4685T–Unemployment demonstration during the Great Depression in front of the Capitol, 1931
RMDYEM5H–Railroad station of Circleville, Ohio. Showing deserted platforms during the American great depression 1938
RMEFFHFK–A soup line at The Bowery Mission, Manhattan, New York City, United States of America during the great depression.
RME0KPMH–People awaiting free food during the Great Depression
RMB7JP1H–The Great Depression statue - Washington, DC USA
RMBTJHGG–The beginning of the Great Depression in 1929.
RMBBKWAT–CHICAGO flophouse during the Great Depression of the 1930s
RMD0GC7B–Depression era bread line, New York City
RFKM9FYB–Dorothea Lange's famous portrait of Migrant Mother depicting a destitute family of pea pickers California, USA 1936
RMF4N8A3–Meeting of the unemployed in Grant Park during the Great Depression, Chicago, USA
RMF48M7B–Two farmers tending to a garden during the Great Depression. overalls farming gardening growing food vegetables
RMBBNFA0–events, Great Depression 1929 - 1933, people in distress, men looking for food in a refuse dump, circa 1930, pauperism, poverty, destitution, starvation, hunger, famine, economic crisis, 20th century, historic, historical, 1930s, 1920s,
RMDDYE2T–Radical 'hunger marchers' gathering in New York, USA, Great Depression, November 1932. Artist: Unknown
RM2C4K6X8–Great depression in USA
RMHKHEE2–Black and white photograph of two African-American men, street musicians, one playing the violin, the other a guitar, by Walker Evans, American photographer best known for his work for the Farm Security Administration documenting the effects of the Great Depression, West Memphis, Arkansas, 1935. From the New York Public Library.
RMFMA28B–Wall Street Crash. Crowd of people gather outside the New York Stock Exchange following the Crash of 1929, which led to the Great Depression.
RMTXGH6X–Dorothea Lange: teenage sharecropper in a field in Georgia, Usa in the Great Depression Era 1937
RMG14TM9–New York, New York. Bread line beside the Brooklyn Bridge approach during the the Great Depression between 1930 and 1935.
RMC468BP–Customers in front of a closed bank during the Great Depression, 1932
RMD98DRN–America in the Great Depression, 1936. Destitute family of nine, about to to sell their trailer and their belongings to raise cash to buy food.
RMDKH2FN–Statue of a Great Depression bread line at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, D.C., USA
RME0KPMG–Unemployed citizens lining up outside a restaurant during the Great Depression
RMMN771P–Portrait of Family in Front of Rural Cabin on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee, USA, Carl Mydans for U.S. Resettlement Administration, March 1936
RMBTKBKK–Texas tenant farmers displaced from their land by tractor farming were unemployed. In the 1930's tractors increased efficiency
RMCWAWFE–Begging for business, this apple seller was a victim of the Great Depression. 1930s. Courtesy: CSU Archives/Everett Collection
RMBBKWAP–GREAT DEPRESSION - queueing for bread in Los Angeles in the 1930s
RMFPW2H0–1930s SIDEWALK APPLE VENDOR MAN LOOKING AT CAMERA DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION
RF2A13HYE–Great Depression era photograph of a migrant family in a packed car preparing to leave.
RMF4XC72–Strike and protests in Paris during the Great Depression, France
RMC3RNMB–african american black children of sharecroppers 1930s great depression extreme poverty racism two portrait
RMBBNF9C–events, Great Depression 1929 - 1933, people in distress, eviction of an unemployed family, Berlin, Germany, circa 1930, furniture, hardship, misery, unemployment, 20th century, historic, historical, Weimar Republic, economic crisis, on the street, 1920s, 1930s,
RMDDYE25–The breadline, a visible sign of poverty during the Great Depression, USA, 1930s Artist: Unknown
RM2C4K6Y3–Great depression in USA
RMHKHEE7–Black and white photograph of two mature African-American sharecroppers, a woman sitting in the foreground, a man sitting behind her, by Walker Evans, American photographer best known for his work for the Farm Security Administration documenting the effects of the Great Depression, Pulaski County, Arkansas, 1935. From the New York Public Library.
RM2CW18JR–Migrant Mother, the iconic photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1936
RMP68XP3–Arthur Rothstein (1915 - 1985) American photographer.; 'Woman picking cranberries'; Burlington County; New Jersey; 1938 during the Great depression
RMG14TRT–Walker Evans' portrait of Allie Mae Burroughs, the wife of a cotton sharecropper, became an emblem of the Great Depression.
RMDYEM51–Baled straw to be used for making strawboard in the great depression, at Container Corporation of America, Circleville, Ohio. 1938 Summer.
RMT6K9YY–Bonnie and Clyde, Bonnie Parker playfully aims a gun at Clyde Barrow. Bonnie Elizabeth Parker (1910 – 1934) and Clyde Chestnut Barrow (1909 – 1934) American criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression, robbing banks and stores, and killing several people
RM2BP9WBT–1900’s WALL STREET CRASH VINTAGE CAR SALE The Wall Street financial crash of 1929 Archive New York Wall Street USA with this city businessman speculator trying to sell his car for $100 cash having lost all on the stock market
RMMN77C9–Part of Family of Ten to be Re-Settled on Ross-Hocking Land Project, Chillicothe, Ohio, USA, Theodore Jung for U.S. Resettlement Administration, April 1936
RMBTJEC2–Great Depression, Rally to demand WPA Funds in Philadelphia (Rayburn Plaza), July 1938
RMCWA6KH–Great Depression: food to relieve famine bought and redistributed by the FSCC (Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation). 1938.
RMBBKWD0–THE GREAT DEPRESSION - A New York soup kitchen in the 1930s
RMCMT5WW–1930s GREAT DEPRESSION ERA MAN HOMELESS HOBO WALKING DOWN RAILROAD TRACKS
RM2JF2YKM–UK 1932 National Hunger March , Shoreditch union members arrive at Hyde Park. The National Hunger March of September–October 1932 was the largest hunger march of the time caused by poverty resulting from the mass unemployment in the Great Depression
RMD18307–Unemployed man selling apples
RM2A47W19–Female Worker in WPA Lunchroom Great Depression Era.
RMBB69K4–events, Great Depression 1929 - 1933, queue outside of a job centre, Potsdam, Germany, circa 1930, historic, historical, 20th century, 1930s, 30s, misery, poverty, Weimar Republic, Prussia, economic crisis, people, searching for employment, mass unemployment, distress, hardship, unemployed, 1920s,
RMDDYE28–A 'Hooverville' on waterfront of Seattle, Washington, USA, Great Depression, March 1933. Artist: Unknown
RM2C4K72M–Great depression in USA
RMKJHBXE–Black and white photograph of a woman working in a kitchen, canning, in Dyess Colony, one of the most famous resettlement colonies for impoverished farmers during the Great Depression, by Ben Shahn, a Lithuanina born American artist known for his work for the Farm Security Administration documenting the effects of the Great Depression, Mississippi County, Arkansas, 1935. From the New York Public Library.
RMKFAHRT–1 106492 Relief workers at Annerley during the Great Depression, 1938
RM2A5YNT6–Veteran migrant agricultural worker and his family encamped on the Arkansas River, Wagoner County, Oklahoma By Russell Lee, 1903-1986, photographer Date 19390101.
RMG14TJY–A pen and ink cartoon by Clifford Berryman from 1933 showing 'The sprirt of the New Deal.' The New Deal was a series of programs that were intended to stimulate the economy and reform business during the Great Depression. Put in place by Franklin Delano R
RMC45P96–Great Depression, 1933
RMD98DRJ–America in the Great Depression, 1930s. Men queue for a five-cent meal. Those on left of sign will get their meal, those further up the queue must hope for a generous passerby.
RMT6K9YK–Bonnie and Clyde dead in their car. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow shot dead in Bienville Parish, Louisiana, on May 23, 1934. Bonnie Elizabeth Parker (1910 – 1934) and Clyde Chestnut Barrow (1909 – 1934) American criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression, robbing banks and stores, and killing several people
RMBNX4HF–WASHINGTON DC, USA - Sculpture representation of the Great Depression at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in Washington DC on Haines Point on the banks of the Tidal Basin
RMDF461A–Marathon Dance Scene, On-Set of the Film, 'They Shoot Horses, Don't They?', 1969
RMBTK9AH–Great Depression breadline at McCauley Water Street Mission under Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 1932.
RMCWA75R–Great Depression, Riverfront Shantytown (35th Street & East River), New York City, NY, November 1933. Courtesy: CSU Archives /
RMBBKWE6–THE GREAT DEPRESSION - a Salvation Army soup kitchen in Los Angeles in 1931
RMCMT5X6–1930s HOBO SITTING BY RAILROAD TRACK READING NEWSPAPER DURING GREAT DEPRESSION
RM2JF2YHN–UK 1932 National Hunger March , Scottish union members arrive at Hyde Park. The National Hunger March of September–October 1932 was the largest hunger march of the time caused by poverty resulting from the mass unemployment in the Great Depression. The march was organised by the National Unemployed Workers' Movement (NUWM).
RMCRJME3–Men waiting on bread line during the Depression
RMC3RP9D–Grand River W detroit michigan 1940 motor city bustling street pedestrians great depression era
RMDARX5M–events, Great Depression 1929 - 1933, unemployment, young men in job centre, after photograph, circa 1930, historic, historical, 20th century, 1930s, 30s, card index, public official, searching for jobs, unemployed persons, Germany, German Reich, Weimar Republic, people, 1920s, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMDDYE3B–Depositors of the Union Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Great Depression, July 1933. Artist: Unknown
RM2C4K731–Great depression in USA
RF2HR1B5W–Dorothea Lange Iconic Migrant Mother symbolising the hunger and poverty endured by many Americans during the Great Depression - (colourised version)
RMF6HANX–RELEASE DATE: September 21, 1984 MOVIE TITLE: Places in the Heart DIRECTOR: Robert Benton STUDIO: TriStar Pictures PLOT: Edna Spalding finds herself alone and broke on a small farm in the midst of the Great Depression when her husband the Sheriff is killed in an accident. A wandering black man, Moses, helps her to plant cotton to try and keep her farm and her kids together. She also takes on a blind boarder, Mr. Will, who lost his sight in the first World War. She must endure storms and harsh labor to try and make her mortgage payment on time PICTURED: SALLY FIELD as Edna Spalding (Cred
RMP66T3R–Part of an impoverished family of nine on a New Mexico highway. Depression refugees from Iowa. Left Iowa in 1932 because of father's ill health. Father an auto mechanic labourer, painter by trade, tubercular. Family has been on relief in Arizona but refused entry on relief roles in Iowa to which state they wish to return. Nine children including a sick four-month-old baby. No money at all. About to sell their belongings and trailer for money to buy food. 'We don't want to go where we'll be a nuisance to anybody' 1936
RMCPJ9P9–Eviction during the Great Depression, 1933
RMD95YFX–Hardship during Britain's Great Depression 1929-1936. Scenes in Peckham, London, 1931, when a number of the poor banded together to resist eviction for non-payment of Council Rates.
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