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Stock Photo #4048-4356, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, c...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-3118, Nebraska, 'Welcome to Omaha' sign across from the Union Station, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, 'Welcome to Omaha' sign across from the Union Station, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-1567, The Royal Coach leaving Buckingham Palace at the start of rehearsal of the Coronation, May 3, 1937, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
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The Royal Coach leaving Buckingham Palace at the start of rehearsal of the Coronation, May 3, 1937, CSU Archives/Courtesy Eve...
The Royal Coach leaving Buckingham Palace at the start of rehearsal of the Coronation, May 3, 1937, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
Stock Photo #4048-1566, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, at the Parliament Building, Ottawa, Canada, May 19, 1939, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
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King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, at the Parliament Building, Ottawa, Canada, May 19, 1939, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Coll...
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, at the Parliament Building, Ottawa, Canada, May 19, 1939, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
Stock Photo #4048-1790, Communists rally in Union Square, New York City, May 1, 1933
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Communists rally in Union Square, New York City, May 1, 1933
Stock Photo #4048-4029, Man with movie camera on platform suspended from building, with other people, photograph, 1925-1946.
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Man with movie camera on platform suspended from building, with other people, photograph, 1925-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-4170, Taxidermy Shop, Liberty Historic District, Route 2, Cle Elum, Liberty, Kittitas County, Washington, photograph, circa 1930s
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Taxidermy Shop, Liberty Historic District, Route 2, Cle Elum, Liberty, Kittitas County, Washington, photograph, circa 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-4433, Sarah Anderson, a Washington suffragist who advocates equal smoking rights for men and women in public places, at the Chevy Chase Club, Washington's most exclusive country club, photograph circa 1909-1930
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Sarah Anderson, a Washington suffragist who advocates equal smoking rights for men and women in public places, at the Chevy C...
Sarah Anderson, a Washington suffragist who advocates equal smoking rights for men and women in public places, at the Chevy Chase Club, Washington's most exclusive country club, photograph circa 1909-1930
Stock Photo #4048-3119, Nebraska, Ak-sar-ben toll bridge between Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, Ak-sar-ben toll bridge between Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2289, Daredevil preparing to dive into water from cycle down an elevated incline, by Lee Russell, state fair, Donaldsonville, Louisiana, November, 1938.
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Daredevil preparing to dive into water from cycle down an elevated incline, by Lee Russell, state fair, Donaldsonville, Louis...
Daredevil preparing to dive into water from cycle down an elevated incline, by Lee Russell, state fair, Donaldsonville, Louisiana, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-1004, Polo Grounds, during the 1937 World Series between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants
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Polo Grounds, during the 1937 World Series between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants
Stock Photo #4048-4044, Church, Southeastern United States, photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Church, Southeastern United States, photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2235, Yankee Stadium Bleachers, New York, 1937
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Yankee Stadium Bleachers, New York, 1937
Stock Photo #4048-9182, Richard Nixon in May 1950 when his was a Congressman from California's the 12th district. He was the first Republican elected in his Los Angeles area district since its creation in 1930, when he defeated five term Democrat, Jerry Voorhis, in the 1946 election.
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Richard Nixon in May 1950 when his was a Congressman from California's the 12th district. He was the first Republican elected...
Richard Nixon in May 1950 when his was a Congressman from California's the 12th district. He was the first Republican elected in his Los Angeles area district since its creation in 1930, when he defeated five term Democrat, Jerry Voorhis, in the 1946 election.
Stock Photo #4048-8558, Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Reed in front of President Roosevelt. 2/18/1938. Courtesy:
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Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Re...
Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Reed in front of President Roosevelt. 2/18/1938. Courtesy:
Stock Photo #4048-6733, Candid photo of Felix Frankfurter as members of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee consider his fitness for the U.S. Supreme Court, on January 12, 1939. Felix Frankfurter (1882-1965), was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1939-1962.
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Candid photo of Felix Frankfurter as members of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee consider his fitness for the U.S. Supreme C...
Candid photo of Felix Frankfurter as members of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee consider his fitness for the U.S. Supreme Court, on January 12, 1939. Felix Frankfurter (1882-1965), was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1939-1962.
Stock Photo #1830-57918, Chauffeur napping
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Chauffeur napping
Stock Photo #4048-5212, Couples at square dance, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, by Lee Russell, for the Farm Securities Administration, circa 1939/1940.
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Couples at square dance, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, by Lee Russell, for the Farm Securities Administration, circa 1939/1940.
Stock Photo #4048-9062, Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He takes via long distance telephone to his representatives at the Chicago Democratic Convention following his nomination as the party's candidate for the Presidency. July 2, 1932.
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Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He takes via long distance telephone to his representatives at the Chicago Democratic Con...
Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He takes via long distance telephone to his representatives at the Chicago Democratic Convention following his nomination as the party's candidate for the Presidency. July 2, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-8805, Thomas Dewey, made headlines as a racket busting District Attorney. The headline refers to the Feb. 1939 conviction of Tammany Hall leader James Joseph Hines for corruption with ties to organized crime.
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Thomas Dewey, made headlines as a racket busting District Attorney. The headline refers to the Feb. 1939 conviction of Tamman...
Thomas Dewey, made headlines as a racket busting District Attorney. The headline refers to the Feb. 1939 conviction of Tammany Hall leader James Joseph Hines for corruption with ties to organized crime.
Stock Photo #4048-4036, Walker Evans (1903-1975), profile, hand up to face, American photographer, photograph by Edwin Locke, February, 1937.
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Walker Evans (1903-1975), profile, hand up to face, American photographer, photograph by Edwin Locke, February, 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-1779, The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Broadway, New York City, November 24, 1932
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Broadway, New York City, November 24, 1932
Stock Photo #4048-919, Albert Einstein in Palm Springs, California, 1930s
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Albert Einstein in Palm Springs, California, 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-3990, Amusement parks, entrance to the Coaster Dips, the roller coaster at the Glen Echo Park, Maryland, photograph, 1909-1932.
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Amusement parks, entrance to the Coaster Dips, the roller coaster at the Glen Echo Park, Maryland, photograph, 1909-1932.
Stock Photo #4048-3138, Mary Wilkins baking biscuits for dinner on cornshucking day near Tallyho, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, North Carolina, September, 1939.
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Mary Wilkins baking biscuits for dinner on cornshucking day near Tallyho, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, North Carolina, ...
Mary Wilkins baking biscuits for dinner on cornshucking day near Tallyho, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, North Carolina, September, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-9085, Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Atlanta. FDR waves his hat at the crowds from the back seat of his open car. Oct. 24, 1932.
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Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Atlanta. FDR waves his hat at the crowds from the back seat of his o...
Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Atlanta. FDR waves his hat at the crowds from the back seat of his open car. Oct. 24, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-5026, The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous...
The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4066, Statue to the watermelon, Weatherford, Texas, watermelon center, photograph by Lee Russell, May, 1939.
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Statue to the watermelon, Weatherford, Texas, watermelon center, photograph by Lee Russell, May, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-10543, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webster is on his left. 1930s.
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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webste...
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webster is on his left. 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-4031, Tel Aviv, Moghrabi theatre, movie picture-house, photograph, 1920-1946.
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Tel Aviv, Moghrabi theatre, movie picture-house, photograph, 1920-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-3954, One-man band at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, North Carolina, photograph, 1938-1950.
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One-man band at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, North Carolina, photograph, 1938-1950.
Stock Photo #4048-2306, Kitchen of tenant purchase client. Hidalgo County, Texas, by Russell Lee, for the Farm Securities Administration, February 1939.
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Kitchen of tenant purchase client. Hidalgo County, Texas, by Russell Lee, for the Farm Securities Administration, February 19...
Kitchen of tenant purchase client. Hidalgo County, Texas, by Russell Lee, for the Farm Securities Administration, February 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-2267, Breadline at McCauley Water Street Mission under Brooklyn Bridge, New York, circa early 1930s.
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Breadline at McCauley Water Street Mission under Brooklyn Bridge, New York, circa early 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-908, The Kardomah Cafe, outfitted as an air raid shelter as an attraction during wartime, Fleet St, London, England, November 15, 1939. CSU Archives Courtesy Everett Collection
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The Kardomah Cafe, outfitted as an air raid shelter as an attraction during wartime, Fleet St, London, England, November 15, ...
The Kardomah Cafe, outfitted as an air raid shelter as an attraction during wartime, Fleet St, London, England, November 15, 1939. CSU Archives Courtesy Everett Collection
Stock Photo #4048-4847, Entertainers at Negro tavern. Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
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Entertainers at Negro tavern. Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-4845, 'Negro' boys like to clown before the camera, Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
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'Negro' boys like to clown before the camera, Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-4032, Shoveling snow away from the movie entrance of the Majestic theater, showing BALALAIKA, Chillicothe, Ohio, photograph by Arthur Rothstein, February, 1940.
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Shoveling snow away from the movie entrance of the Majestic theater, showing BALALAIKA, Chillicothe, Ohio, photograph by Arth...
Shoveling snow away from the movie entrance of the Majestic theater, showing BALALAIKA, Chillicothe, Ohio, photograph by Arthur Rothstein, February, 1940.
Stock Photo #4048-5126, Justice Hugo Black following his confirmation by the Senate 63-16. With Mrs. Hugo Black. August 1937
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Justice Hugo Black following his confirmation by the Senate 63-16. With Mrs. Hugo Black. August 1937
Stock Photo #4048-4037, Movie theatre in Hillsboro, sandwichboard advertising an appearance by Evelyn Frechette, North Carolina, photograph by John Vachon, April, 1938.
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Movie theatre in Hillsboro, sandwichboard advertising an appearance by Evelyn Frechette, North Carolina, photograph by John V...
Movie theatre in Hillsboro, sandwichboard advertising an appearance by Evelyn Frechette, North Carolina, photograph by John Vachon, April, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2030, The telephone company's General Control Office, New York, circa 1935
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The telephone company's General Control Office, New York, circa 1935
Stock Photo #4048-1899, Communist marchers heading towards the White House demanding unemployment insurance and cash relief, Washington DC, December, 7, 1931
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Communist marchers heading towards the White House demanding unemployment insurance and cash relief, Washington DC, December,...
Communist marchers heading towards the White House demanding unemployment insurance and cash relief, Washington DC, December, 7, 1931
Stock Photo #4048-1793, The S.S. Rex, and the New York City skyline, circa, 1939
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The S.S. Rex, and the New York City skyline, circa, 1939
Stock Photo #4048-4040, New Orleans street corner, My T Good bakery truck in foreground, Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, August, 1936.
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New Orleans street corner, My T Good bakery truck in foreground, Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, August, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-9077, Al Smith and Franklin Roosevelt at Democratic Party rally. They attacked President Hoovers statements on US monetary policy as a 'Libel on the credit of the national.' They described his tariff reforms as a 'campaign of fear.' Brooklyn Academy of Music, on Nov. 4, 1932.
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Al Smith and Franklin Roosevelt at Democratic Party rally. They attacked President Hoovers statements on US monetary policy a...
Al Smith and Franklin Roosevelt at Democratic Party rally. They attacked President Hoovers statements on US monetary policy as a 'Libel on the credit of the national.' They described his tariff reforms as a 'campaign of fear.' Brooklyn Academy of Music, on Nov. 4, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-4045, Movie theatre, the New Glades theater, with posters advertising PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, and THE SAINT IN NEW YORK, Moore Haven, Florida, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, January, 1939.
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Movie theatre, the New Glades theater, with posters advertising PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, and THE SAINT IN NEW YORK, Moore Haven, ...
Movie theatre, the New Glades theater, with posters advertising PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, and THE SAINT IN NEW YORK, Moore Haven, Florida, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, January, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-4213, Soldiers playing a dice game, original title: 'Craps at camp', photograph circa 1900s-1930s
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Soldiers playing a dice game, original title: 'Craps at camp', photograph circa 1900s-1930s
Stock Photo #4048-8713, J. Edgar Hoover placing a bet at the two dollar window. It was opening day at Bowie race track, Maryland, April 1, 1938.
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J. Edgar Hoover placing a bet at the two dollar window. It was opening day at Bowie race track, Maryland, April 1, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-5019, Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1...
Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4430-4084, religion communion candidate young girl Germany 1930s 30s tradition dress candle,
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religion communion candidate young girl Germany 1930s 30s tradition dress candle,
Stock Photo #4048-3117, Nebraska, Mildred Irwin (right), entertainer in saloon at North Platte. She entertained for 20 years in Omaha before coming to North Platte, photograph by John Vachon, October, 1938.
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Nebraska, Mildred Irwin (right), entertainer in saloon at North Platte. She entertained for 20 years in Omaha before coming t...
Nebraska, Mildred Irwin (right), entertainer in saloon at North Platte. She entertained for 20 years in Omaha before coming to North Platte, photograph by John Vachon, October, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-3935, Household goods saved from a flood, original title: 'Household goods of a Negro flood refugee in the temporary infirmary', Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
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Household goods saved from a flood, original title: 'Household goods of a Negro flood refugee in the temporary infirmary', Ar...
Household goods saved from a flood, original title: 'Household goods of a Negro flood refugee in the temporary infirmary', Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-1804, Pennsylvania Station, New York City, February, 1934
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Pennsylvania Station, New York City, February, 1934
Stock Photo #4048-3808, The Depression. Vernon Evans (with his family) and his Model T Ford, near Missoula, Montana on Highway 10. Leaving grasshopper-ridden and drought-stricken South Dakota for a new start in Oregon. Photo by Arthur Rothstein, July, 1936.
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The Depression. Vernon Evans (with his family) and his Model T Ford, near Missoula, Montana on Highway 10. Leaving grasshoppe...
The Depression. Vernon Evans (with his family) and his Model T Ford, near Missoula, Montana on Highway 10. Leaving grasshopper-ridden and drought-stricken South Dakota for a new start in Oregon. Photo by Arthur Rothstein, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4169, Taxidermy Shop, Holzwarth Trout Lodge, Trail Ridge Road, Grand Lake vicinity, Grand County, Colorado, photograph by Arnold Thallheimer, circa 1930s
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Taxidermy Shop, Holzwarth Trout Lodge, Trail Ridge Road, Grand Lake vicinity, Grand County, Colorado, photograph by Arnold Th...
Taxidermy Shop, Holzwarth Trout Lodge, Trail Ridge Road, Grand Lake vicinity, Grand County, Colorado, photograph by Arnold Thallheimer, circa 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-1758, Fans watch bulletins posted by a Brooklyn newspaper as the Brooklyn Dodgers win their first National League pennant in 21 years, September 25, 1941
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Fans watch bulletins posted by a Brooklyn newspaper as the Brooklyn Dodgers win their first National League pennant in 21 yea...
Fans watch bulletins posted by a Brooklyn newspaper as the Brooklyn Dodgers win their first National League pennant in 21 years, September 25, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-4362, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of construction of Gunite invert siphon replacing flume #10 on gage irrigation canal, Riverside County, circa 1930s-1940s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of construction of Gunite invert siphon replacing flume #10 on...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of construction of Gunite invert siphon replacing flume #10 on gage irrigation canal, Riverside County, circa 1930s-1940s.
Stock Photo #4048-4112, Playing dominoes or cards in front of drug store in center of town in Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, 1939
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Playing dominoes or cards in front of drug store in center of town in Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, photograph by Marion Po...
Playing dominoes or cards in front of drug store in center of town in Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, 1939
Stock Photo #4048-3931, African American barber shop, original title: 'Negro barber shop', Atlanta, Georgia, photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
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African American barber shop, original title: 'Negro barber shop', Atlanta, Georgia, photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
Stock Photo #1895-13769, Herbert Morrison left at a Labour Party reunion
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Herbert Morrison left at a Labour Party reunion
Stock Photo #4048-3933, African American girl in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro girl in the temporary infirmary', Forrest City, Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
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African American girl in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro girl in the temporary infirmary', Forrest City, Arkans...
African American girl in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro girl in the temporary infirmary', Forrest City, Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-1814, St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, September, 1938
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St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, September, 1938
Stock Photo #4048-1442, The exterior of Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California, circa 1930s
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The exterior of Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California, circa 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-1382, Helen Cohan and George M. Cohan, 1933
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Helen Cohan and George M. Cohan, 1933
Stock Photo #4048-3995, African American man making purchases at a traveling store, original title: 'Negro making purchase at traveling grocery store', Forrest City, Arkansas, photograph by Lee Russell, September, 1938.
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African American man making purchases at a traveling store, original title: 'Negro making purchase at traveling grocery store...
African American man making purchases at a traveling store, original title: 'Negro making purchase at traveling grocery store', Forrest City, Arkansas, photograph by Lee Russell, September, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-4361, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Mission Inn, Seventh Street entrance, Riverside County, circa 1920s-1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Mission Inn, Seventh Street entrance, Riverside County, cir...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Mission Inn, Seventh Street entrance, Riverside County, circa 1920s-1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-3252, Farmer looking at new equipment, Saturday afternoon, Enterprise, Alabama, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, circa 1939.
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Farmer looking at new equipment, Saturday afternoon, Enterprise, Alabama, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, circa 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-5012, Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Pr...
Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2602, Man in front of a movie theater playing THE BAD MAN OF BRIMSTONE, Waco, Texas, photograph by Lee Russell, 1939.
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Man in front of a movie theater playing THE BAD MAN OF BRIMSTONE, Waco, Texas, photograph by Lee Russell, 1939.
Stock Photo #4186-16037, 1920S Classroom Male Teacher Helping Boy At Desk - Blackboard In Background
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1920S Classroom Male Teacher Helping Boy At Desk - Blackboard In Background
Stock Photo #4048-4187, Bedouin hunter with his falcon, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, circa 1898-1946
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Bedouin hunter with his falcon, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, circa 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-8801, President Franklin Roosevelt with Senate Majority Leader Alben Barkley during the 1938 mid-term elections. FDR had just delivered one of FDR's 'purge' speeches against one of several powerful Democrats who opposed his New Deal policies. Aug. 1938.
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President Franklin Roosevelt with Senate Majority Leader Alben Barkley during the 1938 mid-term elections. FDR had just deliv...
President Franklin Roosevelt with Senate Majority Leader Alben Barkley during the 1938 mid-term elections. FDR had just delivered one of FDR's 'purge' speeches against one of several powerful Democrats who opposed his New Deal policies. Aug. 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-3130, Fiddlin' Bill Henseley, mountain fiddler, photograph by Ben Shahn, Asheville, North Carolina, 1938.
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Fiddlin' Bill Henseley, mountain fiddler, photograph by Ben Shahn, Asheville, North Carolina, 1938.
Stock Photo #4186-15997, 1930S 1940S Man Teacher Professor Pointing Pointer At Blackboard Looking At Camera
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1930S 1940S Man Teacher Professor Pointing Pointer At Blackboard Looking At Camera
Stock Photo #4048-4188, Bedouin hunter with his falcon and child, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, circa 1898-1946
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Bedouin hunter with his falcon and child, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, circa 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-1688, Migrant Mother, portrait of Florence Owens Thompson, and children, by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration, Nipomo, California, 1936.
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Migrant Mother, portrait of Florence Owens Thompson, and children, by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration, Ni...
Migrant Mother, portrait of Florence Owens Thompson, and children, by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration, Nipomo, California, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-3133, Medicine Show, man in blackface at right, photograph by Ben Shahn, Huntingdon, Tennessee, October, 1938.
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Medicine Show, man in blackface at right, photograph by Ben Shahn, Huntingdon, Tennessee, October, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-5188, Negro going in colored entrance of movie house on Saturday afternoon, by Marion Post Wolcott, Belzoni, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, 1939.
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Negro going in colored entrance of movie house on Saturday afternoon, by Marion Post Wolcott, Belzoni, Mississippi Delta, Mis...
Negro going in colored entrance of movie house on Saturday afternoon, by Marion Post Wolcott, Belzoni, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-5014, Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in th...
Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4016, A hobo jungle along the riverfront, Saint Louis, Missouri, photograph by Arthur Rothstein, March, 1936.
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A hobo jungle along the riverfront, Saint Louis, Missouri, photograph by Arthur Rothstein, March, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-3129, Boys looking at penny movies at South Louisiana State Fair, viewing WIGGLING WONDERS, next to a machine showing Charlie Chaplin in THE DUMB WAITER, photograph by Lee Russell, October, 1938.
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Boys looking at penny movies at South Louisiana State Fair, viewing WIGGLING WONDERS, next to a machine showing Charlie Chapl...
Boys looking at penny movies at South Louisiana State Fair, viewing WIGGLING WONDERS, next to a machine showing Charlie Chaplin in THE DUMB WAITER, photograph by Lee Russell, October, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2459, Halloween, family dressed in costumes, circa 1930s.
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Halloween, family dressed in costumes, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-10432, Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge challenged the New Deal in 1936. He organized 'Southern Committee to Uphold the Constitution', to oppose FDR within the Democratic party. Talmadge was speaking to business leaders in Baltimore, with Senator George L. Radcliffe, of Maryland, on left.
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Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge challenged the New Deal in 1936. He organized 'Southern Committee to Uphold the Constitution...
Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge challenged the New Deal in 1936. He organized 'Southern Committee to Uphold the Constitution', to oppose FDR within the Democratic party. Talmadge was speaking to business leaders in Baltimore, with Senator George L. Radcliffe, of Maryland, on left.
Stock Photo #4048-4042, African American houses, original title: 'Negro houses', Mississippi, photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
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African American houses, original title: 'Negro houses', Mississippi, photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4048, Medical College, Baghdad and road building, Medical class and speaker, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
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Medical College, Baghdad and road building, Medical class and speaker, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-3893, African American sharecropper house with child on steps, original caption: 'Negro sharecropper house, 'They treat us better here than where we did live, no privy in sight, had to get water from the spring, so far away that the man was gone twenty minute getting a bucket of water', person County, North Carolina, photograph by Dorothea Lange, July, 1939.
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African American sharecropper house with child on steps, original caption: 'Negro sharecropper house, 'They treat us better h...
African American sharecropper house with child on steps, original caption: 'Negro sharecropper house, 'They treat us better here than where we did live, no privy in sight, had to get water from the spring, so far away that the man was gone twenty minute getting a bucket of water', person County, North Carolina, photograph by Dorothea Lange, July, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-1803, Fishing in the Bronx River, New York City, April, 1935
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Fishing in the Bronx River, New York City, April, 1935
Stock Photo #4048-5125, Justice Hugo Black following his confirmation by the Senate 63-16. With Mrs. Hugo Black. August 1937
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Justice Hugo Black following his confirmation by the Senate 63-16. With Mrs. Hugo Black. August 1937
Stock Photo #4048-4456, Mount Sinai, Trans-Jordan. Petra, funeral chapel of the Roman style, circa 1898-1946
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Mount Sinai, Trans-Jordan. Petra, funeral chapel of the Roman style, circa 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-5189, Original caption reads: 'Negro drinking at colored water cooler in streetcar terminal', by Lee Russell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July, 1939.
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Original caption reads: 'Negro drinking at colored water cooler in streetcar terminal', by Lee Russell, Oklahoma City, Oklaho...
Original caption reads: 'Negro drinking at colored water cooler in streetcar terminal', by Lee Russell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-1784, Mayor Jimmy Walker leads a parade as a demonstration against taxation along Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, New York City, May 14, 1932
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Mayor Jimmy Walker leads a parade as a demonstration against taxation along Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, New York Cit...
Mayor Jimmy Walker leads a parade as a demonstration against taxation along Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, New York City, May 14, 1932
Stock Photo #4048-4234, 'Roadside Inn,' central Ohio. The figure of the body was originally distributed to advertise the Neward Indian Mounds
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'Roadside Inn,' central Ohio. The figure of the body was originally distributed to advertise the Neward Indian Mounds
Stock Photo #4048-8756, Candid portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking to informally to greeters at Hyde Park, NY. FDR had just arrived to spend the August Congressional break at his Hudson River home. July 29, 1933.
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Candid portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking to informally to greeters at Hyde Park, NY. FDR had just arrived to ...
Candid portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking to informally to greeters at Hyde Park, NY. FDR had just arrived to spend the August Congressional break at his Hudson River home. July 29, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-3015, A Republican soldier passing a dead horse on the Plaza de Toros, armies battle for Tervel, Bulgaria, circa 1938.
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A Republican soldier passing a dead horse on the Plaza de Toros, armies battle for Tervel, Bulgaria, circa 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-3249, Coffee, advertisement for coffee, Washington DC, photograph by John Vachon, circa 1935.
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Coffee, advertisement for coffee, Washington DC, photograph by John Vachon, circa 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-9081, New York Democrats hold a 'Victory Dinner' at the Astor Hotel, Jan. 14, 1932. L-R: John Curry, Morris Tremaine, Charles Sabin, John Raskob, Frank Polk, Chairman, John W. Davis, Congressman Henry Rainey, Governor Franklin Roosevelt, Lieut. Governor Herbert Lehman, Attorney General John Bennett, and Norman Mack.
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New York Democrats hold a 'Victory Dinner' at the Astor Hotel, Jan. 14, 1932. L-R: John Curry, Morris Tremaine, Charles Sabin...
New York Democrats hold a 'Victory Dinner' at the Astor Hotel, Jan. 14, 1932. L-R: John Curry, Morris Tremaine, Charles Sabin, John Raskob, Frank Polk, Chairman, John W. Davis, Congressman Henry Rainey, Governor Franklin Roosevelt, Lieut. Governor Herbert Lehman, Attorney General John Bennett, and Norman Mack.
Stock Photo #4048-4149, Woman and girl seated in front of dolls which are wearing traditional Arab dress, one group of dolls has label 'Dolls Ramallah', photograph, circa 1920-1946.
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Woman and girl seated in front of dolls which are wearing traditional Arab dress, one group of dolls has label 'Dolls Ramalla...
Woman and girl seated in front of dolls which are wearing traditional Arab dress, one group of dolls has label 'Dolls Ramallah', photograph, circa 1920-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-4358, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, tenting of citrus trees at night, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, tenting of citrus trees at night, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-5023, Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the b...
Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-3895, Waterfront in New Orleans, French market sidewalk scene, Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
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Waterfront in New Orleans, French market sidewalk scene, Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-5124, Justice Hugo Black of the US Supreme Court. August 1937
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Justice Hugo Black of the US Supreme Court. August 1937
Stock Photo #4048-4186, Bedouin hunter with his falcon, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, 1898-1946
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Bedouin hunter with his falcon, Jerusalem, photograph by American Colony Photo Department, 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-4030, Tel Aviv, Moghrabi theatre, movie picture-house, photograph, 1920-1933.
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Tel Aviv, Moghrabi theatre, movie picture-house, photograph, 1920-1933.
Stock Photo #4048-8748, President Franklin Roosevelt mopping his brow during a 'purge speech'. He was extolling the virtues of Rep. David J. Lewis, the Democratic Primary opponent of incumbent Senator Millard Tydings. Tydings was a target of FDR's 1938 'purge' of Democrats who opposed the New Deal. Maryland, Denton, Sept. 5, 1938.
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President Franklin Roosevelt mopping his brow during a 'purge speech'. He was extolling the virtues of Rep. David J. Lewis, t...
President Franklin Roosevelt mopping his brow during a 'purge speech'. He was extolling the virtues of Rep. David J. Lewis, the Democratic Primary opponent of incumbent Senator Millard Tydings. Tydings was a target of FDR's 1938 'purge' of Democrats who opposed the New Deal. Maryland, Denton, Sept. 5, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-6952, Hungry man with his meal of bread and soup at a New York City soup kitchen during the Great Depression. His fedora and now ragged sports jacket indicate his past employment. 1930s.
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Hungry man with his meal of bread and soup at a New York City soup kitchen during the Great Depression. His fedora and now ra...
Hungry man with his meal of bread and soup at a New York City soup kitchen during the Great Depression. His fedora and now ragged sports jacket indicate his past employment. 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-8935, J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ransom, John Henry Seadlund then killed Ross, as well as his criminal partner, James Atwood Gray. Special FBI agent Earl Connelley (in center) cracked the case, and arrested Seadlund. Jan. 21. 1938.
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J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ...
J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ransom, John Henry Seadlund then killed Ross, as well as his criminal partner, James Atwood Gray. Special FBI agent Earl Connelley (in center) cracked the case, and arrested Seadlund. Jan. 21. 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2458, Halloween, children dressed in costumes, circa 1930s.
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Halloween, children dressed in costumes, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-3131, Dwellers in Circleville's Hooverville, photograph by Ben Shahn, Ohio, 1938.
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Dwellers in Circleville's Hooverville, photograph by Ben Shahn, Ohio, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-1400, Dr. GOEBBELS emerging from a polling place in Berlin after casting his vote for Hitler. October 27, 1934.
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Dr. GOEBBELS emerging from a polling place in Berlin after casting his vote for Hitler. October 27, 1934.
Stock Photo #1895-19007, Herbert Morrison with his supporters, 1931
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Herbert Morrison with his supporters, 1931
Stock Photo #4048-4185, Men and boy on horses during hunt in Virginia, photograph, circa 1910-1930
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Men and boy on horses during hunt in Virginia, photograph, circa 1910-1930
Stock Photo #4048-3250, Coffee, original caption: 'You don't have to worriate so much and you've got time to raise somp'n to eat.' The program to eliminate the risk and uncertainty of a one-crop system meets the approval of this sharecropper. She sits on the porch and sorts tobacco. Near Douglas, Georgia, photograph by Dorothea Lange, circa 1938.
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Coffee, original caption: 'You don't have to worriate so much and you've got time to raise somp'n to eat.' The program to eli...
Coffee, original caption: 'You don't have to worriate so much and you've got time to raise somp'n to eat.' The program to eliminate the risk and uncertainty of a one-crop system meets the approval of this sharecropper. She sits on the porch and sorts tobacco. Near Douglas, Georgia, photograph by Dorothea Lange, circa 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-4359, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Arlington Heights citrus groves, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Arlington Heights citrus groves, Riverside County, circa 19...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Arlington Heights citrus groves, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-5123, Justice Hugo Black of the US Supreme Court. ca. late 1930s.
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Justice Hugo Black of the US Supreme Court. ca. late 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-8712, J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ransom, John Henry Seadlund then killed Ross, as well as his criminal partner, James Atwood Gray. Special FBI agent Earl Connelley (in center) cracked the case, and arrested Seadlund. Jan. 21. 1938.
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J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ...
J. Edgar Hoover arriving in St. Paul, Minn. at the tragic end of the Charles S. Ross Kidnap case. After collecting a $50,000 ransom, John Henry Seadlund then killed Ross, as well as his criminal partner, James Atwood Gray. Special FBI agent Earl Connelley (in center) cracked the case, and arrested Seadlund. Jan. 21. 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2657, Movie Theaters, The Family Theater, 16-30 Monroe Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, circa 1933.
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Movie Theaters, The Family Theater, 16-30 Monroe Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, circa 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-1568, Queen Elizabeth, King George VI (back), Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II), Princess Margaret Rose, at the Odeon Theater to see THE FORSYTHE SAGA, November 19, 1949, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
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Queen Elizabeth, King George VI (back), Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II), Princess Margaret Rose, at the Od...
Queen Elizabeth, King George VI (back), Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II), Princess Margaret Rose, at the Odeon Theater to see THE FORSYTHE SAGA, November 19, 1949, CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection
Stock Photo #4048-9026, J. Edgar Hoover placing a bet at the two dollar window. It was opening day at Bowie race track, Maryland, April 1, 1938.
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J. Edgar Hoover placing a bet at the two dollar window. It was opening day at Bowie race track, Maryland, April 1, 1938.
Stock Photo #4186-3216, 1920S Women In Kitchen Cooking
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1920S Women In Kitchen Cooking
Stock Photo #4048-4064, Medical College, tractor pulling a cart to the Baghdad and road building, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
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Medical College, tractor pulling a cart to the Baghdad and road building, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-4038, Circus poster, Alabama, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
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Circus poster, Alabama, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-5024, Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now...
Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-5564, Allen Dulles, future Director of the CIA, ca 1920
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Allen Dulles, future Director of the CIA, ca 1920
Stock Photo #4048-3932, African American store fronts, original title: 'Shop fronts, laundry and barber shop, Negro shop', Vicksburg, Mississippi, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1936.
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African American store fronts, original title: 'Shop fronts, laundry and barber shop, Negro shop', Vicksburg, Mississippi, ph...
African American store fronts, original title: 'Shop fronts, laundry and barber shop, Negro shop', Vicksburg, Mississippi, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2238, Commemorative plaques at Yankee Stadium, Edward Grant Barrow, Lou Gehrig, Miller James Huggins, Babe Ruth, Jacob Ruppert, and Pope Paul VI, New York, June 25, 1966
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Commemorative plaques at Yankee Stadium, Edward Grant Barrow, Lou Gehrig, Miller James Huggins, Babe Ruth, Jacob Ruppert, and...
Commemorative plaques at Yankee Stadium, Edward Grant Barrow, Lou Gehrig, Miller James Huggins, Babe Ruth, Jacob Ruppert, and Pope Paul VI, New York, June 25, 1966
Stock Photo #4048-10514, Colored Waiting Room sign. Four African American men stand outside of the Manchester, Georgia, railroad station. May 1938.
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Colored Waiting Room sign. Four African American men stand outside of the Manchester, Georgia, railroad station. May 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-4406, Seated man smoking a nargile, or water pipe, photograph, 1898-1946
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Seated man smoking a nargile, or water pipe, photograph, 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-4846, Entertainers at Negro tavern. Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
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Entertainers at Negro tavern. Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
Stock Photo #4186-3269, 1930S 1940S Grandmother In Apron Admiring Loaf Of Freshly Baked Bread
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1930S 1940S Grandmother In Apron Admiring Loaf Of Freshly Baked Bread
Stock Photo #4048-2554, Woman with record albums and victrola, circa 1930s.
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Woman with record albums and victrola, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-5021, Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Wal...
Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-1797, A workman greases up the tracks of the Cyclone roller coaster in Coney Island. New York City, circa March 1936
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A workman greases up the tracks of the Cyclone roller coaster in Coney Island. New York City, circa March 1936
Stock Photo #4186-14276, 1930S Portrait Of Elderly Woman With Finger Raised At Viewer
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1930S Portrait Of Elderly Woman With Finger Raised At Viewer
Stock Photo #4048-9489, Robert Kennedy, one of several children of 'Distinguished Foreigners', laying commemorative stones at Clubland, a new youth center in London. Apr. 14, 1939.
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Robert Kennedy, one of several children of 'Distinguished Foreigners', laying commemorative stones at Clubland, a new youth c...
Robert Kennedy, one of several children of 'Distinguished Foreigners', laying commemorative stones at Clubland, a new youth center in London. Apr. 14, 1939.
Stock Photo #4186-3089, 1920S Housewife At Stove Cooking
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1920S Housewife At Stove Cooking
Stock Photo #4048-2031, An experimental television from the National Broadcasting Company, circa 1937
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An experimental television from the National Broadcasting Company, circa 1937
Stock Photo #4048-3120, Nebraska, trucks in the wholesale district, Omaha, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, trucks in the wholesale district, Omaha, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-1778, The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, New York City, November 26, 1931
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, New York City, November 26, 1931
Stock Photo #4048-9082, Governor Franklin Roosevelt and Boston Mayor James Curley appeared together on Oct. 30, 1932. FDR was visiting his alma mater, the Groton school, where two of his sons, Franklin Jr. and John, were students.
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Governor Franklin Roosevelt and Boston Mayor James Curley appeared together on Oct. 30, 1932. FDR was visiting his alma mater...
Governor Franklin Roosevelt and Boston Mayor James Curley appeared together on Oct. 30, 1932. FDR was visiting his alma mater, the Groton school, where two of his sons, Franklin Jr. and John, were students.
Stock Photo #4048-4455, Mount Sinai, Trans-Jordan. Petra, stairway to the great high place and funeral chapel, circa 1898-1946
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Mount Sinai, Trans-Jordan. Petra, stairway to the great high place and funeral chapel, circa 1898-1946
Stock Photo #4048-3998, African American child on a dilapidated porch, original title: 'Negro child on porch of dilapidated Trepagnier plantation near Norco', Louisiana, photograph by Lee Russell, September, 1938.
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African American child on a dilapidated porch, original title: 'Negro child on porch of dilapidated Trepagnier plantation nea...
African American child on a dilapidated porch, original title: 'Negro child on porch of dilapidated Trepagnier plantation near Norco', Louisiana, photograph by Lee Russell, September, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-3123, Nebraska, girl carrying her father's lunch pail, photograph by John Vachon, South Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, girl carrying her father's lunch pail, photograph by John Vachon, South Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-5022, Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise F...
Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2603, Mexican man in front of a movie theater playing CITY STREETS, San Antonio, Texas, photograph by Lee Russell, 1939.
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Mexican man in front of a movie theater playing CITY STREETS, San Antonio, Texas, photograph by Lee Russell, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-5017, A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabam...
A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-8559, Portrait of man in drivers seat of car (All persons depicted are not longer living and no estate exists. Supplier warranties that there will be no model releease) Courtesy Everett Collection (Sev003592)
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Portrait of man in drivers seat of car (All persons depicted are not longer living and no estate exists. Supplier warranties ...
Portrait of man in drivers seat of car (All persons depicted are not longer living and no estate exists. Supplier warranties that there will be no model releease) Courtesy Everett Collection (Sev003592)
Stock Photo #4048-5156, James H.R. Cromwell, husband of the wealthy Doris Duke Cromwell, today recommended to the House Ways and Means Committee immediate reduction and ultimate repeal of all forms of income tax. 1/19/38 Washington, DC
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James H.R. Cromwell, husband of the wealthy Doris Duke Cromwell, today recommended to the House Ways and Means Committee imme...
James H.R. Cromwell, husband of the wealthy Doris Duke Cromwell, today recommended to the House Ways and Means Committee immediate reduction and ultimate repeal of all forms of income tax. 1/19/38 Washington, DC
Stock Photo #4048-5015, The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let ...
The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2555, Woman playing a record, circa 1930s.
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Woman playing a record, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-4001, Pawn shop, photograph, 1900s-1930s.
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Pawn shop, photograph, 1900s-1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-10251, New York Communist Party cheer for their candidates and a hero. L-R: William Foster, candidate of Governor, Sam Nesin, Secretary of Unemployment Relief who was injured in the recent riot at City Hall when the communists attempted to storm the Alderman Chamber, and Israel Amter, candidate for Congress. Ca. Oct 23, 1930.
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New York Communist Party cheer for their candidates and a hero. L-R: William Foster, candidate of Governor, Sam Nesin, Secret...
New York Communist Party cheer for their candidates and a hero. L-R: William Foster, candidate of Governor, Sam Nesin, Secretary of Unemployment Relief who was injured in the recent riot at City Hall when the communists attempted to storm the Alderman Chamber, and Israel Amter, candidate for Congress. Ca. Oct 23, 1930.
Stock Photo #4048-7706, Tom Mooney a socialist labor leader stepped out of San Quentin prison on January 7 1939 after serving 22 years for a bombing conviction based on admitted perjury. The perjurers confessed soon after Mooney's conviction but all officials ignored incl
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Tom Mooney a socialist labor leader stepped out of San Quentin prison on January 7 1939 after serving 22 years for a bombing ...
Tom Mooney a socialist labor leader stepped out of San Quentin prison on January 7 1939 after serving 22 years for a bombing conviction based on admitted perjury. The perjurers confessed soon after Mooney's conviction but all officials ignored incl
Stock Photo #4186-16034, 1920S 1930S Boy At Desk In Classroom In Front Of Blackboard Shooting Paper Wad With Rubber Band
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1920S 1930S Boy At Desk In Classroom In Front Of Blackboard Shooting Paper Wad With Rubber Band
Stock Photo #4048-6834, A nurse examining the teeth of a boy in New York, N.Y. , ca. 1935.
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A nurse examining the teeth of a boy in New York, N.Y. , ca. 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-9084, Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Nebraska. FDR listens to farmers with a threshing machine as a backdrop. Sept. 29, 1930.
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Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Nebraska. FDR listens to farmers with a threshing machine as a backd...
Governor Franklin Roosevelt campaigning for President in Nebraska. FDR listens to farmers with a threshing machine as a backdrop. Sept. 29, 1930.
Stock Photo #4048-5205, Plow covered by sand, Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by Arthur Rothstein, circa 1936.
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Plow covered by sand, Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by Arthur Rothstein, circa 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-1787, Wall Street is barren because of Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation that all New York bank transactions will be suspended for two days. New York City, March 4, 1965
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Wall Street is barren because of Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation that all New York bank transactions will be suspended...
Wall Street is barren because of Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation that all New York bank transactions will be suspended for two days. New York City, March 4, 1965
Stock Photo #4048-5524, William Howard Taft (1857-1930) receives news of his nomination as the Republican Presidential candidate in 1908.
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William Howard Taft (1857-1930) receives news of his nomination as the Republican Presidential candidate in 1908.
Stock Photo #4048-4844, People sitting on front porches in 'Negro' section of Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
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People sitting on front porches in 'Negro' section of Chicago, Illinois. Lee Russell photograph, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-5572, Woman sitting in car, Texas, 1937
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Woman sitting in car, Texas, 1937
Stock Photo #4048-7234, Albert Einstein (1879-1955), sunbathing in 1932, the year before renounced his German citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton.
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Albert Einstein (1879-1955), sunbathing in 1932, the year before renounced his German citizenship for political reasons and e...
Albert Einstein (1879-1955), sunbathing in 1932, the year before renounced his German citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton.
Stock Photo #4186-16373, 1930S Female Teacher In Front Of Blackboard Helping Girl Student At Desk Reading Book
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1930S Female Teacher In Front Of Blackboard Helping Girl Student At Desk Reading Book
Stock Photo #4048-8749, President Franklin Roosevelt caught in a rain storm while campaigning in Charlotte, NC on Sept. 11, 1936. The photographer snapped FDR during a cough as he continued to greet citizen's who came out to see him.
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President Franklin Roosevelt caught in a rain storm while campaigning in Charlotte, NC on Sept. 11, 1936. The photographer sn...
President Franklin Roosevelt caught in a rain storm while campaigning in Charlotte, NC on Sept. 11, 1936. The photographer snapped FDR during a cough as he continued to greet citizen's who came out to see him.
Stock Photo #4048-4360, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Magnolia Avenue with electric street car, Riverside County, circa 1920s-1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Magnolia Avenue with electric street car, Riverside County,...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Magnolia Avenue with electric street car, Riverside County, circa 1920s-1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-4988, Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), photo by Alan Lomax. Belle Glade, Florida, 1935
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Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), photo by Alan Lomax. Belle Glade, Florida, 1935
Stock Photo #4048-5546, Crowd for waiting for candidate William Taft's (1857-1930) whistle-stop train during the western tour of his successful campaign for the US Presidency in 1908.
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Crowd for waiting for candidate William Taft's (1857-1930) whistle-stop train during the western tour of his successful campa...
Crowd for waiting for candidate William Taft's (1857-1930) whistle-stop train during the western tour of his successful campaign for the US Presidency in 1908.
Stock Photo #4048-4357, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of workers harvesting oranges in groves, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of workers harvesting oranges in groves, Riverside County, cir...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of workers harvesting oranges in groves, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-8557, Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Reed in front of President Roosevelt. 2/18/1938. Courtesy:
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Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Re...
Joseph P. Kennedy takes the oath as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James (Britain) with Supreme Court Justice STanley Reed in front of President Roosevelt. 2/18/1938. Courtesy:
Stock Photo #4048-9078, Giant poster of New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt, as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. L-R: Edward J. Flynn, Secy of NYS, and James A. Farley (right) NYS Democratic Chairman, at Grand Central Station, NYC, as they left for Chicago. June 16, 1932.
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Giant poster of New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt, as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. L-R: Edward ...
Giant poster of New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt, as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. L-R: Edward J. Flynn, Secy of NYS, and James A. Farley (right) NYS Democratic Chairman, at Grand Central Station, NYC, as they left for Chicago. June 16, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-5013, The family home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The family home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famo...
The family home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-3140, Civilian Conservation Corps at work. Enrollee William L. Cross climbing up on a scaffold erected for assembling a prefabricated building to be a camp work shop, United States Resettlement Administration, Appalachia, Virginia, 1935-1942.
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Civilian Conservation Corps at work. Enrollee William L. Cross climbing up on a scaffold erected for assembling a prefabricat...
Civilian Conservation Corps at work. Enrollee William L. Cross climbing up on a scaffold erected for assembling a prefabricated building to be a camp work shop, United States Resettlement Administration, Appalachia, Virginia, 1935-1942.
Stock Photo #4048-7004, Al Capone's luxurious Florida estate was cited as evidence of his extravagant life style during his 1931 tax evasion trial.
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Al Capone's luxurious Florida estate was cited as evidence of his extravagant life style during his 1931 tax evasion trial.
Stock Photo #4048-3139, Civilian Conservation Corps boys at work, United States Resettlement Administration, photograph by Carl Mydans, Maryland, August, 1935.
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Civilian Conservation Corps boys at work, United States Resettlement Administration, photograph by Carl Mydans, Maryland, Aug...
Civilian Conservation Corps boys at work, United States Resettlement Administration, photograph by Carl Mydans, Maryland, August, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-4039, Alabama feed store front, sign reads: 'C. J. Fite Jazz Feeds', photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
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Alabama feed store front, sign reads: 'C. J. Fite Jazz Feeds', photograph by Walker Evans, March, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-6982, Mrs. Vincent Coll with her husband's famous defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz. 'Mad Dog' Coll was acquitted of the murder of a five year old bystander during Coll's attempted kidnapping of gangster Joey Ral. 1931.
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Mrs. Vincent Coll with her husband's famous defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz. 'Mad Dog' Coll was acquitted of the murder of ...
Mrs. Vincent Coll with her husband's famous defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz. 'Mad Dog' Coll was acquitted of the murder of a five year old bystander during Coll's attempted kidnapping of gangster Joey Ral. 1931.
Stock Photo #4048-5157, James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of 'In Defense of Capitolism,' urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today to grant powers for the Federal Reserve Board to stabilize the dollar and increase the flow of money. 8/14/37 Washington, DC
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James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of 'In Defense of Capitolism,' urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today ...
James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of 'In Defense of Capitolism,' urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today to grant powers for the Federal Reserve Board to stabilize the dollar and increase the flow of money. 8/14/37 Washington, DC
Stock Photo #4048-2167, Woolworth's having a sit-down strike, 14th St, New York City, March 18, 1937
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Woolworth's having a sit-down strike, 14th St, New York City, March 18, 1937
Stock Photo #4048-1005, Polo Grounds, during the first game of the 1933 World Series between the New York Giants and the Washington Senators. New York, October 3, 1933
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Polo Grounds, during the first game of the 1933 World Series between the New York Giants and the Washington Senators. New Yor...
Polo Grounds, during the first game of the 1933 World Series between the New York Giants and the Washington Senators. New York, October 3, 1933
Stock Photo #4048-5018, Crossroads General Store and Post Office, Sprott Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Crossroads General Store and Post Office, Sprott Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph b...
Crossroads General Store and Post Office, Sprott Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4214, Sailors playing a dice game on the New York, original title: 'Shooting craps on New York', photograph circa 1900s-1930s
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Sailors playing a dice game on the New York, original title: 'Shooting craps on New York', photograph circa 1900s-1930s
Stock Photo #4048-8732, Democratic Presidential candidate, Franklin Roosevelt, speaks to a crowd of over 10,000 at Butte, Montana. FDR pledged Montana miners to review US monetary policy, and in 1934 he established a silver purchase program in which the U.S. Treasury would buy all newly mined silver. Sept 20, 1932.
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Democratic Presidential candidate, Franklin Roosevelt, speaks to a crowd of over 10,000 at Butte, Montana. FDR pledged Montan...
Democratic Presidential candidate, Franklin Roosevelt, speaks to a crowd of over 10,000 at Butte, Montana. FDR pledged Montana miners to review US monetary policy, and in 1934 he established a silver purchase program in which the U.S. Treasury would buy all newly mined silver. Sept 20, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-5020, Main Street of Greensboro, county seat of Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Main Street of Greensboro, county seat of Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photog...
Main Street of Greensboro, county seat of Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4043, The Church of the Nazarene. Tennessee, photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The Church of the Nazarene. Tennessee, photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4235, Campaign posters, central Ohio, Route 40. Summer 1938. Ben Shahn, photographer.
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Campaign posters, central Ohio, Route 40. Summer 1938. Ben Shahn, photographer.
Stock Photo #4048-6771, 'Lightnin' Washington, an African American prisoner, in the prison hospital at Darrington State Farm, Texas. He was one of the prison musicians who continued the work song tradition of African slaves, while laboring in work gangs on the prison farm. His singing was recorded by ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax. 1934 photo by Lomax.
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'Lightnin' Washington, an African American prisoner, in the prison hospital at Darrington State Farm, Texas. He was one of th...
'Lightnin' Washington, an African American prisoner, in the prison hospital at Darrington State Farm, Texas. He was one of the prison musicians who continued the work song tradition of African slaves, while laboring in work gangs on the prison farm. His singing was recorded by ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax. 1934 photo by Lomax.
Stock Photo #4048-3141, Watching for the parade, child seated on a curb with a military band behind, photograph by Louise Rosskam, North Street, Washington DC, 1938.
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Watching for the parade, child seated on a curb with a military band behind, photograph by Louise Rosskam, North Street, Wash...
Watching for the parade, child seated on a curb with a military band behind, photograph by Louise Rosskam, North Street, Washington DC, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-5016, The corner of the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The corner of the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'L...
The corner of the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #1035-13302, Washington, D.C.: 1934 Upton Sinclair, Democratic candidate for California governor, explains his 'Epic' plan to end poverty in California to the National Press Club.
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Washington, D.C.: 1934 Upton Sinclair, Democratic candidate for California governor, explains his 'Epic' plan to end poverty ...
Washington, D.C.: 1934 Upton Sinclair, Democratic candidate for California governor, explains his 'Epic' plan to end poverty in California to the National Press Club.
Stock Photo #4048-4041, New Orleans, African American street, original title: 'Negro Street', Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
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New Orleans, African American street, original title: 'Negro Street', Louisiana, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-3836, Side of a store, showing advertising signs, including 666 cold medicine, Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola, Esso Gasoline, Halifax, North Carolina, photograph by John Vachon, April, 1938.
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Side of a store, showing advertising signs, including 666 cold medicine, Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola, Esso Gasoline, Halifax, North...
Side of a store, showing advertising signs, including 666 cold medicine, Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola, Esso Gasoline, Halifax, North Carolina, photograph by John Vachon, April, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-5025, Sharecropper Bud Fields and his family at home. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Sharecropper Bud Fields and his family at home. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. ...
Sharecropper Bud Fields and his family at home. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2290, Toward Los Angeles, California, billboard reads: 'Next time try the train Relax Southern Pacific', by Dorothea Lange, for the Farm Securities Administration, March 1937.
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Toward Los Angeles, California, billboard reads: 'Next time try the train Relax Southern Pacific', by Dorothea Lange, for the...
Toward Los Angeles, California, billboard reads: 'Next time try the train Relax Southern Pacific', by Dorothea Lange, for the Farm Securities Administration, March 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-3124, Nebraska, Tommy Murphy, and Ed Kay, traveling companions, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, Tommy Murphy, and Ed Kay, traveling companions, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4186-13379, 1970S Barbershop Quartet
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1970S Barbershop Quartet
Stock Photo #4048-2007, An early airline stewardess, circa 1931
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An early airline stewardess, circa 1931
Stock Photo #1035-13323, United States: 1940 Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie on the campaign trail.
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United States: 1940 Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie on the campaign trail.
Stock Photo #4048-3934, African American man in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro flood refugee in the Red Cross temporary infirmary of Forrest City', Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
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African American man in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro flood refugee in the Red Cross temporary infirmary of F...
African American man in infirmary after flood, original title: 'Negro flood refugee in the Red Cross temporary infirmary of Forrest City', Arkansas, photograph by Walker Evans, February, 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-7693, Chicago Cubs player Gabby Hartnett autographing a baseball for Sonny Capone who is sitting with his father Al Capone and other gangsters at a 1931 charity baseball game.
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Chicago Cubs player Gabby Hartnett autographing a baseball for Sonny Capone who is sitting with his father Al Capone and othe...
Chicago Cubs player Gabby Hartnett autographing a baseball for Sonny Capone who is sitting with his father Al Capone and other gangsters at a 1931 charity baseball game.
Stock Photo #4048-2541, African American juke joint, original title: 'Jitterbugging in a Negro Juke Joint on Saturday evening, outside Clarksdale', by Marion Post Wolcott, Clarksdale, Mississippi, 1939.
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African American juke joint, original title: 'Jitterbugging in a Negro Juke Joint on Saturday evening, outside Clarksdale', b...
African American juke joint, original title: 'Jitterbugging in a Negro Juke Joint on Saturday evening, outside Clarksdale', by Marion Post Wolcott, Clarksdale, Mississippi, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-2661, Theaters, Ford's Theater, site of the Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, exterior, 511 Tenth Street Northwest, Washington DC, circa 1930s.
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Theaters, Ford's Theater, site of the Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, exterior, 511 Tenth Street Northwest, Washi...
Theaters, Ford's Theater, site of the Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, exterior, 511 Tenth Street Northwest, Washington DC, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-10458, African American children playing baseball in an alley. The Washington DC slum, the London Court houses, had outhouses rather than indoor toilets. Ca. 1933-1940.
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African American children playing baseball in an alley. The Washington DC slum, the London Court houses, had outhouses rather...
African American children playing baseball in an alley. The Washington DC slum, the London Court houses, had outhouses rather than indoor toilets. Ca. 1933-1940.

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