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Stock Photo #4048-3849, Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th century sailor using a sextant. silkscree, 1937
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Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th ce...
Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th century sailor using a sextant. silkscree, 1937
Stock Photo #4048-9597, Wall Street is virtually deserted in front of the US Sub-treasury building, following Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation that all banking transactions in the state are being suspended for two days. March 4, 1933.
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Wall Street is virtually deserted in front of the US Sub-treasury building, following Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation ...
Wall Street is virtually deserted in front of the US Sub-treasury building, following Governor Herbert Lehman's proclamation that all banking transactions in the state are being suspended for two days. March 4, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-10125, Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Miles Sweeney, the CIO strike leader at the Hershey Chocolate Plant, is ejected by a mob of non-striking workers and local farmers. April 7, 1937.
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Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Miles Sweeney, the CIO strike leader at the Hershey Chocolate Plant, is ejected...
Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Miles Sweeney, the CIO strike leader at the Hershey Chocolate Plant, is ejected by a mob of non-striking workers and local farmers. April 7, 1937.
Stock Photo #4286-34977, Memorial Day ceremony, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington Cemetary.
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Memorial Day ceremony, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington Cemetary.
Stock Photo #4048-9981, Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and present their petitions to the presiding officers of the House and Senate. Dec. 7, 1932.
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Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and presen...
Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and present their petitions to the presiding officers of the House and Senate. Dec. 7, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-6212, Gang labor of Mexicans and white Americans on a large carrot truck farm in California's Imperial Valley. Because of surplus workers during the Great Depression with these workers made only one dollar a day. February 1939 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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Gang labor of Mexicans and white Americans on a large carrot truck farm in California's Imperial Valley. Because of surplus w...
Gang labor of Mexicans and white Americans on a large carrot truck farm in California's Imperial Valley. Because of surplus workers during the Great Depression with these workers made only one dollar a day. February 1939 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
Stock Photo #4048-9563, Municipal Lodging House Thanksgiving dinner. The hungry and destitute of New York City eat their free thanksgiving dinner accompanied by a brass band. Nov. 28, 1932.
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Municipal Lodging House Thanksgiving dinner. The hungry and destitute of New York City eat their free thanksgiving dinner acc...
Municipal Lodging House Thanksgiving dinner. The hungry and destitute of New York City eat their free thanksgiving dinner accompanied by a brass band. Nov. 28, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10371, Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Representatives passed the bill on June 15, 1932. July 5, 1932.
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Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Represe...
Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Representatives passed the bill on June 15, 1932. July 5, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-9676, Chicago homeless man on Thanksgiving, 1952. He can't afford the fancy 75-cent special posted on the window of a West Madison Street café, and will settle for the 20-cent bowl of chili instead.
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Chicago homeless man on Thanksgiving, 1952. He can't afford the fancy 75-cent special posted on the window of a West Madison ...
Chicago homeless man on Thanksgiving, 1952. He can't afford the fancy 75-cent special posted on the window of a West Madison Street café, and will settle for the 20-cent bowl of chili instead.
Stock Photo #4048-8779, Eleanor Roosevelt visiting migrant workers in at the FSA Farmersville Camp in California. She praised New Deal campaign efforts to rehabilitate Dust Bowl refugees, but said general conditions described in Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath' weren't exaggerated. April 2, 1940.
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Eleanor Roosevelt visiting migrant workers in at the FSA Farmersville Camp in California. She praised New Deal campaign effor...
Eleanor Roosevelt visiting migrant workers in at the FSA Farmersville Camp in California. She praised New Deal campaign efforts to rehabilitate Dust Bowl refugees, but said general conditions described in Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath' weren't exaggerated. April 2, 1940.
Stock Photo #4048-9632, Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dragon of the State of Virginia, held a mass rally in Arlington, Va. They pledged to keeping Hunger Marchers out of Washington, DC, if they marched by way of Virginia. Dec. 12, 1932.
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Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dr...
Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dragon of the State of Virginia, held a mass rally in Arlington, Va. They pledged to keeping Hunger Marchers out of Washington, DC, if they marched by way of Virginia. Dec. 12, 1932.
Stock Photo #2145-536456, New York Times Depression Era
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New York Times Depression Era
Stock Photo #4048-7319, Two men at the control panel of the Chickamauga Dam are dwarfed by the large scale of the generator hall. 1940.
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Two men at the control panel of the Chickamauga Dam are dwarfed by the large scale of the generator hall. 1940.
Stock Photo #255-16869, People in the street, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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People in the street, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
Stock Photo #255-26521, High angle view of a group of people in a town, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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High angle view of a group of people in a town, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-10382, The bulldozed and smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, DC. July 29, 1932.
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The bulldozed and smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, DC. July 29, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10109, Chicago teachers were lined up for blocks on Washington Street to receive seven months back pay. Payment of $26,000,000 in back salaries was made possible by a Federal loan. Aug 27, 1934.
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Chicago teachers were lined up for blocks on Washington Street to receive seven months back pay. Payment of $26,000,000 in ba...
Chicago teachers were lined up for blocks on Washington Street to receive seven months back pay. Payment of $26,000,000 in back salaries was made possible by a Federal loan. Aug 27, 1934.
Stock Photo #4048-6311, Mexican-American mother and child in California during the Great Depression. June 1935 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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Mexican-American mother and child in California during the Great Depression. June 1935 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
Stock Photo #4048-9983, 700 Hunger Marchers in trucks bound for Washington, D.C. Women marchers see them off with the labor carol, 'Solidarity Forever.' Nov. 30, 1932.
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700 Hunger Marchers in trucks bound for Washington, D.C. Women marchers see them off with the labor carol, 'Solidarity Foreve...
700 Hunger Marchers in trucks bound for Washington, D.C. Women marchers see them off with the labor carol, 'Solidarity Forever.' Nov. 30, 1932.
Stock Photo #1566-458894, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10124, Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. CIO 'sit-down strikers' were beaten by a mob of non-striking workers and local farmers. The farmers were angry about loosing the market for 800,000 gallons of milk each day the strike continued. April 7, 1937.
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Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. CIO 'sit-down strikers' were beaten by a mob of non-striking workers and local ...
Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. CIO 'sit-down strikers' were beaten by a mob of non-striking workers and local farmers. The farmers were angry about loosing the market for 800,000 gallons of milk each day the strike continued. April 7, 1937.
Stock Photo #1443-648, Side profile of five men working in the stock exchange during the Great Depression, New York Stock Exchange, New York City, New York, USA, 1932
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Side profile of five men working in the stock exchange during the Great Depression, New York Stock Exchange, New York City, N...
Side profile of five men working in the stock exchange during the Great Depression, New York Stock Exchange, New York City, New York, USA, 1932
Stock Photo #4048-10264, 10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperialistic War', speakers attacked President Herbert Hoover for his suppression of the Bonus Army in Washington, DC. August 1, 1932.
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10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperi...
10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperialistic War', speakers attacked President Herbert Hoover for his suppression of the Bonus Army in Washington, DC. August 1, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-6831, Striking women employees of Woolworth's demand a 40 hour work week in New York City , 1937.
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Striking women employees of Woolworth's demand a 40 hour work week in New York City , 1937.
Stock Photo #2145-536462, Large group or people standing in line for food, Bread Line, Great Depression, 1929
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Large group or people standing in line for food, Bread Line, Great Depression, 1929
Stock Photo #4290-6211, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of couple during Great Depression, Washington, DC, USA
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of couple during Great Depression, Washington, DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10263, Demonstration of hundreds of unemployed in Kansas City, Missouri. The march was organized by the Kansas City Unemployment Council, a group of leftist workers. Aug. 1, 1932.
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Demonstration of hundreds of unemployed in Kansas City, Missouri. The march was organized by the Kansas City Unemployment Cou...
Demonstration of hundreds of unemployed in Kansas City, Missouri. The march was organized by the Kansas City Unemployment Council, a group of leftist workers. Aug. 1, 1932.
Stock Photo #2145-536457, Headlines of a newspaper, New York Times, Depression Era
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Headlines of a newspaper, New York Times, Depression Era
Stock Photo #4048-6670, Bodies of Depression era Mid-western bandits, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in a Louisiana Morgue. May 1934.
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Bodies of Depression era Mid-western bandits, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in a Louisiana Morgue. May 1934.
Stock Photo #4048-10359, Leaders of the War Veterans Bonus Army. A.F. Taylor (left) is the Commander-in-Chief, and W.C. Cox is his assistant. May 28, 1932.
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Leaders of the War Veterans Bonus Army. A.F. Taylor (left) is the Commander-in-Chief, and W.C. Cox is his assistant. May 28, ...
Leaders of the War Veterans Bonus Army. A.F. Taylor (left) is the Commander-in-Chief, and W.C. Cox is his assistant. May 28, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10241, Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Workers children', 'Tax the Rich for Unemployment Relief'. Dec. 7, 1931.
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Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Worker...
Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Workers children', 'Tax the Rich for Unemployment Relief'. Dec. 7, 1931.
Stock Photo #4048-10061, Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Line up of workers eir paychecks at the newly opened the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroit. This bank was set up to receive emergency funds of $30 million workers while Michigan's 550 regular banks were closed during a statewide 'Bank Holiday' to prevent banks run and bank failures. Feb. 18, 1933.
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Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Line up of workers eir paychecks at the newly opened the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroi...
Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Line up of workers eir paychecks at the newly opened the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroit. This bank was set up to receive emergency funds of $30 million workers while Michigan's 550 regular banks were closed during a statewide 'Bank Holiday' to prevent banks run and bank failures. Feb. 18, 1933.
Stock Photo #1566-870499, Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The job fair attracted hundreds of job seekers to the historic Shepard Hall at City College
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Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The...
Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The job fair attracted hundreds of job seekers to the historic Shepard Hall at City College
Stock Photo #4048-11059, Henry Mercer teaching school. Written on the blackboard is 'Black History. The Depression and the Thirties.' The People's Temple Agricultural Project. Jonestown, Guyana. Nov. 1978.
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Henry Mercer teaching school. Written on the blackboard is 'Black History. The Depression and the Thirties.' The People's Tem...
Henry Mercer teaching school. Written on the blackboard is 'Black History. The Depression and the Thirties.' The People's Temple Agricultural Project. Jonestown, Guyana. Nov. 1978.
Stock Photo #4048-10046, Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. The groups were suspected of murders of alleged communists and socialists. They were known to have murdered a of black laborer Silas Coleman, and a Charles Poole, WPA worker. June 1936.
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Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. ...
Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. The groups were suspected of murders of alleged communists and socialists. They were known to have murdered a of black laborer Silas Coleman, and a Charles Poole, WPA worker. June 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-9678, The Migratory and Itinerant Workers Union, the Hobos of America, held their annual convention in Altoona, Pa. J.E. Holtzinger, of the Altoona Chamber of Commerce, greeting General Coxey(right), as Jeff Davis, Emperor of the Hobos (center), looks on. April 15, 1938.
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The Migratory and Itinerant Workers Union, the Hobos of America, held their annual convention in Altoona, Pa. J.E. Holtzinger...
The Migratory and Itinerant Workers Union, the Hobos of America, held their annual convention in Altoona, Pa. J.E. Holtzinger, of the Altoona Chamber of Commerce, greeting General Coxey(right), as Jeff Davis, Emperor of the Hobos (center), looks on. April 15, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-10059, First Federal Home Owners Loan Corporation office (HOLC) opens. HOLC was a New Deal agency established in 1933 under President Franklin Roosevelt. Its purpose was to refinance home mortgages currently in default to prevent foreclosure. The Detroit branch as the first to open it's doors on July 13, 1933.
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First Federal Home Owners Loan Corporation office (HOLC) opens. HOLC was a New Deal agency established in 1933 under Presiden...
First Federal Home Owners Loan Corporation office (HOLC) opens. HOLC was a New Deal agency established in 1933 under President Franklin Roosevelt. Its purpose was to refinance home mortgages currently in default to prevent foreclosure. The Detroit branch as the first to open it's doors on July 13, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-7563, Striking farmers dump milk cans from a truck they have stopped to prevent delivery to market during the Great Depression. Milk strikes failed because most farmers were owner-operators and would not voluntarily destroy their produce. Ca. 1930-36.
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Striking farmers dump milk cans from a truck they have stopped to prevent delivery to market during the Great Depression. Mil...
Striking farmers dump milk cans from a truck they have stopped to prevent delivery to market during the Great Depression. Milk strikes failed because most farmers were owner-operators and would not voluntarily destroy their produce. Ca. 1930-36.
Stock Photo #4048-7045, Workmen pose for a group portrait on the giant turbine in the powerhouse of the Bonneville Dam. Ca. 1937.
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Workmen pose for a group portrait on the giant turbine in the powerhouse of the Bonneville Dam. Ca. 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-9982, The jobless line up for a nickel. Twice a day, Father Gabriel, of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, hands out nickels to the needy. The 31st Street church has helped the needy since 1920. New York City. Nov. 1930.
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The jobless line up for a nickel. Twice a day, Father Gabriel, of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, hands out nickels to t...
The jobless line up for a nickel. Twice a day, Father Gabriel, of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, hands out nickels to the needy. The 31st Street church has helped the needy since 1920. New York City. Nov. 1930.
Stock Photo #4048-10239, Part of the army of Hunger Marchers walk down Pennsylvania Avenue on Dec. 6, 1931. Police had allowed them the march into the city of Washington, DC.
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Part of the army of Hunger Marchers walk down Pennsylvania Avenue on Dec. 6, 1931. Police had allowed them the march into the...
Part of the army of Hunger Marchers walk down Pennsylvania Avenue on Dec. 6, 1931. Police had allowed them the march into the city of Washington, DC.
Stock Photo #4048-10058, Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Police guard money arriving at the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroit. The Michigan Governor Comstock suspended regular banking for 10 days in Feb. 1933.
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Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Police guard money arriving at the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroit. The Michigan Govern...
Payroll money for Detroit Workers. Police guard money arriving at the Chrysler Emergency Bank in Detroit. The Michigan Governor Comstock suspended regular banking for 10 days in Feb. 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-10340, Los Angeles 'Hooverville'. Shanties at Alameda and 85th street house over 100 men, women and children. The settlement even has a hospital. March 1932.
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Los Angeles 'Hooverville'. Shanties at Alameda and 85th street house over 100 men, women and children. The settlement even ha...
Los Angeles 'Hooverville'. Shanties at Alameda and 85th street house over 100 men, women and children. The settlement even has a hospital. March 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-7049, Buttresses of the Bonneville Dam under construction on the Columbia River. Planned in 1929, no action was taken toward construction until the New Deal, when it was approved and begun in 1934. The dam provided employment during the Great Depression and power for the Pacific Northwest.
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Buttresses of the Bonneville Dam under construction on the Columbia River. Planned in 1929, no action was taken toward constr...
Buttresses of the Bonneville Dam under construction on the Columbia River. Planned in 1929, no action was taken toward construction until the New Deal, when it was approved and begun in 1934. The dam provided employment during the Great Depression and power for the Pacific Northwest.
Stock Photo #1443-645, High angle view of a group of people and land vehicles on a road during the Great Depression, 1929
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High angle view of a group of people and land vehicles on a road during the Great Depression, 1929
Stock Photo #255-15463, Two senior men talking to each other, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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Two senior men talking to each other, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-3851, Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of art work from the 'Index of American Design,' at the Federal Art Gallery, 50 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., showing a weather vane in the shape of a Native American. Silkscreen, Russell W. West, artist 1938
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Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of art work from the 'Index of American Design,' at the Federal Art Gallery, 50 Bea...
Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of art work from the 'Index of American Design,' at the Federal Art Gallery, 50 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., showing a weather vane in the shape of a Native American. Silkscreen, Russell W. West, artist 1938
Stock Photo #4048-10063, Detroit workers line up at the new Chrysler Emergency Bank at tellers window. Mayor Frank Murphy and K.T.Keller, Vice President of the Chrysler Motor Company look on. Feb. 15, 1833.
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Detroit workers line up at the new Chrysler Emergency Bank at tellers window. Mayor Frank Murphy and K.T.Keller, Vice Preside...
Detroit workers line up at the new Chrysler Emergency Bank at tellers window. Mayor Frank Murphy and K.T.Keller, Vice President of the Chrysler Motor Company look on. Feb. 15, 1833.
Stock Photo #4048-10368, Encampment of the Bonus Army Marchers in Washington DC. The Anacostia flats 'Hoovertown' was built from materials scavenged from a nearby rubbish dump. The veterans built sanitation facilities, and held daily parades. All residents were required to register and prove they had been honorably discharged. June 11, 1932.
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Encampment of the Bonus Army Marchers in Washington DC. The Anacostia flats 'Hoovertown' was built from materials scavenged f...
Encampment of the Bonus Army Marchers in Washington DC. The Anacostia flats 'Hoovertown' was built from materials scavenged from a nearby rubbish dump. The veterans built sanitation facilities, and held daily parades. All residents were required to register and prove they had been honorably discharged. June 11, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10365, Bonus Army begins its daily drill. Walter W. Waters, the Commander of the Anacostia Flats encampment, directs military drill and exercise. Note the segregation of the African American from the White soldiers in the formation. July 2, 1932.
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Bonus Army begins its daily drill. Walter W. Waters, the Commander of the Anacostia Flats encampment, directs military drill ...
Bonus Army begins its daily drill. Walter W. Waters, the Commander of the Anacostia Flats encampment, directs military drill and exercise. Note the segregation of the African American from the White soldiers in the formation. July 2, 1932.
Stock Photo #990-3027, Crowd in a street, Wall Street, Stock Market Crash, USA, 1929
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Crowd in a street, Wall Street, Stock Market Crash, USA, 1929
Stock Photo #4048-10370, Bonus Army entrepreneur. African American veteran from Detroit, Charles Wood, opened a store in Bonus City. His funny signs enlivened his tattered salvaged inventory. Fellow veteran Anthony Parmigini bought a pair of shoes. June 16, 1932.
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Bonus Army entrepreneur. African American veteran from Detroit, Charles Wood, opened a store in Bonus City. His funny signs e...
Bonus Army entrepreneur. African American veteran from Detroit, Charles Wood, opened a store in Bonus City. His funny signs enlivened his tattered salvaged inventory. Fellow veteran Anthony Parmigini bought a pair of shoes. June 16, 1932.
Stock Photo #1436R-444568, US postage stamp with face of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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US postage stamp with face of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Stock Photo #4048-10108, 20,000 unemployed demonstrate in Chicago's Grant Park. Protest signs read, 'Fight against foreclosure of small homes,' 'We Demand Cash Relief', and 'Vote Communist Nov. 8.' Oct. 31, 1932.
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20,000 unemployed demonstrate in Chicago's Grant Park. Protest signs read, 'Fight against foreclosure of small homes,' 'We De...
20,000 unemployed demonstrate in Chicago's Grant Park. Protest signs read, 'Fight against foreclosure of small homes,' 'We Demand Cash Relief', and 'Vote Communist Nov. 8.' Oct. 31, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10373, Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress before the Senate voted on the Bonus Bill. July 5, 1932.
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Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress befo...
Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress before the Senate voted on the Bonus Bill. July 5, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-7168, The comfortable living room of the home of a West Virginia coal miner and his wife, features a radio and electric lights, allowing for pleasant evenings in 1938, during the Great Depression.
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The comfortable living room of the home of a West Virginia coal miner and his wife, features a radio and electric lights, all...
The comfortable living room of the home of a West Virginia coal miner and his wife, features a radio and electric lights, allowing for pleasant evenings in 1938, during the Great Depression.
Stock Photo #486-291, Migrant Mother Nipomo California USA 1936 Photographed by Dorothea Lange
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Migrant Mother Nipomo California USA 1936 Photographed by Dorothea Lange
Stock Photo #990-6903, USA, two men standing between train carriages
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USA, two men standing between train carriages
Stock Photo #1566-870500, Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The job fair attracted hundreds of job seekers to the historic Shepard Hall at City College
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Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The...
Job seekers attend a job fair at the City University of New York in Harlem sponsored by US Representative Charles Rangel. The job fair attracted hundreds of job seekers to the historic Shepard Hall at City College
Stock Photo #4048-6883, Bonus Marcher's encampment along Pennsylvania Avenue, of a World War I veteran, his wife and seven children. July 1932.
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Bonus Marcher's encampment along Pennsylvania Avenue, of a World War I veteran, his wife and seven children. July 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10062, Crowds in the lobby of new bank in Detroit. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by capital subscribed by General Motors Corp and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. It replaced Michigan's two largest banks after the 1933 Bank Holiday. March 34, 1933.
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Crowds in the lobby of new bank in Detroit. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by capital subscribed by General Moto...
Crowds in the lobby of new bank in Detroit. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by capital subscribed by General Motors Corp and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. It replaced Michigan's two largest banks after the 1933 Bank Holiday. March 34, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-7614, World War I veterans boarding a bus taking them from New York City's Battery to Fort Slocum, about 40 miles away for dollar-a-day jobs at government's reforestation camp. Photo taken in 1933, one of the worst years of the Great Depression, when many former businessmen worked in their suits because they could not afford work clothes.
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World War I veterans boarding a bus taking them from New York City's Battery to Fort Slocum, about 40 miles away for dollar-a...
World War I veterans boarding a bus taking them from New York City's Battery to Fort Slocum, about 40 miles away for dollar-a-day jobs at government's reforestation camp. Photo taken in 1933, one of the worst years of the Great Depression, when many former businessmen worked in their suits because they could not afford work clothes.
Stock Photo #4048-10126, Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Mob of non-striking workers and local farmers allowing some of the 600 striking workers leave the factory peacefully with their arms raised. More belligerent strikers were ejected by the mob, with 25 injured, some of which were hospitalized. April 7, 1937.
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Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Mob of non-striking workers and local farmers allowing some of the 600 striking...
Strike against the Hershey Chocolate Company. Mob of non-striking workers and local farmers allowing some of the 600 striking workers leave the factory peacefully with their arms raised. More belligerent strikers were ejected by the mob, with 25 injured, some of which were hospitalized. April 7, 1937.
Stock Photo #990-1220, Family of nine from Fort Smith, Arkansas, trying to repair their car on road between Phoenix and Yuma, Arizona, USA May 1937 Photographed by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration
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Family of nine from Fort Smith, Arkansas, trying to repair their car on road between Phoenix and Yuma, Arizona, USA May 1937 ...
Family of nine from Fort Smith, Arkansas, trying to repair their car on road between Phoenix and Yuma, Arizona, USA May 1937 Photographed by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration
Stock Photo #1035-12371, Nipomo, California: 1936. Florence Thompson, age 32, nursing one of her children at a peapickers camp.
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Nipomo, California: 1936. Florence Thompson, age 32, nursing one of her children at a peapickers camp.
Stock Photo #990-3458, USA, Oklahoma, Migrant Child, June 1939
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USA, Oklahoma, Migrant Child, June 1939
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 #4048-3847, Poster for WPA exhibition of 'Index of American Design' at the Chicago Historical Society. Erel Osborn, artist. Silkscreen, 1941
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Poster for WPA exhibition of 'Index of American Design' at the Chicago Historical Society. Erel Osborn, artist. Silkscreen, 1...
Poster for WPA exhibition of 'Index of American Design' at the Chicago Historical Society. Erel Osborn, artist. Silkscreen, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-9076, President Hoover speaks at the White House conference for assistance to the unemployed. National Citizens Committee of the Welfare and Relief Mobilization, was private organization. On platform behind the Hoover were the President of AT&T, Mrs. Hoover, Sec. of Commerce, and the Red Cross Head, Sept, 15, 1932.
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President Hoover speaks at the White House conference for assistance to the unemployed. National Citizens Committee of the We...
President Hoover speaks at the White House conference for assistance to the unemployed. National Citizens Committee of the Welfare and Relief Mobilization, was private organization. On platform behind the Hoover were the President of AT&T, Mrs. Hoover, Sec. of Commerce, and the Red Cross Head, Sept, 15, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10374, Walter W. Waters, speaks to Bonus Army. On July 16, 1932, Veterans continued to protest the adjournment of Congress. Other vets attempted to break through police lines to protest inside.
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Walter W. Waters, speaks to Bonus Army. On July 16, 1932, Veterans continued to protest the adjournment of Congress. Other ve...
Walter W. Waters, speaks to Bonus Army. On July 16, 1932, Veterans continued to protest the adjournment of Congress. Other vets attempted to break through police lines to protest inside.
Stock Photo #4048-7673, Labor union members protesting Prohibition in Newark New Jersey carrying signs reading 'We want beer.' October 1931.
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Labor union members protesting Prohibition in Newark New Jersey carrying signs reading 'We want beer.' October 1931.
Stock Photo #4048-10380, Smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, D.C. July 29, 1932.
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Smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, D.C. July 29, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10064, Crowds in the lobby of a Detroit Bank. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by Capital Subscribed by General Motors Corp and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. It replaced Michigan's two largest banks after the 1933 Bank Holiday. March 4, 1933.
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Crowds in the lobby of a Detroit Bank. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by Capital Subscribed by General Motors Co...
Crowds in the lobby of a Detroit Bank. New National Bank opened in Detroit, formed by Capital Subscribed by General Motors Corp and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. It replaced Michigan's two largest banks after the 1933 Bank Holiday. March 4, 1933.
Stock Photo #255-20747, Facade of a shack, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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Facade of a shack, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-10362, Bonus Marchers at their Anacostia Flats encampment. Congressman Wright Patman of Texas, champion of the Bonus Vets and author of the Bonus Bill that passed in the House, speaks to the Bonus Marchers on June 16, 1932.
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Bonus Marchers at their Anacostia Flats encampment. Congressman Wright Patman of Texas, champion of the Bonus Vets and author...
Bonus Marchers at their Anacostia Flats encampment. Congressman Wright Patman of Texas, champion of the Bonus Vets and author of the Bonus Bill that passed in the House, speaks to the Bonus Marchers on June 16, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-1403, Great Depression, Rally to demand WPA Funds in Philadelphia (Rayburn Plaza), July 1938
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Great Depression, Rally to demand WPA Funds in Philadelphia (Rayburn Plaza), July 1938
Stock Photo #4048-10367, St. Louis Bonus Veterans encampment in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. One ingenuous shelter is thatched with hay and has a swanky tent entrance. Aug. 3, 1932.
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St. Louis Bonus Veterans encampment in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. One ingenuous shelter is thatched with hay and has a swanky t...
St. Louis Bonus Veterans encampment in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. One ingenuous shelter is thatched with hay and has a swanky tent entrance. Aug. 3, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10377, Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress before the Senate voted on the Bonus Bill. July 5, 1932.
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Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress befo...
Bonus Army protesting on the steps of the Senate Wing of the Capitol. 10,000 marched against the adjournment of Congress before the Senate voted on the Bonus Bill. July 5, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-9984, Hunger Marchers breakfast just outside Washington, D.C. On December 4, 1932, the marchers were met by 1,200 policemen armed with sawed-off shotguns and submachine guns to prevent them from entering the Capital. On Dec. 6, 1932 they were allowed to march to the Capitol.
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Hunger Marchers breakfast just outside Washington, D.C. On December 4, 1932, the marchers were met by 1,200 policemen armed w...
Hunger Marchers breakfast just outside Washington, D.C. On December 4, 1932, the marchers were met by 1,200 policemen armed with sawed-off shotguns and submachine guns to prevent them from entering the Capital. On Dec. 6, 1932 they were allowed to march to the Capitol.
Stock Photo #3810-536466, Migrant Mother Nipomo California USA 1936 Photographed by Dorothea Lange
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Stock Photo #4048-10240, 1400 Hunger Marchers arrive in Washington, DC. Their placards read, 'We American Workers Refuse to Starve', and 'Not a Cent for War. All Funds to the Unemployed'. Dec. 6, 1931.
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1400 Hunger Marchers arrive in Washington, DC. Their placards read, 'We American Workers Refuse to Starve', and 'Not a Cent f...
1400 Hunger Marchers arrive in Washington, DC. Their placards read, 'We American Workers Refuse to Starve', and 'Not a Cent for War. All Funds to the Unemployed'. Dec. 6, 1931.
Stock Photo #4048-10364, 200 Quit the Bonus Army. The Federal Government offered loans to Veterans for transportation home and food on the way. Men applied for their loans at the sign reading, 'Apply Here for B.E.F. (Bonus Expeditionary Force) Railroad Tickets. Veterans Administration.' July 9, 1932.
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200 Quit the Bonus Army. The Federal Government offered loans to Veterans for transportation home and food on the way. Men ap...
200 Quit the Bonus Army. The Federal Government offered loans to Veterans for transportation home and food on the way. Men applied for their loans at the sign reading, 'Apply Here for B.E.F. (Bonus Expeditionary Force) Railroad Tickets. Veterans Administration.' July 9, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-9980, Chicago banker, Robert Bain arraigned on bank fraud charges growing out of the June 1931 failure of his bank and the loss of $13 million in depositors assets. With his sons John and Robert and son-in-law Merle Fisher, he purchased real estate with a loan from the bank, and then sold it back to the bank at inflated prices. Feb. 24, 1932.
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Chicago banker, Robert Bain arraigned on bank fraud charges growing out of the June 1931 failure of his bank and the loss of ...
Chicago banker, Robert Bain arraigned on bank fraud charges growing out of the June 1931 failure of his bank and the loss of $13 million in depositors assets. With his sons John and Robert and son-in-law Merle Fisher, he purchased real estate with a loan from the bank, and then sold it back to the bank at inflated prices. Feb. 24, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10023, Breadline for the needy in New York City. Representative Peter Sirovich (left) and Father William Normen distribute loaves of bread at St. Peter's Mission. Ca. Oct. 28, 1930.
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Breadline for the needy in New York City. Representative Peter Sirovich (left) and Father William Normen distribute loaves of...
Breadline for the needy in New York City. Representative Peter Sirovich (left) and Father William Normen distribute loaves of bread at St. Peter's Mission. Ca. Oct. 28, 1930.
Stock Photo #990-2392, Three homeless men playing cards during Great Depression, USA
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Three homeless men playing cards during Great Depression, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10381, Bonus Army Veterans battle with Washington DC police. Police were ordered to evict the men but required help from the Army to complete the operation. July 28, 1932.
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Bonus Army Veterans battle with Washington DC police. Police were ordered to evict the men but required help from the Army to...
Bonus Army Veterans battle with Washington DC police. Police were ordered to evict the men but required help from the Army to complete the operation. July 28, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10238, 10,000 unemployed Hunger Marchers to the jammed the streets near the Capitol on Jan. 7, 1932. This first mass Hunger March was initially organized by the Communist Part of American, but the participants came from across the political spectrum.
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10,000 unemployed Hunger Marchers to the jammed the streets near the Capitol on Jan. 7, 1932. This first mass Hunger March wa...
10,000 unemployed Hunger Marchers to the jammed the streets near the Capitol on Jan. 7, 1932. This first mass Hunger March was initially organized by the Communist Part of American, but the participants came from across the political spectrum.
Stock Photo #4048-10378, Bonus Army Veterans from Chattanooga, parade past White House in a truck. May 18, 1932.
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Bonus Army Veterans from Chattanooga, parade past White House in a truck. May 18, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10379, Gas Masked cavalry on Pennsylvania Avenue reinforce Washington DC police. Bonus Army veterans resisted police evictions from their shanty town on Anacostia Flats. The troops would use tear gas against the veterans in their camp. July 28, 1932.
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Gas Masked cavalry on Pennsylvania Avenue reinforce Washington DC police. Bonus Army veterans resisted police evictions from ...
Gas Masked cavalry on Pennsylvania Avenue reinforce Washington DC police. Bonus Army veterans resisted police evictions from their shanty town on Anacostia Flats. The troops would use tear gas against the veterans in their camp. July 28, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10360, Wounded and decorated Veterans at Bonus Army Convention. They are among 1,200 from the Bonus Camp at Ft. Hunt, Virginia attending the Convention in Washington, D.C. May 16, 1933.
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Wounded and decorated Veterans at Bonus Army Convention. They are among 1,200 from the Bonus Camp at Ft. Hunt, Virginia atten...
Wounded and decorated Veterans at Bonus Army Convention. They are among 1,200 from the Bonus Camp at Ft. Hunt, Virginia attending the Convention in Washington, D.C. May 16, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-3848, Defense! Long Island women: Home defense day. Poster announcing activities related to home defense held at Adelphi College, Garden City, New York, showing figure of Liberty standing before American flag. Silkscreen, 1941
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Defense! Long Island women: Home defense day. Poster announcing activities related to home defense held at Adelphi College, G...
Defense! Long Island women: Home defense day. Poster announcing activities related to home defense held at Adelphi College, Garden City, New York, showing figure of Liberty standing before American flag. Silkscreen, 1941
Stock Photo #4048-3850, Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of drawings from the Index of American Design, showing a weather vane in the shape of a Native American. Silkscreen, 1938
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Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of drawings from the Index of American Design, showing a weather vane in the shape ...
Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of drawings from the Index of American Design, showing a weather vane in the shape of a Native American. Silkscreen, 1938
Stock Photo #4048-9596, Wall Street on March 10, 1933 during the New Deal 'Bank Holiday'. Usually crowded, the streets are relatively empty, following the closing of banks and the stock brokerage houses. Trinity Church is in the background.
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Wall Street on March 10, 1933 during the New Deal 'Bank Holiday'. Usually crowded, the streets are relatively empty, followin...
Wall Street on March 10, 1933 during the New Deal 'Bank Holiday'. Usually crowded, the streets are relatively empty, following the closing of banks and the stock brokerage houses. Trinity Church is in the background.
Stock Photo #4048-10024, Breadline for the needy, probably in New York City. A Priest hands out coins. Ca. Nov 4, 1930.
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Breadline for the needy, probably in New York City. A Priest hands out coins. Ca. Nov 4, 1930.
Stock Photo #4048-10060, Detroit businessmen seeking cash to carry on business at the Post Office during the bank holiday. Michigan Governor William Comstock declared a bank moratorium to preserve the assets of small depositors of one large bank. Five hundred and forty banks were affected by the order. Feb. 15, 1933
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Detroit businessmen seeking cash to carry on business at the Post Office during the bank holiday. Michigan Governor William C...
Detroit businessmen seeking cash to carry on business at the Post Office during the bank holiday. Michigan Governor William Comstock declared a bank moratorium to preserve the assets of small depositors of one large bank. Five hundred and forty banks were affected by the order. Feb. 15, 1933
Stock Photo #1443-646, High angle view of a group of people on a road during Great Depression, 1929
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High angle view of a group of people on a road during Great Depression, 1929
Stock Photo #4048-6717, FBI agents honed their gun skills by target practice from speeding cars in order to keep up with the motorized Depression ear bandits infesting the Mid-West. Ca. 1935.
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FBI agents honed their gun skills by target practice from speeding cars in order to keep up with the motorized Depression ear...
FBI agents honed their gun skills by target practice from speeding cars in order to keep up with the motorized Depression ear bandits infesting the Mid-West. Ca. 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-9562, Breadline in Los Angeles serving soup and bread. The Spanish Colonial church, Neustra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles, feeds 700 unemployed on the patio of the old church. August 1931.
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Breadline in Los Angeles serving soup and bread. The Spanish Colonial church, Neustra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles, feeds 7...
Breadline in Los Angeles serving soup and bread. The Spanish Colonial church, Neustra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles, feeds 700 unemployed on the patio of the old church. August 1931.
Stock Photo #990-33425, WPA Worker and Wife Webber Falls Oklahoma USA June 1939 Photographed by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration
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WPA Worker and Wife Webber Falls Oklahoma USA June 1939 Photographed by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration
Stock Photo #4048-10952, Willa Cather when she began her last novel, SAPPHIRA AND THE SLAVE GIRL. During the Great Depression, her work was seen as dated and from another era by many critics. Photo by Ensminger, ca. 1937.
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Willa Cather when she began her last novel, SAPPHIRA AND THE SLAVE GIRL. During the Great Depression, her work was seen as da...
Willa Cather when she began her last novel, SAPPHIRA AND THE SLAVE GIRL. During the Great Depression, her work was seen as dated and from another era by many critics. Photo by Ensminger, ca. 1937.
Stock Photo #1035-11885, Oakland, California: c. 1935. Children at the Prescott School get a morning inspection as part of the Emergency Education Program under the Public Works Adminstration. The PWA was headed by Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, under the Roosevelt administration.
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Oakland, California: c. 1935. Children at the Prescott School get a morning inspection as part of the Emergency Education Pro...
Oakland, California: c. 1935. Children at the Prescott School get a morning inspection as part of the Emergency Education Program under the Public Works Adminstration. The PWA was headed by Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, under the Roosevelt administration.
Stock Photo #1566-932969, New York Stock Exchange Building. Broad Street at Wall Street. Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, New York, New York. USA
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New York Stock Exchange Building. Broad Street at Wall Street. Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, New York, New York. US...
New York Stock Exchange Building. Broad Street at Wall Street. Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, New York, New York. USA
Stock Photo #4286-39842, The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
Stock Photo #255-41675, High angle view of a group of people standing on a street, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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Stock Photo #1323-917B, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10376, Bonus Army parade in Washington DC. Members of 'The Rank and File Group' march on July 15, 1932.
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Bonus Army parade in Washington DC. Members of 'The Rank and File Group' march on July 15, 1932.
Stock Photo #4286-39841, The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
Stock Photo #1323-876, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10375, Bonus Army protest at the Library of Congress. Members of 'The Rank and File Group', a left wing group display a many clear signs and banners. July 15, 1932.
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Bonus Army protest at the Library of Congress. Members of 'The Rank and File Group', a left wing group display a many clear s...
Bonus Army protest at the Library of Congress. Members of 'The Rank and File Group', a left wing group display a many clear signs and banners. July 15, 1932.
Stock Photo #4290-6214, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-7022, Washington D.C. Police arrest a man carrying child as others look on during a Depression era protest of unemployed. 1933.
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Washington D.C. Police arrest a man carrying child as others look on during a Depression era protest of unemployed. 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-6832, Textile workers displaying picket signs pinned on their backs during Labor Day demonstration in Gastonia, N.C. 1934.
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Textile workers displaying picket signs pinned on their backs during Labor Day demonstration in Gastonia, N.C. 1934.
Stock Photo #4048-10363, New York Bonus Marchers leave for to Washington. June 4, 1932.
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New York Bonus Marchers leave for to Washington. June 4, 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 #4290-6213, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Washington, DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10369, Bonus Army. An aerial view of Bonus City, at Fort Hunt, Virginia. When the Bonus Army returned for a second attempt to get their early bonuses, the government erected 846 tents to house them and provided food. May 11, 1933.
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Bonus Army. An aerial view of Bonus City, at Fort Hunt, Virginia. When the Bonus Army returned for a second attempt to get th...
Bonus Army. An aerial view of Bonus City, at Fort Hunt, Virginia. When the Bonus Army returned for a second attempt to get their early bonuses, the government erected 846 tents to house them and provided food. May 11, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-7611, Factory windows bricked up for conversion to a warehouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the Great Depression. 1939.
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Factory windows bricked up for conversion to a warehouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the Great Depression. 1939.
Stock Photo #4286-59018, Old farmhouse from the 1930 era.
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Old farmhouse from the 1930 era.
Stock Photo #4048-8736, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt visits a Camp Tera for unemployed women near Bear Mountain, NY. The camp, inspired by the CCC camps for men, provided recreation and vocational training. June 18, 1933.
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First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt visits a Camp Tera for unemployed women near Bear Mountain, NY. The camp, inspired by the CCC ca...
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt visits a Camp Tera for unemployed women near Bear Mountain, NY. The camp, inspired by the CCC camps for men, provided recreation and vocational training. June 18, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-9599, Crowds outside the NYSE during the Crash of 1929.
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Crowds outside the NYSE during the Crash of 1929.
Stock Photo #255-20292, Group of people on a street, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
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Group of people on a street, Great Depression, USA, 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-10361, Harold Hickerson demands Bonus payment. Speaker of the House John Nance Garner, listens as Bonus Vets Spokesman read a petition demanding early bonus payment. Feb. 14, 1932.
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Harold Hickerson demands Bonus payment. Speaker of the House John Nance Garner, listens as Bonus Vets Spokesman read a petiti...
Harold Hickerson demands Bonus payment. Speaker of the House John Nance Garner, listens as Bonus Vets Spokesman read a petition demanding early bonus payment. Feb. 14, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10366, Bonus Veterans poor living conditions. Two men from Detroit sleep in their primitive beds in the Anacostia Flats encampment. An auto convertible top serves as a roof and the men sleep on straw. June 20, 1932.
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Bonus Veterans poor living conditions. Two men from Detroit sleep in their primitive beds in the Anacostia Flats encampment. ...
Bonus Veterans poor living conditions. Two men from Detroit sleep in their primitive beds in the Anacostia Flats encampment. An auto convertible top serves as a roof and the men sleep on straw. June 20, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-8718, President Hoover speaks at the White House conference for assistance to the unemployed. National Citizens Committee of the Welfare and Relief Mobilization, was private organization. On platform behind the Hoover were the President of AT&T, Mrs. Hoover, Sec. of Commerce, and the Red Cross Head, Sept, 15, 1932.
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President Hoover speaks at the White House conference for assistance to the unemployed. National Citizens Committee of the Welfare and Relief Mobilization, was private organization. On platform behind the Hoover were the President of AT&T, Mrs. Hoover, Sec. of Commerce, and the Red Cross Head, Sept, 15, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-10106, Five thousand school teachers demonstrate in downtown Chicago. In the Great Depression, they worked for months without pay, and protested delays in the State Legislature to relieve their plight. April 21, 1934.
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Five thousand school teachers demonstrate in downtown Chicago. In the Great Depression, they worked for months without pay, a...
Five thousand school teachers demonstrate in downtown Chicago. In the Great Depression, they worked for months without pay, and protested delays in the State Legislature to relieve their plight. April 21, 1934.
Stock Photo #4048-7512, Capital and Labor leaders leaving the White House after a conference with President Roosevelt From left to right:; A.A. Berle, former Brain Truster of the New Deal, Philip Murray, C.I.O. leader, John L. Lewis, C.I.O. chief, Owen D. Young, head of the General Electric Co. and Thomas W. Lamont, partner of J.P. Morgan. January 14, 1938.
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Capital and Labor leaders leaving the White House after a conference with President Roosevelt From left to right:; A.A. Berle...
Capital and Labor leaders leaving the White House after a conference with President Roosevelt From left to right:; A.A. Berle, former Brain Truster of the New Deal, Philip Murray, C.I.O. leader, John L. Lewis, C.I.O. chief, Owen D. Young, head of the General Electric Co. and Thomas W. Lamont, partner of J.P. Morgan. January 14, 1938.
Stock Photo #1323-917A, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10372, Bonus Army protests at the Capitol. 'Demand Congress Enact Relief Before Adjournment' reads one sign of Bonus Army Veterans. July 2, 1932.
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Bonus Army protests at the Capitol. 'Demand Congress Enact Relief Before Adjournment' reads one sign of Bonus Army Veterans. ...
Bonus Army protests at the Capitol. 'Demand Congress Enact Relief Before Adjournment' reads one sign of Bonus Army Veterans. July 2, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-6951, Hobo, Lou Ambers, cooking over a campfire with a tin can on a stick, during the Great Depression. 1935.
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Hobo, Lou Ambers, cooking over a campfire with a tin can on a stick, during the Great Depression. 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-9451, President Lyndon Johnson in conversation the Tom Fletcher family of Inez, Kentucky. The Fletcher family of 8 children earned only $400 last year. Fletcher is an unemployed saw mill worker. April 24, 1964.
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President Lyndon Johnson in conversation the Tom Fletcher family of Inez, Kentucky. The Fletcher family of 8 children earned ...
President Lyndon Johnson in conversation the Tom Fletcher family of Inez, Kentucky. The Fletcher family of 8 children earned only $400 last year. Fletcher is an unemployed saw mill worker. April 24, 1964.
Stock Photo #1443-644, Rear view of shareholders in a stock exchange looking at a stock market data, 1929
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Rear view of shareholders in a stock exchange looking at a stock market data, 1929
Stock Photo #1035-12322, Chicago, Illinois: September 17, 1930 What appeared to be a race riot on the South Side of Chicago turned out to be crowd of unemployed Negroes who took the tools away from the Mexicans working on the street car tracks so that they might have the work.
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Chicago, Illinois: September 17, 1930 What appeared to be a race riot on the South Side of Chicago turned out to be crowd of ...
Chicago, Illinois: September 17, 1930 What appeared to be a race riot on the South Side of Chicago turned out to be crowd of unemployed Negroes who took the tools away from the Mexicans working on the street car tracks so that they might have the work.
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.
Stock Photo #1323-877, Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Statue of Great Depression bread line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-6885, Unemployed New Yorkers demonstrate with signs in front of Emergency Relief Building in 1935. Signs demand clothing, pay at union wages, and jobs for youths.
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Unemployed New Yorkers demonstrate with signs in front of Emergency Relief Building in 1935. Signs demand clothing, pay at un...
Unemployed New Yorkers demonstrate with signs in front of Emergency Relief Building in 1935. Signs demand clothing, pay at union wages, and jobs for youths.
Stock Photo #4048-6830, Pipeline of California's All-American Canal carries water to the Imperial Valley from the Colorado River fed reservoir behind the Imperial Dam. The irrigation system was a Public Works Projects of the 1930's New Deal.
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Pipeline of California's All-American Canal carries water to the Imperial Valley from the Colorado River fed reservoir behind...
Pipeline of California's All-American Canal carries water to the Imperial Valley from the Colorado River fed reservoir behind the Imperial Dam. The irrigation system was a Public Works Projects of the 1930's New Deal.

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