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Mrs. Myrtle Higgins of Leraysville, New York, with some of the belongings she has packed preparing to move out of the area being taken over by the Army. Mrs. Higgins has been selling eggs and berries in the town and her son added to her two dollar a week income by working in a junk yard in Watertown, New York. She is moving to a farm near Mexico, New York

Mrs. Myrtle Higgins of Leraysville, New York, with some of the belongings she has packed preparing to move out of the area being taken over by the Army. Mrs. Higgins has been selling eggs and berries in the town and her son added to her two dollar a week income by working in a junk yard in Watertown, New York. She is moving to a farm near Mexico, New York

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Date

01/01/1941
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Contributors

Delano, Jack, photographer
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Location

jefferson county
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No known restrictions. For information, see U.S. Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black & White Photographs http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/071_fsab.html

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