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"Fred Harris sod house, Ansley, 1903."

Miller house, Columbus, Indiana, 1953-57. Exterior detail

Miller house, Ontario, Canada, 1950-52. Exterior

Annapolis, Maryland. Brick house with arched entrance

Miscellaneous houses. Shed or garage accompanying two-story house with white siding

Miscellaneous houses. Single-story house with dark shingles

Houses, House & Garden. White house with extension and chimney on left II

Home of tenant farmer who has not yet been moved into a new house. Irwinville Farms, Georgia

Home of a mountain family who will be resettled on new land. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Home of Mrs. Dodson on road to Old Rag. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Number 1 home, Decatur Homesteads. Decatur, Indiana

El Monte Federal subsistence homesteads. One hundred homes, each with three quarters of an acre land, all occupied. Average family income, eight hundred dollars per annum

Manager's home at Sunflower plantation now under option by Resettlement Administration. Near Sunflower, Mississippi. This is one of the largest plantations in the region

San Fernando federal subsistence homesteads. Forty occupied homes, each with nearly an acre. Average yearly income eight hundred dollars

San Fernando federal subsistence homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied, each with nearly an acre of ground. Average income eight hundred dollars yearly. California

El Monte Federal subsistence homesteads. One hundred homes, all occupied, each with nearly an acre of land. Average family income eight hundred dollars per annum

Home and family of a Utah coal miner. Consumers, near Price, Utah

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. One hundred homes, all occupied, each with three quarters of an acre land. Average family income, eight hundred dollars per annum

San Fernando federal subsistence homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied, each with nearly an acre of ground. Average income eight hundred dollars yearly. California

The Clouse family who have been resettled in a new home of Bankhead Farms, Alabama

One of the Bodray children in front of the family home near Tipler, Wisconsin

Andy Smith's home at Greenwood Homesteads, Alabama

Home of C.L. Eargle. Fairfield, Alabama. This house is being vacated. The family is moving to Gardendale, Alabama

Moving the Dougherty's furniture into their new home at Gardendale, Alabama

Home of Lorenzo Clapper. Member of the Otsego Forest Products Coop. New York

Farm worker's home. Mineral King Ranch, California

Daniel Sampson's home. Jefferson County, New York

Home of C.L. Eargle. Fairfield, Alabama. The Eargle family will move to Gardendale, Alabama

Home of turpentine worker near Godwinsville, Georgia

Home of Texas sharecropper. He has ten children

Home of Negro family. Birmingham, Alabama

The Kelley family's furniture being moved into a new home at Bankhead Farms, Alabama

Coal miner's home, Bertha Hill, West Virginia

Home of day laborer near New Iberia, Louisiana

The home of James A. MacDuffey. Irwinville Farms, Georgia

Fisherman's home along the Bayou, Akers, Louisiana

Family of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client farmer sharecropper on porch of old home, Southeast Missouri Farms

Boarded-up homes in abandoned mining town. Twin Branch, West Virginia. Once very nice, owned by Ford. About four years ago when an attempt to organize it was made, Ford closed it down completely rather than have it unionized. Around 1000 men used to work there. They won't sell it, rent or let "squatters" live in the deserted homes that are rotting away. Twin Branch, West Virginia. See 30098-M1, 30084-M1

Coal miner's home, company house, the "Patch," Cassville, West Virginia

Home of one of the cooperative members. Wabash Farms, Indiana

Shellpile, New Jersey. Homes of oyster packinghouse workers

Type of house in Shafter camp for migratory workers, California. These homes represent a first step in stabilization of this group. This is the first family to be selected by Farm Security Administration for housing

Southeast Missouri Farms. FSA (Farm Security Administration) clients on front porch of new home

Deserted homes, mining town, Twin Branch, West Virginia

Home of rehabilitation client. Beaufort County, North Carolina

White family's home near Summerville, South Carolina

Tobacco sharecropper's home near Douglas, Georgia

Farm home built under tenant purchase program. Hidalgo County, Texas

Home and yard of Mexican day laborer who works in vegetable fields near Santa Maria, Texas

Washington. Cowlitz County. Longview home on Longview homestead project (Farm Security Administration)

Washington, Cowlitz County, Longview. Home on Longview homestead project

Home of W. Carrick Snodgrass before tenant purchase loan. Floyd County, Texas

Home of small truck farmer, Tom Green County, near San Angelo, Texas

Four-room labor home. Visalia migratory labor camp. California

Partially completed homes for agricultural workers to enable them to settle permanently. These houses rent for eight dollars and twenty cents per month which includes water and electricity. This tract adjoins the migratory labor camp. Farmersville, California. Compare 19550 and 19546

Home of W. Carrick Snodgrass after tenant purchase loan. Floyd County, Texas

Home of family living in Sumac Park, shacktown community outside of Yakima, Washington. Father is ill and unable to work. They are paying for land (three hundred and fifty dollars) at rate of seven dollars a month

Children of the Scarbroughs in front of farm home. Laurel, Mississippi

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Home of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client. Hidalgo County, Texas

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Old home with mud walls built by mulattoes, now a part of the John Henry cotton plantation. It was the original house built on the "Yucca Plantation" by Augustin Metoyier in 1824, and later, after big house was built, it was used as a slave hospital. It was sold to J.H. Henry in 1833

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Old home with mud walls built by mulattoes, now a part of the John Henry cotton plantation. It was built in 1824 by Augustin Metoyier and sold to J.H. Henry in 1833. Originally it was the Yucca Plantation and later, after big house was built, it was used as a slave hospital

County supervisor on porch of Farm Security Administration borrower's home talking to group of local businessmen on a "Know your farmer" tour. Neshoba County, Mississippi

Homes in old mining town. Leadville, Colorado

Homes in old mining town. Leadville, Colorado

Front porch of Clark home built by FSA (Farm Security Administration). Coffee County, Alabama

Home of a Negro farm family near Greensboro, Alabama

Homes in old mining town. Leadville, Colorado

Fred B. Williams from Savannah, Georgia, a safety engineer at the powder plant, leaving his home at 803 9th Street. Sunset Village, Radford, Virginia. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project for defense workers

Leadville, Colorado. Homes in an old mining town

Detroit, Michigan. Negro mother and children at Sojourner Truth homes

Schreier & Patterson, architects. R.C. Jones house exterior

O'Neal House

O'Neal House

House, Winnemucca, Nev.

House, Winnemucca, Nev.

Original Ranch House, 7HL Ranch

Original Ranch House, 7HL Ranch

House, Winnemucca, Nev.

Ranch House with Smokehouse

Wooden house (late 19th century), Kiakhta, Russia

Ovsiankin house (late 19th century), Ulan-Ude, Russia

Molchanov house, (around 1870)

Old house, rural Montana

Stairway and man made waterfall at the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

Bridge above the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

A barge loaded with tourists at the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

A barge loaded with tourists at the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

Stairway and man made waterfall at the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

Restaurant sign above the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

Restaurant outdoor seating umbrellas and a passing tourist barge at the River Walk, also known as the Passeo del Rio, a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas

Colonel Powers House, Amite Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Frame House, Lexington, Lafayette County, MO

Steven Bishop House (son), Chimacum, Jefferson County, WA

Morris House, 220 East Morris Street at South Manning Street, Anderson, Anderson County, SC

800 Elm Street (House), 800 Elm Street, La Grange, Troup County, GA

904 East Depot Street (House), 904 East Depot Street, La Grange, Troup County, GA

Hayes House, Boonville, Cooper County, MO

1312 Washington Street (House), 1312 Washington Street, La Grange, Troup County, GA

Hudson Summer House, County Road 37, Summerfield, Dallas County, AL