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Topic: great depression photographs

1899
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Squatter camp facilities

Squatter camp facilities

Shelter with trash strewn around, Indio, Imperial Valley, California.

Over this bridge drought refugees are crossing the Colorado River into California. U.S. 80 / Dorothea Lange, 1935.

Over this bridge drought refugees are crossing the Colorado River into...

Photograph shows cars crossing a bridge with a sign with the word "Yuma" on the top.

[Establishment of rural rehabilitation camps for migrants in Calif.]

[Establishment of rural rehabilitation camps for migrants in Calif.]

1. Labor camp privy, Coachella Valley; 2. Filipino bathing house near Indio [tub in corner].

Corn belt refugee, Merced Co.

Corn belt refugee, Merced Co.

Photograph shows a man, three-quarter length portrait, standing next to tent dwelling with chimney, possibly attached to motor vehicle.

Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War In...

This image is one of the images made by photographers working in Stryker's unit as it existed in a succession of government agencies: the Resettlement Administration (1935-1937). The photographs of the Farm Se... more

Pea pickers from Vermont - 6 weeks earnings $7.00 - at squatter's camp, Nipomo

Pea pickers from Vermont - 6 weeks earnings $7.00 - at squatter's camp...

Photograph shows men working on an automobile parked in front of a tent in a grove of eucalyptus trees.

Calipatria, Imperial Valley

Calipatria, Imperial Valley

Migrant woman standing in doorway of shack.

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