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Mountaineers and farmers trading mules and horses on "Jockey St.," near the Court House, Campton, Wolfe County, Ky.

Mountaineers and farmers trading mules and horses on "Jockey St.," nea...

Photograph shows Sign on building: Wolfe County Office WPA Project Superintendent; sign on car: Jesus saves.

Houses which have been condemned by the Board of Health, but are still occupied by Negro Migratory workers, Belle Glade, Fla.

Houses which have been condemned by the Board of Health, but are still...

Photograph shows sign advertising 666 Colds Fevers and Sweet Scotch Snuff.

Men and a woman reading headlines posted in street-corner window of Brockton Enterprise newspaper office on Christmas Eve, Brockton, Mass.

Men and a woman reading headlines posted in street-corner window of Br...

Photo shows headlines that place the day at December 24th, Christmas Eve, when songwriter Billy Hill died and an earthquake struck in New England.

Natchez, Miss.

Natchez, Miss.

Photograph shows store or cafe with soft drink signs: Coca-Cola, Orange-Crush, Royal Crown, Double Cola, and Dr. Pepper.

Belt Railway, looking toward the west yard of clearing yard, taken from bridge of hump, Chicago, Ill.

Belt Railway, looking toward the west yard of clearing yard, taken fro...

Photo shows the clearing yard at the Belt Railway Company of Chicago, taken from a structure above the hump tracks. (Source: Flickr Commons project and Bill Gustason, Chicago Area Rail Junctions, Hayford/Cleari... more

Amir Khalid [right] and Amir Faisal, sons of King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia. Their Royal Highnesses recently concluded an extensive visit in the United States as guests of the government. They have made a special study of irrigation projects in the United States. The princes at their own farewell reception in the nation's capital

Amir Khalid [right] and Amir Faisal, sons of King Ibn Saud of Saudi Ar...

Photo shows (left) King Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz al Saud (1906-1975) who ruled Saudi Arabia from 1964 to 1975 with his half-brother King Khalid bin Abdul Aziz, (1912-1982) who was King of Saudi Arabia from 1975 to... more

Natchez, Miss.

Natchez, Miss.

Photograph shows soft drink ads around store or cafe window. Diamond-shaped sign: Orange-Crush; above it: Relax and enjoy Royal Crown Cola.

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Photo shows soldier with Margaret Mary McCloskey (Source: L. Rozanek, daughter of McCloskey, 2013)

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Photo shows sailor with Margaret Mary McCloskey (Source: L. Rozanek, daughter of McCloskey, 2013)

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Sailor and girl at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington, D.C.

Photo shows sailor with Margaret Mary McCloskey (Source: L. Rozanek, daughter of McCloskey, 2013)

Belt Railway, looking toward the west yard of clearing yard, taken from bridge of the hump, Chicago, Ill.

Belt Railway, looking toward the west yard of clearing yard, taken fro...

Photo shows the clearing yard at the Belt Railway Company of Chicago, taken from a structure above the hump tracks. (Source: Flickr Commons project and Bill Gustason, Chicago Area Rail Junctions, Hayford/Clea... more

Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation,[Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, Calif.]

Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation,[Tule Lake Relocation...

Photo shows eight women standing in front of a camp barber shop.

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