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Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California

Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Pauline Clyburn, rehabilitation client, and her children stringing tobacco; Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina.

Wartime vacations; Sunday cyclists in East Potomac Park; Washington, D.C.

Project family picking peas in their garden, Flint River Farms, Ga. May 1939.

Ben Turner and family in their wagon with mule team. Flint River Farms, Georgia. May 1939.

The family of Mr. Leroy Dunn, chopping cotton in a rented field near White Plains, Greene County, Georgia, June 1941.

Negro tenant farmer who grew strawberries on shares near Hammond, Louisiana. The husband said that in a good year they came out with maybe two hundred dollars, April 1939.

Negro couple at grave of relative; All Saint's Day in cemetery at New Roads, La.

Southeast Missouri Farms. Family of Farm Security Administration client shredding cabbage. May 1938.

Coal miner, his wife and two children, [notice the child's legs], Bertha Hill, West Virginia, Sep. 1938.

Negro sharecropper and son who will be resettled, Transylvania Project, Louisiana, January 1939.

Rehabilitation client and wife with one day's tomato pick off coast of Beaufort, South Carolina.

Part of a Negro tenant family, on a farm near Greensboro, Alabama, May 1941.

Saturday afternoon, Lexington, Holmes Co., Mississippi, Oct. 1939.

Street scene [church steps] in New Orleans, Louisiana

Williamson, West Virginia

Watching a football game, Star City, West Virginia

Main street, Morgantown, West Virginia

Negro schoolchildren, Omar, West Virginia

Omar, West Virginia

Scott's Run mining camps near Morgantown, West Virginia. Company houses

Religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Typical tenements on Court Street. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Liberty, unincorporated, Scotts Run, West Virginia

Barn plant--first step in assembling panels, Southeast Missouri Farms.

Mrs. Brown, wife of the former postmaster at Old Rag, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia.

Mrs. Howard and the baby.

Tenement houses, Omar, West Virginia

Remains of old Gulf States paper mill, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Two women walking along street, Natchez, Mississippi

Family of a striking miner. Pennsylvania

Remains of old Gulf States paper mill, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Natchez, Mississippi

Creole girls, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Priest at Pointe a la Hache, Louisiana

Unemployed trappers, Louisiana

Resident of Smithland, Kentucky

Williamson, West Virginia

Medicine show, Huntingdon, Tennessee

Religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Cemetery at Pointe a la Hache, Louisiana

Medicine show, Huntingdon, Tennessee

A deckhand aboard the Queen of Dycusberg, Memphis, Tennessee

Miner's home. Pennsylvania

Cattle dealer in western West Virginia.

Portrait of a Mexican-American child. Imperial Valley, California.

Relief check, Scotts Run, [Monongalia County,] West Virginia

Scene [shoe shiner] in Natchez, Mississippi

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

An old sailor snapped in Jackson Square, New Orleans

Receiving relief check. Scott's Run, [Monongalia County], West Virginia

Maynardville, Tennessee

Trische family, tenant farmers, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Temporary shacks for settlers dwelling near houses on Wolf Creek Farms, Georgia.

Interior of strawberry grower's house, Hammond, Louisiana

Camden, tennessee

Street scene [with trained bear], New Orleans, Louisiana

Negro at religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Adobe school. Bosque Farms Project, New Mexico. 1935.

Cottage Gardens roadsign. Outskirts of San Bernardino, California.

Maynardville, Tennessee

Church turned into a movie house, Woodville, Mississippi

Pare Lorentz.

Scene in Smithland, Kentucky, man, woman, and child

In the potato laboratory. Prince Georges County, Beltsville, Maryland.

Middlesboro, Kentucky, street scene

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Children of miners, Kentucky, 1935.

Citizens of Nethers, Virginia.

Homeless children, Natchez, Mississippi

View of Westmoreland project. [Norvelt,] Pennsylvania

Interior of unemployed man's house. Morgantown, West Virginia

Strawberry growers, Hammond, Louisiana

Migrant workers' shack. California. 1935.

Bringing in scabs, New Orleans, Louisiana

Young resident of Omar, West Virginia

Remains of old Gulf States paper mill, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Home of rehabilitation client near Phoenix, Arizona. $500 loan. 1935.

Dairy. Beltsville, Maryland.

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Scotts Run, West Virginia

Camp of California "fruit tramp." The car has done duty on the fruit route for 16 years. Outskirts of Marysville, California.

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

The Shack, a one time church; milk is dispensed here. Relief clients wait for hours, Scotts Run, [Monongalia County,] West Virginia

Strawberry picker, Hammond, Louisiana

Members of the Musgrove family, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Omar, West Virginia

Red House, West Virginia

Kimball, West Virginia

Mining town. West Virginia?

Strawberry growers, Hammond, Louisiana

Sunday in Scotts Run, [Monongalia County,] West Virginia

Medicine show, Huntingdon, Tennessee

Middlesboro, Kentucky.

Budding a rose. Prince Georges County, Beltsville, Maryland.

Charles Foster house. Wolf Creek Farms, Georgia. 1935.

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