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1930 s

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Murray Hill Hotel, 112 Park Avenue, Manhattan.
Fulton Street Dock, Manhattan skyline, Manhattan.
Blossom Restaurant, 103 Bowery, Manhattan.
Farmhouse and family of resettlement client. Waldo County, Maine.
Carpenters and construction workers waiting outside Florida State employment office trying to get jobs on Camp Blanding, Starke, Florida. Dec. 1940
Unloading oysters from packet boat arriving at New Orleans, La.
Meeting of NYA [National Youth Administration] girls with an instructor at the Good Shepherd Community Center, Chicago, Illinois.
Penn Station, Interior, Manhattan.
Radio Row, Cortlandt Street, Manhattan.
McSorley's Ale House, 15 East 7th Street, Manhattan.
Triborough Bridge, East 125th Street approach, Manhattan.
Model No. 237. Three-button single-breasted box model; Model No. 238. Three-button double-breasted model; Model No. 239. Three-button "pivot sleeve" topcoat; Model No. 240. Three-button double-breasted box model.
Wall Street, showing East River from roof of Irving Trust building, Manhattan.
Mrs. Howard and the baby.
Squatters' camp on highway. Characters in scene from Resettlement film. Near Bakersfield, Calif. 1935.
Bosque Farms Project. Resettled families temporary home. Each settler is alotted a plot of 40 acres.
A. H. Taylor's Central Valley, Stock Farm - Orange Co. N.Y.
House model prepared by architectural section Region 1. New Haven, Conn.
Scene [shoe shiner] in Natchez, Mississippi
Street scene [church steps] in New Orleans, Louisiana
Negro child in front of badly rundown house, Natchez, Mississippi
Maynardville, Tennessee
Maynardville, Tennessee
Migrant strawberry picker, Berrien County, Michigan.
Blossom Restaurant, 103 Bowery, Manhattan.
Negro houses. South end of town. Vicksburg, Mississippi
Along the highway near Bakersfield, California. Dust bowl refugees.
Surveying gang. WPA workers. Bosque Farms Project.
Making the roads. The roads will be dirt roads with 18 foot gravel surface. Bosque Farms Project.
Migrant workers' shack. California. 1935.
Migrant workers' shack. California. 1935.
Young family, penniless, hitchhiking on U.S. Highway 99, California. The father, twenty-four, and the mother, seventeen, came from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, early in 1935. Their baby was born in the Imperial Valley, California, where they were working as field laborers.
Citizens of Nethers, Virginia.
Scene at Smithland, Kentucky
Unemployed trappers, Louisiana
Children of migrant fruit worker, Berrien County, Mich.
Migrant strawberry picker, Berrien County, Michigan.
An old sailor snapped in Jackson Square, New Orleans
Hot Dog Stand, West St. and North Moore, Manhattan.

Hot Dog Stand, West St. and North Moore, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 1219152. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. April 08, 1936. .Notes: Vendor stands next to his Tellas Busy Bee cart, advertising 'Red Hot Frankfurters and Ice Cold Lemonade' traffic a blur in the... More