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Ice, storm and flood have ruined the farm of this rehabilitation client. Near Easton, Pennsylvania.
Farmhouse and family of resettlement client. Waldo County, Maine.
Mrs. Gus Wright, Farm Security Administration client with her canned goods, Oakland community, Greene County, Georgia, November 1941.
Home of rehabilitation client near Phoenix, Arizona. $500 loan. 1935.
Rural rehabilitation client, Carbon, Utah. This man has applied for a loan from Rural Rehabilitation. His plan is to work in the mines in the winter and to run his farm in the summer, thus saving himself and his children from the living conditions of the Utah coal camps. He plans to use his loans for the construction of a house.
Everett Tune, Dent County, Mo., rehabilitation client and Missouri typelaying house built with rehabilitation funds. Client has 400 hens which he bought with rehabilitation loan and has since sold $600 worth of eggs. In addition he has been able to buy 500 chicks which he is raising.
Irwinville Farms, Georgia. House of Charles Foster. Exterior [with] two children of client on porch.
Wife and child of a successful rehabilitation client. Virginia
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Home of rehabilitation client, Lancaster, N.H.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
President Roosevelt visits rehabilitation client. Mandan, North Dakota.
A successful rehabilitation client and some of the farm animals purchased with Resettlement Administration aid. Kinston, North Carolina.
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Family of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Children of rehabilitation client, Maria plantation, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Porch of home of Sam Nichols, rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Porch of home of Sam Nichols, rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Jaspar Lancaster, Arkansas rehabilitation client
Rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Jaspar Lancaster, Arkansas rehabilitation client
Rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Child of rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Child of rehabilitation client, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Daughters of rehibilitation client, North Carolina.
Farmhouse and family of resettlement client. Waldo County, Maine.
Ice, storm and flood have ruined the farm of this rehabilitation client. Near Easton, Pennsylvania.
Home of rehabilitation client near Phoenix, Arizona. $500 loan. 1935.
Rural rehabilitation client, Carbon, Utah. This man has applied for a loan from Rural Rehabilitation. His plan is to work in the mines in the winter and to run his farm in the summer, thus saving himself and his children from the living conditions of the Utah coal camps. He plans to use his loans for the construction of a house.
Everett Tune, Dent County, Mo., rehabilitation client and Missouri typelaying house built with rehabilitation funds. Client has 400 hens which he bought with rehabilitation loan and has since sold $600 worth of eggs. In addition he has been able to buy 500 chicks which he is raising.
Wife and child of a successful rehabilitation client. Virginia
Irwinville Farms, Georgia. House of Charles Foster. Exterior [with] two children of client on porch.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Home of rehabilitation client, Lancaster, N.H.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
Woman client? New England; possibly New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
President Roosevelt visits rehabilitation client. Mandan, North Dakota.
A successful rehabilitation client and some of the farm animals purchased with Resettlement Administration aid. Kinston, North Carolina.
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Boone County, Arkansas. The family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home [detail]
Porch of home of Sam Nichols, rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Porch of home of Sam Nichols, rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Primitive chicken roost, carved out of hollow log, on farm of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Children of rehabilitation client, Maria plantation, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Child of rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Jaspar Lancaster, Arkansas rehabilitation client
Rehabilitation client, Arkansas
House with roof made of license plates built by rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Jaspar Lancaster, Arkansas rehabilitation client
Rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Child of rehabilitation client, Arkansas
Daughters of rehibilitation client, North Carolina.
aughter of Dalton McLeod, Negro rehabilitation client. Fuquay Springs, North Carolina.
Family of rehabilitation client, Boone County, Arkansas
Farmhouse and family of resettlement client. Waldo County, Maine.
Ice, storm and flood have ruined the farm of this rehabilitation client. Near Easton, Pennsylvania.
Barber and client, Brazil
Neglected horse owned by rehabilitation client, Jackson County, Ohio
Home of rehabilitation client near Phoenix, Arizona. $500 loan. 1935
Rural rehabilitation client, Carbon, Utah. This man has applied for a loan from Rural Rehabilitation. His plan is to work in the mines in the winter and to run his farm in the summer, thus saving himself and his children from the living conditions of the Utah coal camps. He plans to use his loans for the construction of a house
Daughter of Cube Walker, Negro TP Client Belzoni, Miss. Delta, bringing home cow from the fields in the evening, Nov. 1939.
Southeast Missouri Farms. Family of Farm Security Administration client shredding cabbage. May 1938.
Negro rehabilitation client mixing cement to be used in construction of his new home, near Raleigh, North Carolina, December 1938.
Rehabilitation client and wife with one day's tomato pick off coast of Beaufort, South Carolina.
Pauline Clyburn, rehabilitation client at Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina, with chicken house she made herself; The window she took from her own bedroom.
Pauline Clyburn, rehabilitation client, and her children stringing tobacco; Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina.
F.S.A. client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants; better than direct gift to the client. Bray County, Kansas
F.S.A. client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants better than the direct gift to the client. Gray County, Kansas
F.S.A. client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants better than the direct gift to the client. Gray County, Kansas
F.S.A. client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants better than the direct gift to the client. Gray County, Kansas
F.S.A. client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants better than the direct gift to the client. Gray County, Kansas
Everett Tune, Dent County, Mo., rehabilitation client and Missouri typelaying house built with rehabilitation funds. Client has 400 hens which he bought with rehabilitation loan and has since sold $600 worth of eggs. In addition he has been able to buy 500 chicks which he is raising.
Irwinville Farms, Georgia. House of Charles Foster. Exterior [with] two children of client on porch
Wife and child of a successful rehabilitation client. Virginia
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