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Westmoreland project, Pennsylvania. [Norvelt,] Westmoreland County. Construction worker on the Westmoreland subsistence homestead project
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936.
LUNCHEON [held by] U.S. ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Westmoreland project, Pennsylvania. [Norvelt,] Westmoreland County. Construction worker on the Westmoreland subsistence homestead project
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936.
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
LUNCHEON [held by] U.S. ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
San Fernando Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of grounds. Average income $800 year. Calif 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
San Fernando Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of grounds. Average income $800 year. Calif 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. El Monte, California, 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. El Monte, California, 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936.
Westmoreland project, Pennsylvania. [Norvelt,] Westmoreland County. Construction worker on the Westmoreland subsistence homestead project
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
San Fernando Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of grounds. Average income $800 year. Calif 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. El Monte, California, 1936
Hog killing on Milton Puryeur place; He is a Negro owner of five acres of land; Rural Route No. 1, Box 59, Dennison, Halifax County, Virginia; This is six miles south [on Highway No. 501] of South Boston; He used to grow tobacco and cotton but now just a subsistence living; These hogs belong to a neighbor landowner; He burns old shoes and pieces of leather near the heads of the slaughtered hogs while they are hanging to keep the flies away, Nov. 1939.
LUNCHEON [held by] U.S. ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
DINNER [held by] US ARMY - SUBSISTENCE DEPT. [at] TRANSPORT (?)
Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731
Westmoreland project, Pennsylvania. [Norvelt,] Westmoreland County. Construction worker on the Westmoreland subsistence homestead project
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of ground. Average family income $800 year. Calif. 1936
San Fernando Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Forty homes, all occupied. Each with nearly an acre of grounds. Average income $800 year. Calif 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. 100 homes-all occupied. Each with 3/4 acre. Average family income $800 per yr. Feb. 1936
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. Calif. 1936
El Monte Federal Subsistence Homesteads. El Monte, California, 1936
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