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Economic Times

Collection by David McCarthy

David McCarthy
The good old days before Unemployment Insurance, Social Security and Medicare. Laissez Faire capitalism at its finest. August 1936 "Part of an impoverished family of nine on the New Mexico highway- Depression refugees from Iowa" Photo by Dorothea Lange Wyoming, Photos Du, Old Photos, Iowa, Nebraska, Dust Bowl, Great Depression, Colorado, Aragon

No Money at All: 1936

High-resolution vintage photo archive with thousands of HD images.

My grandfather's parents brought him to New York from Romania. My grandfather was 2 years old when they arrived at Ellis Island. Here, immigrant children at Ellis Island wear arrival tags. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Images, Ellis Island Immigrants, Tableaux Vivants, Photo Vintage, Thats The Way, Interesting History

immigration to USA and canada | post 1800 immigrants | arrival | settling in and moving west | asian immigration | african americans | hispanic immigration | the native americans

immigration to the usa and canada

Children on the Mississippi Delta African American children are shown around a porch of a home in the Mississippi Delta. Date: July, 1936 Original Format: Photographic Print Item Photographer: Dorothea Lange Delta Children, American Children, Poor Children, Poor Kids, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Antique Photos

Dorothea Lange | Mississippi Delta Children

Mississippi Delta Children | Library of Congress title: Mississippi Delta Negro Children July, 1936 Labels: Great Depression, Black History, Children, Boys, Girls

African Americans found it all but impossible to find jobs in the The father of this family lost his job as a miner near Scott’s Run,West Virginia. - by Lewis Hine, National Archives and records Administration 1940s Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Women In History, Black History, Lewis Hine, Dust Bowl, Great Depression

During most of the 1930s, African Americans found it all but impossible to find jobs of any kind in agriculture or industry. The father of this impoverished family, photographed in 1937 by Lewis Hine, was a miner who lost his job in the Scott’s Run area of West Virginia. NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

Just when you cant do a thing to make your life better. remember if the earlier generations quit too you would not be here. The History Place - Dorothea Lange Photo Gallery: Tents as Home: Drought Refugees from Texas Most Famous Photographers, Documentary Photographers, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Migrant Worker, Dust Bowl, Great Depression, Thats The Way, Photos Of The Week

Watch Jazz | A Film by Ken Burns | PBS

Ken Burns follows the growth and development of jazz music from the gritty streets of New Orleans to Chicago's south side, the speakeasies of Kansas city and to Times Square. Full film now streaming.

Berenice Abbott: Court of first model tenement house in New York, Street and First Avenue, Manhattan. First Avenue, Manhattan. Berenice Abbott, Man Ray, Photographie New York, Photo New York, New York Projects, Ville New York, Alfred Stieglitz, Vintage New York, Vintage Men

photos by Berenice Abbott

115 Jay Street Brooklyn New York, 1936 Portraits Cocteau’s Hands, Paris, 1927 John V. Lacey, “Birdsmith”, New York, 1948 Solita Solano, Paris, 1926 Cocteau in Bed with Mask, Paris, 1927 Cocteau with Gun, Paris, 1926 New York Bowery Bum, New York, c. 1932 Fifth Avenue Coach Company, New York, 1932…