Great Depression Iowa Farm Family 1936 Photograph by Daniel Hagerman
Family living on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee during the Great Depression
The woman portrayed is Nettie Featherston, a migrant laborer’s wife and mother of three. Lange took the picture in the Texas Panhandle to document for the FSA farmland and families devastated by drought and dust storms.
It's About Time: A Few Portraits of Extreme Poverty - 1930s Children of The Great Depression
Mother and baby of family of nine living in field on U.S. Route 70 in Tennessee, near Tennessee River
The Great Depression. Income inequality is the greatest it has been since 1938 and Republicans want to make it worse. Is this what they want average Americans to go back to?
1938 | Mother washing feet and cleaning up daughters in sharecropper's shack. Southeast Missouri Farms
Keeping it together... probably taken during the Great Depression blessedwildapplegirl.tumblr.com