1bohemian: “ February 1937. “Southern Illinois character. McLeansboro, Illinois.” Photo by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration. ”

1bohemian: “ February 1937. “Southern Illinois character. McLeansboro, Illinois.” Photo by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration. ”

In a new survey conducted among Syrian refugees, the question was put to them of whether they sympathize with ISIS, and while the percentage is small, the total number is enormous. From the Blaze: …

In a new survey conducted among Syrian refugees, the question was put to them of whether they sympathize with ISIS, and while the percentage is small, the total number is enormous. From the Blaze: …

Proprietor of restaurant, Shellpile, New Jersey; photo by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1938 | pinned by haw-creek.com

Proprietor of restaurant, Shellpile, New Jersey; photo by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1938 | pinned by haw-creek.com

Dorothea Lange, Resettlement Administration photographer, in California atop her 1934 ford model 40 woodie with her giant camera. February 1936.

Dorothea Lange, Resettlement Administration photographer, in California atop her 1934 ford model 40 woodie with her giant camera. February 1936.

Dorothea Lange, Resettlement Administration photographer, in California atop her 1934 Ford model 40 Woodie with her giant camera, February Many photographs of people in poverty during the Dust Bowl and Depression era were hers.

The Great Depression was a time of struggle and every penny was counted. Here's 5 money-saving tips from that era you can use today.  Top photo: By Dorothea Lange, Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information / Office of Emergency Management / Resettlement Administration [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons  Bottom photo: By Unknown or not provided (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Five Depression-Era Tips You Can Use Today

The Great Depression was a time of struggle and every penny was counted. Here's 5 money-saving tips from that era you can use today. Top photo: By Dorothea Lange, Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information / Office of Emergency Management / Resettlement Administration [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Bottom photo: By Unknown or not provided (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

May 1936. "Kitchen of Ozarks cabin purchased for Lake of the Ozarks project. Missouri." Photo by Carl Mydans, Resettlement Administration.

May 1936. "Kitchen of Ozarks cabin purchased for Lake of the Ozarks project. Missouri." Photo by Carl Mydans, Resettlement Administration.

Resettlement Administration representative at door of rehabilitation client's house, Jackson County, Ohio | Library of Congress

Resettlement Administration representative at door of rehabilitation client's house, Jackson County, Ohio | Library of Congress

Arthur Rothstein. Daughter of farmer living in Resettlement Administration purchase area. Oneida County, Idaho. 1936 May. Library of Congress.

Arthur Rothstein. Daughter of farmer living in Resettlement Administration purchase area. Oneida County, Idaho. 1936 May. Library of Congress.

April 1937. Shawneetown, Illinois. "An old residence near the levee after the flood." Photo by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

April 1937. Shawneetown, Illinois. "An old residence near the levee after the flood." Photo by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

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