Great Depression, 1930  ( Photo courtesy Chicago Herald and Examiner )  A young woman buys an apple from an unemployed veteran on South Wells Street in 1930. With the onset of the Great Depression, unemployment hit 25 percent nationally.

Great Depression, 1930 ( Photo courtesy Chicago Herald and Examiner ) A young woman buys an apple from an unemployed veteran on South Wells Street in With the onset of the Great Depression, unemployment hit 25 percent nationally.

New York City, 1936( Times square James Cagney+Mae Clarke+Mildred Harris(1.st Chaplin's wife)1936 Great Guy movie Criterion Theatre)view from West 44th.Str.to north Broadway(Strand+Capitol Theatres...)

New York City, Times square James Cagney+Mae Clarke+Mildred Chaplin's Great Guy movie Criterion Theatre)view from West north Broadway(Strand+Capitol Theatres.

Hooverville Elm Grove, Oklahoma, by Dorothea Lange, 1936

Hooverville Elm Grove, Oklahoma, by Dorothea Lange, 1936

August 1936 People living in miserable poverty Elm Grove Oklahoma County Oklahoma example of the Depression-era shantytowns known as Hoovervilles by Dorothea Lange

The Great Depression, the problem here is the word "GIVE". Today this boys grown grandson may be looking for someone to "GIVE" him a job. (MAYBE)

During the Great Depression, many people lost their jobs and struggled to get through. With the banks crashing, people lost their money and savings so life was very hard.

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Framed vintage photograph of August Family between Dallas and Austin. Photo by Dorothea Lange.

1930s Great  Depression, photo, black and white, living conditions after stock market crash, US, kids, desperation, poverty

Hooverville (tent cities) were set up during the Great Depression to house those displaced from their homes. Blame was put on President Hoover for the downfall of the economy in the

Migrant Mother-Dorothea Lange-visual rhetoric

Introduction to Visual Rhetoric

“Migrant Mother,” Dorothea Lange, 1936 For many, Florence Owens Thompson is the face of the Great Depression, thanks to legendary photographer Dorothea Lange. Lange made this photograph while visiting a camp in California in February With this.

The picture above was taken in 1935 and shows a destitute family at a relocation camp in California.

Photograph shows a family of farmers devastated by the Great Depression. Photo dates to around 1935 during the Great Depression era.

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