Great depression in color

Farmer with children on a barbecue, Pai Town, New Mexico, in October 1940. Photographer Russell Lee






House in Houston, Texas, in May 1943. Photographer John Vachon (1914-1975)




Prayer before dinner at the fair, Pai Town, New Mexico, in October 1940. Photographer Russell Lee (1903-1986)




Start a celebratory dinner, Pai Town, New Mexico, in October 1940. Photographer Russell Lee (1903-1986)




3 photos taken at the fair in Rutland, Vermont, September 1940. Photographer Jack Delano








William London, railroad worker with 25 years of experience, Melrose Park, near Chicago, Illinois. The photo was taken in the early 1940s



Marshalling yard in Chicago, Illinois, in 1942. Photographer Jack Delano



Unfeminine work: Viola Sievers washes locomotive H series in Clinton, Iowa, April 1943



Joseph Klensky washes after a day at the yard in Chicago. Photographer Jack Delano



Depot freight locomotives in Chicago, Illinois, May 1943



Unloading of cars in the Chicago depot, in April 1943. Photographer Jack Delano



Dancing couples, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, in 1939 or 1940. Photographer Russell Lee (1903-1986)



Auction Farm, Derby, Connecticut, September 1940



Children clean potatoes in the fields near Caribou, Maine. Schools are not opened until the harvest is not yet removed. October 1940



Shop in Lincoln, Nebraska, 1942



Women railway workers on lunch break, Clinton, Iowa, April 1943



Sale of surplus, St. Johns, Arizona, October 1940



On the plantation owned by the Ministry of Agriculture, Louisiana, in 1940



Land preparation for planting cotton, Greene County, Georgia, in June 1940



Construction of the dam Shasta, California, June 1942



Corn fields along the river, north-east of the state of Tennessee, in May 1940



Harvesting oats, southeastern Georgia, about 1940



Maize harvesting near Pai Town, New Mexico, in October 1940



Children sitting in a car. The photo was taken near the labor camp Ministry of Agriculture about Robstona, Texas, in January 1940.



Used plumbing shop in Brockton, Massachusetts, December 1940



Main Street Grid, Colorado, December 1940



Cart with fertilizer (about 1940)



Boy from Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1942 or 1943



Barrage balloon "Parris Island", May 1942. Photographer Alfred Palmer



Trucks starch factory in Caribou, Maine, October 1940. Photographer Jack Delano



The children gather model airplane, Robstown, Texas, in January 1942. Photographer Arthur Rothstein (1915-1985)



Binding tape on the tail before the rodeo calf in Pai Town, October 1940



Virginia Young (right), Head of the repair shop at the naval base in Texas. Her husband was one of the first victims of the US during World War II. August 1941, photographer Howard Holl.



29-year-old Lucille Mazurek, former housewife whose husband was drafted into the army, works in a factory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in February 1943. Photographer Howard Holl



Pre-sorting oranges before shipping, Redlands, California, March 1943



Farmer Jim Norris and his wife, Pai Town, New Mexico, in October 1940



Photo of Georgia about 1940



Scrap yard in Montana, in October 1940



Farmer Jack Winer and his family, Pie Town, New Mexico, in September 1940. Photographer Russell Lee



Tea Sylvia Sweets, Brockton, Massachusetts, December 1940 or January 1941. Photographer Jack Delano



Garden, laid out next to the dug-out Jack Winer, Pie Town, New Mexico, in September 1940



Workers harvesting sugar cane, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, December 1941



Farmer Jim Norris, Pie Town, New Mexico, in September 1940



Source: www.qwrt.ru

Tags

See also

New and interesting