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  1. Great Depression 21H.102October 17, 2005

  2. Herbert Hoover (1874-1964)

  3. Hoover campaign poster, 1928

  4. Wall Street, Oct. 24, 1929

  5. “$100 Will Buy This Car”

  6. Walker Evans, Main Street of County Seat, Alabama, 1936

  7. Evans, West Virginia Living Room, 1935

  8. Evans, Bedroom, Burrough Family Cabin, Hale County, Alabama, 1936

  9. Evans, Burrough Family Cabin, Hale County, Alabama, 1936

  10. Evans, Interior III

  11. Evans, Joe's Auto Graveyard, Pennsylvania, 1936

  12. Bank run, American Union Bank of New York City, August 5, 1931

  13. Bank run, Bank of the United States, 1930

  14. Unemployment rate 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940

  15. Relief line, 1930

  16. Breadline, Chicago

  17. Breadline (for 1-cent restaurant)

  18. Dorothea Lange, The White Angel Breadline, San Francisco, 1933

  19. Hooverville, New York City, Central Park, 1930

  20. Hooverville, NYC (detail)

  21. Hooverville, Seattle, 1933

  22. “Of Course We Can Do It!” (1931)

  23. Bank failure cartoon,ChicagoTribune, 1931

  24. Isaac Soyer, Employment Agency, 1937

  25. FDR campaigning, 1930

  26. FDR campaigning, West Virginia, 1932

  27. Electoral map, 1928

  28. Electoral map, 1932

  29. FDR campaigning, Georgia, 1933

  30. FDR, Fireside chat

  31. FDR & Hoover, The New Yorker cover, 1933

  32. Number of radio stations, 1921-1939

  33. Radio station locations, 1938

  34. Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)

  35. Eleanor Roosevelt at a soup kitchen

  36. NRA poster, “Cooperation”

  37. NRA, Human Eagle, 1933 (8,000 San Francisco schoolchildren)

  38. NRA quilt

  39. Dust Bowl

  40. Dust storm, Spearman, TexasAugust 14, 1935

  41. Dorothea Lange, Mechanized Farm, 1938

  42. Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, Nipomo, CA, 1936

  43. Evans, Alabama Cotton Tenant Farmer Family (Fields), 1936

  44. Evans, Alabama Tenant Farmer Wife (Allie Mae Burroughs), 1936

  45. Black cotton tenant farmer, Arkansas, 1938

  46. Cotton pickers, 1935

  47. Black tenants, Missouri, 1935

  48. Resettlement Administration, “Years of Dust,” 1937