Unemployed woman selling apples during the Depression; New York City, New York, 1929.
October 29, 2004 License
The California Dormitory for Men offers clean cots for 10 or 15 cents a night, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Kempton, a company town in the West Virginia coalfield.
An evicted couple sits on the curb surrounded by their belongings during the Great Depression, Los Angeles, California.
February 11, 2009 License
A billboard, sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers, on Highway 99 in California during the Depression. It reads 'There's no way like the American way' and 'world's highest standard of living'.
May 26, 2005 License
Food handouts during the Depression.
Men wait in line to enter the Beacon Relief Mission on Bowery Street during the Great Depression, Manhattan, New York City.
January 23, 2012 License
Exterior view of a pub called Idle Hour, in front of which hangs an 'OUT OF BUSINESS' sign, during the Great Depression, United States.
A row of men in overalls, and one girl, sit in front of an out-of-business cafe with soaped windows, during the Great Depression, United States.
A crowd of unemployed people gathers to look at job postings outside of an employment agency on Sixth Avenue in New York City.