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Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, West Branch, Iowa 1931
Government relief dress, 1930s, USA.
2 cups of water
Half a cup of sugar
Put on stove at high heat until boiils
Let it cool 15 mins
Put in freezer for 5 hours but every hour take it out of the freezer and stir it good
After the 5 hours put your choice of flavoring [quarter of lemon/lime or vanilla]
Dust Days: A Depression Era Parable
This playlist is in the form of a story. I won’t let it all out of the bag, but I will tell you the outline.
~~The story is a fable about love and a life lived precariously; about plague and death… about the death of love and the lengths some will go to keep what was never theirs.~~
I hope you’ll give it a listen and tell me what you think. All credit goes to the artist and songwriters of their original works. I am just humbly inspired by their art. (I’ve always wanted to put together a Rock Opera. This is closest I guess I’ll ever get.)
Tom’s Lunch & Delicatessen in Washington DC, 1933.
Little girl and her doll, 1930s.
SIMMONS FURNITURE Co.
A 1930s Depression Era, American Industrial side / night table in steel by Simmons Furniture Co. One drawers and lower shelf . Simple and classic.
Item No. E5242
Dimensions: 20″ 16″ x 30″ high
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Depression era Ford_Dorothea Lange
Greenhouse - Depression Era
Audio. Visuals. Atmosphere.
Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn Wall is a depression era novel of rural Kentucky. It describes the struggles of good hardworking people and some very evil people who manipulate the town in the background. There is unconditional love between most of the characters, but some of the characters are truly vile. I loved the descriptions of the life the characters lived, something most of us can never truly comprehend. Plenty of mystery, thrills and action. Light overcomes the darkness
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Art front, 1934 - 1937. Art front, 1934-1937. Archives of American Art.
JOHN STEUART CURRY
An All-American (Forward Pass)
Mixed media on canvas mounted to hardboard
Louisville, Kentucky 1937