Photogrammar Photo Archive From Yale – Search Through Great Depression Era Photos

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If you’ve ever wondered what your little slice of the world looked like decades ago, we’ve got a rabbit hole for you to fall down: ​Yale University has collected 170,000 photos from the Library of Congress that were taken between 1935 and 1945 — the Depression era. The government archive of snaps from this period is quite large. Since the administration wanted to build support for programs like the New Deal, they sent photographers all over the United States to document the state of the country.

Source: Photogrammar Photo Archive From Yale – Search Through Great Depression Era Photos

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