While the mothers are working in the fields, the preschool children of migrant families are cared for in the nursery school under trained teachers, Kern migrant camp, California, 1936 - Dorothea Lange
Ann Miller for summer 1938
Ann in a print dress - beige background with flowers in orange, yellow, green and black. The hip-length jacket is in black Shantung linen.
1939 Kansas Wheat Workers filling colorfully printed flour sacks which housewives use to make dresses because the labels wash out, at Sunbonnet Sue flour mill. - Photo by Margaret Bourke-White
Mrs. Sarah J. In addition to daily work around the home, she finds time to raise some cotton, carding and spinning it herself. She also does some hand-weaving, October 1933
Original Caption: Mrs. Sarah J. Wilson, Bulls Gap, Tennessee. In addition to daily work around the home, she finds time to raise some cotton, carding and spinning it herself. She also does some hand-weaving, October 1933 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 142-H-12 Photographer: Hine, Lewis Subjects: New Deal, 1933-1939 Rural areas Tennessee (United States, North and Central America) state Water projects Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/532636 …
Old Photos: One Day In Life Of Kansas Farm Boy | | Kansas City With The Russian Accent
Here are some photos featuring Kansas farm boy - Dan Gardner taken in June, 1947. Here we see Dan in front of some kind of pre-historic computer. Before the
Top Ad Icons of the 20th Century
Advertising leader and marketing legend Leo Burnett crafted some of the world's most famous and beloved brand-name icons and logos, including the Pillsbury Doughboy, the Marlboro Man, Toucan Sam and even the bright red 7Up "Spot."