January "Two children of a migrant fruit worker from Tennessee, standing before their temporary home. This family of eight is camped in a field near the packinghouse at Winter Haven, Florida." by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration.
Great Depression Family at Migrant Workers Camp Photo - After the end of WWI, the economic rose and then quickly fell into the crisis. The unemployment was high. Houses and furniture were continually sold for food and other necessities.
Historic Photo Archive Dorothea Lange May “Mother and child of Arkansas flood refugee family near Memphis, Texas. These people, with all their earthly belongings, are bound for the lower Rio Grande Valley, where they hope to pick cotton.
This picture was taken in the early and shows a poor family in the Great Depression. You really wonder how they were able to feed such a large family in such hard times. You also wonder if they set out to have such a large family, or if it just happened.