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Family on relief living in a shanty at the city dump, Herrin, Illinois, January Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.

History Channel "Know Where You Stand" campaign by Seth Taras - Hindenburg at  Lakehurst, New Jersey 1937 / 2004; D-Day at Normandy Beach 1944 / 2004; Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate 1989 / 2004; Hitler at the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1940 / 2004

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Texas tenant farmer in California. Marysville Migrant Camp (R.A) Dorothea Lange

Texas tenant farmer in Marysville, California, migrant camp during the peach season. 1927 made seven thousand dollars in cotton. 1928 broke even. 1929 went in the hole. 1930 still deeper. 1931 lost everything. 1932 hit the road. fruit tramp in Califo

A farm girl preparing for high school, the coverlet of her bed is embroidered with the names of her friends, Oklahoma, 1943

Oklahoma, USA, 1942 "Oklahoma farmer John Barnett's daughter Delphaline, wears bright-colored slacks around the farm. She and her two brothers go to a rural school where there are only four other pupils. Next fall Delphaline will enter high school.

Geraldine Doyle - the woman whose picture inspired the We Can Do It poster ~

Geraldine Hoff Doyle, inspiration for the "We Can Do It!" poster replicates the famous pose shortly before her death

1910- Double Bicycle with a Baby Carrier...Nothing to keep the baby from rolling out!

You Call That A Hipster? These Are Some @#$%ing Hipsters.

"Eliza Josolyne, 23, was admitted to Bethlem in February 1857, with the cause of her apparent insanity recorded as ‘overwork’. She looks distraught and her face bears marks of injury. Eliza had been the only servant in a 20-room house and was unable to keep up with the work over the hard winter months when every room would have required a fire burning in its grate and lamps to be lit early." I feel so bad for her..back then if women were just burnt out,they were often locked away.

Sent to the asylum: The Victorian women locked up because they were suffering from stress, post natal depression and anxiety

Diagnosis: Insanity caused by overwork. These days, work stress, postnatal depression and anxiety are addressed with compassion. But just a few generations ago, the women who suffered from these conditions, were confined to an asylum.

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