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Posted By: Dick Johnson
Posted On: Monday June 29, 2020 at 7:36 AM
PIC: A trip back in the time machine, enjoy,

1920's Auto Club building SW corner of Adams and Figueroa in Los Angeles.

Family living out of their Model T Ford.

June 1939 Migrant workers eating dinner by the side of their Model T Ford Oklahoma

1939 Los Angeles

1908 Boston.

1920 Main Street Hunting Beach, California another view

Main Street in Hunting Beach, California looking south along Ocean Ave. now Pacific Coast Hwy.

Barbequeing pork over an open pit, putting on some sauce, Braswell Plantation near Rocky Mount, NC, September 1944.

1929 Hwy 101 thru Encinitas, California

Newberg Meat Company location not known

October 22 ,1948 Jackson Hole, Wyoming

man fixing something to eat.

1937 The Pasadena Freeway

fine looking used cars.

San Antonio, Texas the early years.

1947 State Hwy 6 thru Mojave.

The new unemployment line.
Title: Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

Contributor Names: Lange, Dorothea, photographer

Created : January , 1938

"Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children"

going to church "up the holler".

lined up for car wash

1940 Main Street in Victorville, California

Feb.5 1910 The Jackson St regrade in Seattle

1893 a bowling alley at the Pleasant Beach Hotel Bainbridge Island.

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PIC: A trip back in the time machine, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #48910
Another enjoyable collection, Dick - thanks heaps for posting. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #48910.1
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #48910.1.1
+2 Thanks Dick. Makes me appreciate my lot in life a bit more! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #48910.1.1.1
America came along way in the last 100 years ... Yes Sireee Bob .. Along way. (EOM) by Dennis Mong #48910.2
Love 'em! Thanks Dick! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #48910.3
Thanks guys, glad you like this. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #48910.4
(PIC) and Fig & Adams today... by Lloyd Mecca #48910.5
OUTSTANDING photos..thanks !!! (EOM) by Rand Anderson #48910.6

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