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1930 - 1939 - USA - Grande Dépression

A Dollar a Day: Turpentine worker's family near Cordele, Alabama. Father's wages one dollar a day. This is the standard of living the turpentine trees support July 1936.<br />
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Photo by Dorothea Lange.
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A Dollar a Day: Turpentine worker's family near Cordele, Alabama. Father's wages one dollar a day. This is the standard of living the turpentine trees support July 1936.

Photo by Dorothea Lange.

Filename: FILE_3307_Alabama_a77b1b7143_o.jpg
From gallery: 1930 - 1939 - USA - Grande Dépression
Source: LOC
Date: 18 Jul 1933
Location: United States of America
Credit: Dorothea Lange - LOC
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