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Camden: 1938

Camden: 1938

October 1938. Factory workers' homes in Camden, New Jersey. View full size. 35mm nitrate negative by Arthur Rothstein, Farm Security Administration.

 

Deadwood Stamp Mill: 1888

Deadwood Stamp Mill: 1888

"Clean Up Day" at the Deadwood Terra Gold Stamp Mill near Terraville in the Dakota Territory. Ore fed into the mill is stamped, or crushed, to prepare it for the chemical extraction of gold. Photograph by John C.H. Grabill. View full size.

 

Brooklyn Wading Pool: 1942

Brooklyn Wading Pool: 1942

Children play in a wading pool at a play center at the Red Hook housing development, Brooklyn, New York. The charge to use the pool is nine cents for children, 25 cents for adults. Photograpy by Arthur Rothstein, June, 1942. View full size.

Shallow End: 1923

Shallow End: 1923

1923. Swimmers at the Wardman Park Hotel pool in Washington, D.C. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

Mostly Girls: 1936

Mostly Girls: 1936

A poster for the Federal Theatre Project presentation of "Gaieties of 1936" at the Greek Open Air Theatre, Vermont Avenue at Griffith Park in Los Angeles. View full size

 

Party Pooped: c. 1939

Party Pooped: c. 1939

Children asleep on a bed during a square dance in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Photograph by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration Office of War Information, c. 1939. View full size.

 

String Section: c. 1939

String Section: c. 1939

The orchestra at a square dance in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Photograph by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration Office of War Information, c. 1939. View full size.

 

Square Dance: 1939

Square Dance: 1939

Couples at square dance in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Photograph by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration Office of War Information circa 1939. View full size.

 

Model With Book

Model With Book

A young model lies in bed with a book. Photo by Fitz W. Guerin, between 1900 and 1903. View full size.

Cowgirl Model: c. 1902

Cowgirl Model: c. 1902

A young woman models, wearing a cowgirl outfit and holding a rope. Photo by Fitz W. Guerin, c. 1902. View full size.

Chloro Boat: 1921

Chloro Boat: 1921

Workers on a Chloro boat, which was used for disinfecting large outdoor swimming areas. This photo was likely taken in the Washington, D.C., area. Photo from the National Photo Company collection, 1921. View full size.

 

Cabinet children: 1922

Cabinet children: 1922

The children of U.S. cabinet members at Easter, April 1922. Photo from the National Photo Company collection. View full size.

 

Blacksmith: c. 1900

Blacksmith: c. 1900

Two children talk to a blacksmith standing in the doorway of his forge. Photograph by Frances S. Allen, c. 1900. View full size.

 

Bill and Hattie: 1922

Bill and Hattie: 1922

Bill Snyder and Hattie at the Central Park elephant house in 1922. View full size. 5x7 glass negative, George Grantham Bain Collection.

 

Urban Elephant: 1923

Urban Elephant: 1923

December 5, 1923. Probably Washington, D.C. View full size. 4x5 glass negative, National Photo Company Collection, Library of Congress.

 
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