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Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era

 
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Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era
It was an era that defined a generation. The Great Depression marked the bitter and abrupt end to the post-World War 1 bubble that left America giddy with promise in the 1920s. Near the end of the 1930s the country was beginning to recover from the crash, but many in small towns and rural areas were still poverty-stricken. These rare photographs are some of the few documenting those iconic years in colour.

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Re: Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era
Thanks Lucky
I enjoyed that !!


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Thanks Lucky
I enjoyed that !!


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Very unique. Thank you.
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Wow... loved it. Thanks so much for sharing!!
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bump Thanks for posting.
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Nice post & picts, thank you.
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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I love old pictures and these with color are really interesting. 5 stars
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Beautiful pictures hf
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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I ain't buying that one!
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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It costs money to look beautiful.
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Indeed.

Great pics, thanks for posting.
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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I must admit the last picture, though all children are beautiful, had me thinking that perhaps people didn't travel too far to find a spouse, and perhaps looked closer to their own backyard. Kissing cousins or worse perhaps.
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Awesome!
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It was an era that defined a generation. The Great Depression marked the bitter and abrupt end to the post-World War 1 bubble that left America giddy with promise in the 1920s. Near the end of the 1930s the country was beginning to recover from the crash, but many in small towns and rural areas were still poverty-stricken. These rare photographs are some of the few documenting those iconic years in colour.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Thanks for sharing . I enjoyed seeing those !
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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I must admit the last picture, though all children are beautiful, had me thinking that perhaps people didn't travel too far to find a spouse, and perhaps looked closer to their own backyard. Kissing cousins or worse perhaps.
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Re: Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era
Nice sky in the background of many pictures. No chemtrails.

The good ol days.
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So much more immersive than Black and White pictures!

Tragedy we didn't have color photography from the get-go, would've loved to seen 19th century stuff in color.
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Thanks for sharing.
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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Yeah, and back then they still knew how to make do with very little.

It's not going to be so photogenic this time...
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Re: Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era
It was an era that defined a generation. The Great Depression marked the bitter and abrupt end to the post-World War 1 bubble that left America giddy with promise in the 1920s. Near the end of the 1930s the country was beginning to recover from the crash, but many in small towns and rural areas were still poverty-stricken. These rare photographs are some of the few documenting those iconic years in colour.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Luckystrike


I've seen these "rare" and "recently released" depression photos about 30 different times now, going back several years. wtf

Who's releasing this same thing over and over, and what's it leading up to? wtf
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these are old. got any dancing babies to go with these?
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The color pics seem more hopeful, less sad in some way.
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these are amazing lucky! thanks so much hearts
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Nice pictures! Thanks for sharing.hf
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Man, they were some ugly motherfuckers back then, huh?
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It costs money to look beautiful.
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No it doesn't. Your idea of beautiful has just been distorted by television and other western cultured bullshit.
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Cool, thanks!

How come a UK paper published these instead of a US one????
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Re: Rare color photographs of the Great Depression Era
It was an era that defined a generation. The Great Depression marked the bitter and abrupt end to the post-World War 1 bubble that left America giddy with promise in the 1920s. Near the end of the 1930s the country was beginning to recover from the crash, but many in small towns and rural areas were still poverty-stricken. These rare photographs are some of the few documenting those iconic years in colour.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Luckystrike


I've seen these "rare" and "recently released" depression photos about 30 different times now, going back several years. wtf

Who's releasing this same thing over and over, and what's it leading up to? wtf
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I have seen these many time before as well. They are prepping us for the future...
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Cool, thanks!

How come a UK paper published these instead of a US one????
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