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STOCK MARKET CRASH.
An unlucky speculator, one Walter Thornton of New York, offering to sell his roadster after the stock market crash: oil over a photograph, Oct. 30, 1929.
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CARTOON: GREAT DEPRESSION,
1934. 'Go back to earth - there's an unemployment problem here.' Cartoon on the Great Depression. Cartoon by Otto Soglow, c1934.
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COAL MINER'S FAMILY, 1938.
Mother, wife and baby of unemployed coal miner, Marine, West Virginia. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, September 1938.
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LABOR POSTER, 1935.
'We Demand the National Textile Act.' Unpublished poster, 1935, by Ben Shahn, of which only a single copy is believed to have been produced.
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MEMPHIS: UNEMPLOYED, 1938.
Part of the daily lineup of unemployed men waiting outside the office of the State Employment Service in Memphis, Tennessee. Photographed by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.
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RAILROAD COLLISION, 1853.
Railroad accident at Paterson, New Jersey, involving the collision of two locomotives. Wood engraving from a newspaper of 1853.
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SOCIAL.
German Empire Kingdom Prussia Rhine-Province Duesseldorf: Settlement Heinfeld near Duesseldorf resident in unemployed settlement in front of his house - Photographer: Lotte Errell - ca. 1933 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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DISASTER.
Munich Air Disaster 1958 took place on February 6, 1958, when the British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off from a slush-covered runway at the Munich-Riem airport in Germany. On board the plane was the Manchester United football team along with a number of supporters and journalists. Twenty-three of the 44 pass
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CARTOON: STOCK MARKET, 1929. 'Sold Out.' Cartoon from the New York 'World' on the day after the beginning of the Wall Street Stock Market Crash. Cartoon by Rollin Kirby, 25 October 1929.
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CARTOON: WALL STREET, 1929.
'Tail Holt.' Wall Street out of control in early October 1929, a prescient cartoon published in 'The New York World', three weeks before the beginning of the stock market crash on October 24, 1929. Cartoon by Kirby Rollin, 1929.
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MEMPHIS: BEALE ST., 1974.
View down Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph, 1974.
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JESSE JACKSON (1941- ).
American civil rights leader. Jackson (center, without jacket) at an Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) demonstration for jobs and higher wages, Chicago, Illinois, 1973.
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WWII: CRASH LANDING, 1945.
The pilot of a U.S. Navy F6F Hellcat escapes after a crash landing on the USS Lexington aircraft carrier, 1945.
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SILENT FILM: AUTOMOBILES.
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PATRONAT.
leaders of employers pooling Jean Meidinger Francois Eyrac Pierre Brunet and Francois Piketty signing agreements between employers and trade unions about unemployed people over 60 in France, march 27 1972. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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PORFIRIO RUBIROSA.
Porfirio Rubirosa's Ferrari car after the car crash that caused his death in the Boulogne wood, France july 05, 1965. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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BANK PANIC CARTOON, 1873.
'Out of the Ruins.' Thomas Nast's depiction of President Ulysses S. Grant as the nation's financial saviour following 'Black Friday,' 19 September 1873.
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CARTOON: GREAT DEPRESSION, 1932. 'A Wise Economist Asks a Question.' Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoon on the financial hardships resulting from bank failures during the Great Depression. Cartoon by John T. McCutcheon, 1932.
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SILENT FILM STILL: ACCIDENTS.
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PENNSYLVANIA: FLOOD, 1911.
A view of Austin, Pennsylvania, after the failure of the dam in 1911. Photograph, 1911.
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WALL STREET CRASH, 1929.
'Tail Holt.' Wall Street out of control in early October 1929, a prescient cartoon by Rollin Kirby published in 'The New York World', three weeks before the beginning of the stock market crash on October 24, 1929.
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NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
Two members of the Civilian Conservation Corps, from New York City, sawing through timber to be used in the construction of a mess hall, 3 July 1933.
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LABOR CARTOON, c1927.
American cartoon, c1927, by Art Young for an Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) leaflet on labor-saving devices as a cause of unemployment.
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CRUIKSHANK: TEMPERANCE.
'Unable to Obtain Employment, They Are Driven by Poverty into the Streets to Beg, and by This Means They Still Supply the Bottle.' Etching, 1847, by George Cruikshank from his series, 'The Bottle' Plate IV, on temperance and the evils of drink.
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WORLD WAR II: WOUNDED.
A Red Cross jeep carrying wounded soldiers drives across the Caen Canal bridge in Normandy, France, during the Allied invasion, June 1944. Crashed gliders can be seen in the background.
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NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
Members of one of the first units of Civilian Conservation Corps recruits clearing ground to set up a campsite, at the start of a reforestation project in a section of George Washington National Forest near Luray, Virginia, 18 April 1933.
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MAIL BALLOON CRASH, 1870.
Paul Rolier's mail carrying balloon falling into the North Sea, on its way from Paris to Norway during the Franco-Prussian War, 1870. American newspaper engraving.
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GERMAN REARMAMENT, 1935.
'What Depression?' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1935, on the increased activity of armament and munitions factories in Germany's Ruhr Valley.
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ENGLAND: COTTON FAMINE.
The home of a Manchester mill worker during the cotton famine in England following the Union blockade of Confederate ports during the American Civil War. Wood engraving, English, 1862.
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BANK PANIC, 1884.
Wall Street, New York City, during the panic of 1884 caused by the sudden failure of the Grant and Ward Bank: contemporary colored engraving.
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NATIONAL RECOVERY ACT, 1933.
Cartoon, c1934, by Otto Soglow, on how difficult it was for business to comply with the National Recovery Act of 1933.
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FIREFIGHTER TRAINING, 1952.
A fire on an F6F fighter plane is extinguished during firefighter training exercises, 1952.
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WORLD WAR I: PLANE CRASH.
Wreckage of a German fighter plane piloted by Lieutenant Kirsch at the Stenay Airfield in France during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
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CENSUS PRINTING, 1937.
A printer at the Government Printing Office inspecting a questionnaire for the Unemployment Census. Photograph, 7 October 1937.
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ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
Germany, 20th century. England's Absicht: Geschlossen Wegen Mangel an Arbeit. Propaganda poster by Egon Tschirch (1889-1948). Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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HISTORY.
The barricade, painting by Ernest Meissonier (1815-1891) depicting a Parisian scene from the 1848 Revolution. France, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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CARTOON: BANK PANIC, 1873.
'The "Long" and "Short" of it is a General "Bust" up in the Street.' Cartoon comment on Wall Street's Black Friday, 19 September 1873, caused by the bankruptcy of government bond agent Jay Cooke & Company, backer of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1873.
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CARTOON: WALL STREET CRASH, 1929. Brokers line up to throw themselves out of the window after the stock market crash of 29 October 1929. Cartoon, 1929.
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COLLISION AND FIRE.
The tanker USS Mission San Francisco aflame after the collision on the Delaware River with the Liberian freighter 'Elna,' 7 March 1957.
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OREGON: LUMBERJACK, 1939.
An unemployed lumberjack with his wife in a migrant workers camp for the bean harvest, Marion County, Oregon. The man has his social security number tattooed on his arm. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August 1939.
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