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0117626
LABOR MOVEMENT, 1938.
Marian Hepburn, sister of actress Katherine Hepburn and member of the United Federal Workers of America, posts a flyer on a bulletin board near a calendar with a portrait of labor leader John L. Lewis, December 1937.
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0171186
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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0171185
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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0001901
CIVIL WAR: BLACK TROOPS.
The Negro in the Federal Army as depicted in a French newspaper of 1864.
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0007220
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Jobs for Girls and Women.' Work Progress Administration poster for the Illinois State Employment Service, c1940, by Albert M. Bender.
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0172723
NATIVE AMERICAN STORE, 1971.
A Native American silversmith discussing business problems with Edgar Wade, a SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) volunteer, outside his crafts store on Valencia Street in San Francisco, California. Photographed by Susan Biddle, 1971.
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0007219
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Work With Care.' American poster for the Works Progress Administration. Woodblock, by Robert Muchley, c1936.
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0031917
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Work Promotes Confidence.'
Poster for Works Progress Administration 1936-1941, encouraging laborers to gain confidence from their work, showing stylized man holding hammer.
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0120229
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Low Rent - Woodhill Homes, 2567 Woodhill Road.' American poster for the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority promoting low income housing. Silkscreen by Earl Schuler, 1936.
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0115701
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Training Center for Household Employees.' American poster showing a domestic worker carrying a tray. The poster ran between 1936 and 1941 for the Works Progress Adminstration's Household Service Demonstration Project. Silkscreen by Cleo Sara, 1936.
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0172722
STUDENT VOLUNTEER, 1972.
Florencio Arciniega, Jr. (right), a college student working for the Arizona State Employment Service under the federal UYA (University Year for ACTION) program, speaking with Antonio Gomez, a maintenance worker for the Chicano rights organization La Raza Unida, in the border town of Douglas, Arizona, 1972.
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0171188
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1940.
Two members of the Civilian Conservation Corps standing beside a sign in Holly Springs National Forest in northern Mississippi, 11 April 1940, marking some of the area that had been replanted by the C.C.C. over the previous five years.
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0171184
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
One of the first units of Civilian Conservation Corps recruits entering a section of George Washington National Forest near Luray, Virginia, to begin a reforestation project, 18 April 1933.
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0077476
FAIR EMPLOYMENT CARTOON.
'Listen, maestro...if you want to get real harmony, use the black keys as well as the white!': American cartoon by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) for 'PM', 29 June 1942, on the Roosevelt administration's policy of denying federal contracts to companies that practiced racial discrimination in employment during World War II.
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0176061
JOB CORPS VOLUNTEERS, c1970.
Construction workers from the Oconaluftee Job Corps Center in the town of Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina, helping to build a community center to be used by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee residing in the area. Photograph by Paul Conklin, c1970.
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0171189
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1940.
As James J. McEntee, director of the Civilian Conservation Corps, observes (second from left), young recruits Fred Steele (right) and James Crotts receive instruction from foreman L.W. Overstreet (left) on how to assemble a crank shaft and connecting rods, at the C.C.C.'s Central Repair Shop in Salem, Virginia, 5 June 1940.
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0176060
CALIFORNIA: NATURE TRAIL.
Conservation workers from the Job Corps center in Toyon, California, helping to build the Shasta Divide Nature Trail in Shasta County, on behalf of the National Park Service. Photographed by A.G. D'Alessandro, 1967, for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior.
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0007221
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'A Young Man's Opportunity.' Works Progress Administration poster for the Civilian Conservation Corps, c1935, by Albert M. Bender.
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0031916
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Work Pays America!' American poster, c1936-39, by Vera Bock for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0120228
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Occupations Related to Mathematics.' American poster promoting occupations that require a background in mathematics. Silkscreen, c1938.
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0259602
OCCUPY WALL STREET, 2012.
Flyer distributed by Occupy Wall Street protesters at Union Square in Manhattan, New York City, referring to the government bailouts that were given to Wall Street firms following the financial crisis of 2008. Collected on 22 March 2012.