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Food Relief During the Great Depression

Food Relief During the Great Depression Social Studies American History Visual Arts

Unemployed people, who could not afford to buy food, formed long lines as private funds were used to help the hungry.  This photo depicts a New York City breadline, circa 1932. 


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Photo, of New York City breadline, was taken circa February, 1932.  It is now maintained at the FDR Library.  Image online, courtesy U.S. National Archives.

 

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