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Paramount Pictures Front Gate1932

Great photograph of Paramount Pictures Hollywood front gate. The Limo in front is dropping off a star named Roy. Note gate door is open. and the guard is calling on the intercom.


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Rows of Laundry NYC Apartment 1935

Dated 1935, this Walker Evans style photograph from New York City shows rows of laundry outside an apartment house.  Signs below advertise attractions at the Apollo and Roosevelt Theaters. 


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Shacktown California 1936 - Dorothea Lange

Depression-era photograph taken in a transient shacktown in California by Dorothea Lange, famed photographer for Farm Security Administration photo team. "Newly-built store and trading center typical of the new shacktown community" Riverbank, San Joaquin Valley, California, April 9, 1940.   Lange's photographs show her deep feelings of compassion and respect for the farm workers.  Reprint from the National Archives negative.


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TVA Pickwick Dam 1940's

This artistic phtograph of the generators at the TVA Pickwick Dam is by photographer Charles Krutch of Knoxville, Tennessee.  The image was made sometime in the 1940's and became part of the records for the Tennessee Valley Authority.  This photo has been displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.


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Worker High Atop The Empire State Building 1930
Depression era photograph taken near the top framework of the Empire State Building during it's construction in 1930. The steel worker is perched on a beam high above the streets of New York City. The Chrysler Building can be seen in the background.

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Yale Motorcycle With Sidecar 1926

The first practical, albeit basic, motorcycle was manufactured in 1900; 26 years later, the Yale Motorcycle, complete with padded leather sidecar, represented the dash and elegance of the era.  Sport hunting with motorcycles was popular in the 1920's, and a hunter could access even the most remote, game rich areas on his deceptively rugged, fuel-efficient Yale, regardless of road conditions or availability.  Yale was one of several American manufacturers to close in the 1930's during the Great Depression.


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