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10 Southern Pictures 1905 - 1943

 
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July 1939. "Mr. Whitfield, tobacco sharecropper, with baby on front porch. North Carolina, Person County, near Gordonton." Happy Father's Day from Shorpy!

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Spring 1937. "This family without food and work about to be returned to Oklahoma by the Relief Administration. They have lost a baby as a result of exposure during the winter. Had to sell their tent and car to buy food. Neideffer Camp, Holtville, Imperial Valley, California."

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Vicksburg, Mississippi, circa 1909. "View along Washington Street."

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July 1943. "Rockville, Maryland (vicinity). Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, at dinner with the family." Including, at left, 16-year-old Charles Stiles.

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Circa 1906. "Mobile, Alabama -- Government Street." Look out, kids -- it's the Detroit Publishing photographer!

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December 1908. "Catawba Cotton Mills. Newton, N.C.

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February 1937. "Missouri family of five, seven months from the drought area. 'Broke, baby sick, car trouble.' U.S. 99 near Tracy, California."

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May 1937. "One of three related Oklahoma drought refugee families on the highway near Lordsburg, New Mexico, going to Roswell to chop cotton."

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Circa 1905. "Sorting cotton -- Atlantic Cotton Compress Co., Pensacola, Florida."

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Circa 1935. "Wigwam -- Chula, Virginia. Gov. Giles home and old Harrison Academy."
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