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11 Southern Pictures 1900 - 1941

 
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Circa 1905. "Ohio River levee at Louisville, Kentucky." Note the "U.S. Life Saving Station."

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February 1912. "Henry, 10-year-old oyster shucker who does five pots of oysters a day. Works before school, after school, and Saturdays. Been working three years. Maggioni Canning Co., Port Royal, South Carolina."

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January 1939. "Packing cabbages in truck to go to market, from small truck farm of man from North Carolina. Near Belle Glade, Florida." Bare Beach was an agricultural outpost on the southern shore of Lake Okeechobee.

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Richmond, Virginia, circa 1912. "Main Street, west from 11th." Featuring That Guy.

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January 1941. "Old buildings in New Orleans." Custom Buttons and "Sandwiches of All Kind."

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The sternwheeler City St. Joseph on the Mississippi River circa 1910. "Unloading cotton on the levee. Memphis, Tennessee."

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1938. "Smith Furnace, office, Lincoln County, North Carolina." A relic of the charcoal-iron industry, with its forges and furnaces, that grew up in the years after the Revolutionary War.

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New Orleans circa 1903. "Old Spanish courtyard." Is the bar open yet?

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Circa 1900. "U.S.S. Texas discharging ammunition." The Navy battleship nicknamed "Old Hoodoo."

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January 1939. "Small truck farmer from North Carolina. His neck was broken and is in a brace. Near Belle Glade, Florida." And then he found work as a meme.

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February 1912. "Henry, 10-year-old oyster shucker who does five pots of oysters a day. Works before school, after school, and Saturdays. Been working three years. Maggioni Canning Co., Port Royal, South Carolina."
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