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Exploring Georgetown in 1935: Fascinating Photos Taken by Carl Mydans

Explore Georgetown in 1935 through the lens of Carl Mydans, a photographer who worked for Life Magazine and the Farm Security Administration. See photos of children playing on the street and the poverty of the Great Depression.
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Poor white hallway, Georgetown, D.C. Seldom do these people have even the desire to clear up rubbish, and the broom shown here seems to be out of place

The hallway above is looking a bit rough for sure. The label and commentary on the photo seems a bit unnecessary though, “seldom to these people have even the desire to clear up rubbish.”

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