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From the website, "These images, by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations. The photographs and captions are the property of the Library of Congress and were included in a 2006 exhibit Bound for Glory: America in Color."

"The Faro Caudill family eating dinner in their dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico, October Reproduction from color slide. Photo by Russell Lee. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress" (Daily Mail)

Warenausgabe:  Verteilung überschüssiger Lebensmittel an Bedürftige im Oktober...

Distributing surplus commodities in St Johns, Arizona, October 1940 Library of Congress Color photos from the Great Depression Distributing surplus commodities in St Johns, Arizona, October 1940

Life in the 1940s is captured in these telling photographs by a number of photographers, including Russell Lee, Jack Delano, Fenoo Jacobs, Arthur Rothstein, and John Vachon. The photos tell the stories of ordinary Americans while living in rural areas during the 1940s. ‘It was during that time that democracy and capitalism was embraced whilst […]

Photographs of rural American life during the 1940s

Homesteader and his children eating barbeque at the New Mexico Fair. Pie Town, New Mexico, October Reproduction from color slide. Photo by Russell Lee. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress

Eyes of the Great Depression 077. Wife of evicted sharecropper.    This photo was taken in New Madrid County, Missouri in January, 1939 by Farm Security Administration photographer Arthur Rothstein.    Part of Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Photograph Collection at the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Eyes of the Great Depression Wife of evicted sharecropper. This photo was taken in New Madrid County, Missouri in January, 1939 by Farm Security Administration photographer Arthur Rothstein.

The Great Depression in the USA

A girl stands in front of bureau in shack home in Tin Town, Caruthersville, Missouri in August // Probably she was the same age that my great grandma Maria was that year, 15 years old.

Tudor portrait correctly identified as Catherine of Aragon, after experts notice Henry VIII's wife was wearing the wrong clothes.  The portrait  was left on display at Lambeth Palace, where scholars assumed it was Henry VIII’s sixth wife Catherine Parr.  The two paintings will now be hung together for the first time in the National Portrait Gallery, nearly 500 years after they were painted.

Tudor portrait re-identified after experts notice Henry VIII's wife was wearing the wrong clothes

A Tudor portrait thought to show Henry VIII’s last wife Catherine Parr actually depicts his first, the National Portrait Gallery have said, after experts notice she was wearing the wrong clothes.

I have trouble with sensory sensitivity in relation to food.  It's become less severe as I've got older, but there are some foods I just can't handle at all.  Sadly it tends to be the healthiest foods - raw fruit and vegetables - that cause the most trouble, while artery-clogging deep fried carbohydrates generally go down OK.  Every person with sensory issues will have their own unique triggers, but these are mine...

"Homesteader feeding his daughter at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair free barbeque Photographer: Russell Lee; Date: 1940 October; Location: Pie Town, New Mexico, USA

Dorothea Lange - Nipomo, California, 1936

Dorothea Lange - Nipomo, California, 1936

American exorcist Theophilus Riesinger fought with Lucifer in a grueling 1928 demonic possession in a rural Iowa. http://www.cultofweird.com/paranormal/wisconsin-exorcist-theophilus-riesinger/

The Most Horrific Publicized Exorcism in American History

America's foremost exorcist, Theophilus Riesinger, faced off with Lucifer himself in the grueling 1928 case of demonic possession in a rural Iowa convent.

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Great Depression Food Lines | ... face of the Great Depression by Michael Cannon (Loch Haven Books

Historical background about the Great Depression and how families survived through frugality and food consciousness.

Serial Killer Statistics. Here are some things that might suprise you... or not. http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/serial-killer-statistics

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"Saying grace before the barbeque dinner at the New Mexico Fair. Pie Town, New Mexico, October Reproduction from color slide. Photo by Russell Lee. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress" (Denver Post)

Lois Heather Mack, 19, and Tommy Schaefer, 21 Murdered Sheila Von Wiese Mack at The St. Regis Hotel in Nusa Dua, Bali, and Stuffed her body into a suitcase.

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Lois Heather Mack, and Tommy Schaefer, 21 Murdered her mom wealthy patron to the arts socialite Sheila Von Wiese Mack at The St. Regis Hotel in Nusa Dua, Bali, and Stuffed her body into a suitcase.

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