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16 Southern Pictures 1903 - 1967

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1939. "Fourth of July near Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Rural filling stations become community centers and general loafing grounds. The men in the baseball suits are on a local team which will play a game nearby. They are called the Cedargrove Team."
July 1939. "Street encounter on a Saturday afternoon. Pittsboro, North Carolina."
July 1939. "Daughter of white tobacco sharecropper at country store. Person County, North Carolina."
May 1938. "John Pope, son of farmer, at Irwinville Farms, Georgia." Indoor plumbing was an improvement for many of the sharecropper families resettled here by the government during the Dust Bowl years of the Great Depression.
April 1938. "Lodge hall in Guilford County, North Carolina." The Jr. O.U.A.M., or Order of United American Mechanics. Which, by the look of things, no longer "meets each 1st & 3rd Sat night."
March 1936, somewhere in Georgia. "Tourist cabins."
April 1938. "Boy on porch of general store. Roseland, Virginia."
May 1938. Irwinville Farms, Georgia. "Mrs. Coleman doing a washing." Slow but steady progress in the science of mechanized laundry.
March 1936. Savannah, Georgia. "Waterfront warehouses."
October 1939. "Saturday afternoon in Clarksdale, Mississippi Delta."
February 1940. Muskogee County, Oklahoma. "Farm boy eating pie which he bought at auction and which was made by the girl with whom he is sitting." Sometimes a delicious cherry pie is only the first course.
February 1943. "Daytona Beach, Florida. Home in the Negro section."
November 1913. New Orleans, Louisiana. "Group of workers in Lane Cotton Mill showing the youngest workers and typical of conditions in New Orleans. Violations of the law are rare."
New Orleans circa 1903. "Old Absinthe House and Bourbon Street."
My mother outside her home in Dallas with our golden retriever Nikki and my dad's 1967 Ford Mustang.
Arlington, Virginia, 1917. "U.S. Army motorcycle and sidecar at Fort Myer."
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