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January Collection: 1 Jan 1930

1 Jan 1930 Collection
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Background imageJanuary Collection: Medical missionary in China

Medical missionary in China treating a patient. Card published c1930

Background imageJanuary Collection: American Depression 1930s: Shanty town

American Depression 1930s: Shanty town
The American Depression 1930s: Thousands of jobless lived in shanty towns nicknamed Hoovervilles, earning a few cents a day sorting bottles and cans

Background imageJanuary Collection: USSR 1930, Wilhelm Pieck (1876 - 1960)

USSR 1930, Wilhelm Pieck (1876 - 1960)
USSR 1930. Wilhelm Pieck (1876 - 1960), German communist statesman and President of the German Democratic Republic (1949 - 1960)

Background imageJanuary Collection: French Air Force Poster

French Air Force Poster
Poster advertising for pilots to join the French Air Force from the age of 17 years

Background imageJanuary Collection: Joseph Stalin (1879 - 1953)

Joseph Stalin (1879 - 1953) Soviet leader, addressing the Sixteenth Congress of the Russian Communist Party, 1930. This was the last Congress to be dominated by the original leaders of the Party

Background imageJanuary Collection: American Depression 1930s

American Depression 1930s
The American Depression - 1930s. Apple vendors stood at street corners in almost every city, trying to eke out a meagre living for their families

Background imageJanuary Collection: American Depression 1930s

American Depression 1930s
The American Depression - 1930s. Children faced starvation when local relief funds were exhausted and there was no work for their parents. Emergency food depots were set up

Background imageJanuary Collection: American Depression 1930 s

American Depression 1930 s
The American Depression 1930 s. What We Need is a New Pump, cartoon on Franklin Delano Roosevelts New Deal and the pump priming deficits

Background imageJanuary Collection: National Recovery Agency

National Recovery Agency which operated in the United States during the 1930s Depression. " Blue Eagle" window card, displayed by storekeepers when the NRA started

Background imageJanuary Collection: American Depression: Camp outside Washington

American Depression: Camp outside Washington
The American Depression: Camp outside Washington of the ex - servicemen who marched on the city asking for the bonuses promised to them to be paid in a lump sum

Background imageJanuary Collection: Tornado striking town, United States, 1930s

Tornado striking town, United States, 1930s
Tornado striking a town in the Mid - West of the USA, 1930s

Background imageJanuary Collection: Building stock water dam, United States, 1930

Building stock water dam, United States, 1930
Building a stock water dam, Pennington County, South Dakota, USA, during the 1930s

Background imageJanuary Collection: Actress Lillian Gish, 1930

Actress Lillian Gish, 1930

Background imageJanuary Collection: Chester Road, 1930

Chester Road, 1930

Background imageJanuary Collection: Mussolinis propaganda books against jewish people

Mussolinis propaganda books against jewish people

Background imageJanuary Collection: Gandhi during Salt March

Gandhi during Salt March


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