Bowery bread line, Feb 7. 1910
Italian district democratic headquarters, Omaha, Nebraska, 1938
Children working in berry field. Tersea, front, carrying peck of cranberries (15 pounds). New Jersey, Sept. 29, 1910.
British recruitment posters, 1915
Abandoned boy holding a stuffed animal amid ruins following German aerial bombing of London, 1945
Young boy collects discarded newspapers in Union Square to sell to store keepers, New York, July 1910
Floyd and Allie Burroughs, sharecroppers, Alabama, 1936
The marble bank and Bisbee building, Jacksonville Florida, 1909
Wall Street bombing, September 16, 1920
Thirty-eight people and one horse were killed, while another hundred and forty-three were injured. The bombing was believed to be the work of the Italian Galleanist anarchists, attempting to strike back for the arrests of Sacco and Venzetti, alleged Italian anarchists who had indicted for robbery and murder two days prior to the bombing, although this was never proven conclusively. Other suspects included the IWW, the Union of Russian Workers, and, more vaguely, communists in general.