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she has the kind of tan that says “i played outside as a kid”
Father and daughter. Durning the Great Depression I believe. I think they were cotton farmers?
You just get the feeling that life for these people was pretty hard.
Do these two have historical significance? Serious question, I’ve never heard of them
I finished watching Ken Burns “The Roosevelt’s” a few weeks ago. Showed tons of images like this one. It covered quite a bit of the depression (obviously). We really don’t understand just how bad it was. It came closer to bringing down our system of government (and capitalism) than I had any clue of.
Even our poorest today are better off than most of that era.
Could model clothes? https://i.imgur.com/XblLRRv.jpg
father and daughter or boyfriend and girlfriend too?
Basic info: [https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/282778](https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/282778)
At age 10, she could pick 150 lbs of cotton a day.
There’s something about the lines faces of people who have worked hard and seen tough times. Don’t see that as much in the U.S. anymore…