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Rhode Island. Bank note. Two dollars

The Middletown Mercury. Two Dollars a years in advance. Largest Circulation in the County, Job Printing. ; M. S. Stivers. ; Office Orange County Press. ; J. W. Slauson.

The heaven that Sir Oliver and Sir Arthur report is the heaven imagined by fat-headed old women who love the dark and two dollars

Two dollars a mile on China airmail. PMG James A. Farley, left, receives a bid from Warren Juan Trippe, President of Pan American Airways, for $2 a mile for an 800 pound loan of mail from San Francisco to China. The route is via Honolulu and Manila covering 16,000 miles. 10/21/35

Two dollars a mile on China airmail. PMG James A. Farley, left, receives a bid from Warren Juan Trippe, President of Pan American Airways, for $2 a mile for an 800 pound loan of mail from San Francisco to China. The route is via Honolulu and Manila covering 16,000 miles. 102135

Man salvaging coal; they receive ten cents per hundred pound sack or two dollars a ton, one man can make from ten to twenty sacks a day, Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Man salvaging coal; they receive ten cents per hundred pound sack or two dollars a ton, one man can make from ten to twenty sacks a day, Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Pennsylvania photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Man salvaging coal; they receive ten cents per hundred pound sack or two dollars a ton, one man can make from ten to twenty sacks a day, Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information photo.

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Coal gatherer at Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania. He receives ten cents per 100 pounds and makes between one and two dollars a day

Rural rehabilitation, Tulare County, California. This family had been on relief. They are now re-established on a small farm, where their cash outlay for food is about two dollars and fifty cents a week for a family of seven

Rural rehabilitation, Tulare County, California. This family had been on relief. They are now re-established on a small farm, where their cash outlay for food is about two dollars and fifty cents a week for a family of seven

Rural rehabilitation, Tulare County, California. This family had been on relief. They are now re-established on a small farm, where their cash outlay for food is about two dollars and fifty cents a week for a family of seven

Small sawmill, Childs, Florida, owned by "wealthy" man, Mr. Warren in Fort Meade, Florida. Negro workers build their own shacks out of old lumber from around there, work ten hours a day for two dollars, six days a week. The children don't go to school

Small sawmill, Childs, Florida. Owned by "wealthy" man, Mr. Warren, in Fort Meade, Florida. Negro workers build their own shacks out of old lumber from around there, work ten hours a day for two dollars, six days a week. The children don't go to school

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Company doctor (West Virginia coal town) examining patient. Miners pay two dollars a month for medical care. Kempton, West Virginia

Company doctor (West Virginia coal town) examining patient. Miners pay two dollars a month for medical care. Kempton, West Virginia

Small sawmill, Childs, Florida. Owned by "wealthy" man, Mr. Warren, in Fort Meade, Florida. Negro workers build their own shacks out of old lumber from around there, work ten hours a day for two dollars, six days a week. The children don't go to school

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Army contributes first to the tambourine (two dollars), outside contribution about seventy-five cents, all from drunks and the like

Highway City, California, near Fresno. See general caption. Family from Oklahoma; have been in California for six years, have been migratory workers now on Works Progress Administration (WPA) from which they may be cut off at the opening of the 1939 harvest. Their house represents one of many similar structures, which they are attempting to construct by their own efforts on poor land, for which they are paying a few dollars a month out of the WPA budget. Their light bill is two dollars a month. Water bill one dollar a month, kerosene for cooking five dollars per month, approximately. They own a 1929 Ford. "The cheapest thing for the government to do would be to put people like me on enough land to make a living on. You can't tell me anything about running around with the fruit, I know that deal. You are lucky if you make enough to get home. I'm not a kickin', I'm being tuk care of, but if I should live to be hundred this way I'm not getting ahead noways."

Highway City, California, near Fresno. See general caption. Family from Oklahoma; have been in California for six years, have been migratory workers now on Works Progress Administration (WPA) from which they may be cut off at the opening of the 1939 harvest. Their house represents one of many similar structures, which they are attempting to construct by their own efforts on poor land, for which they are paying a few dollars a month out of the WPA budget. Their light bill is two dollars a month. Water bill one dollar a month, kerosene for cooking five dollars per month, approximately. They own a 1929 Ford. "The cheapest thing for the government to do would be to put people like me on enough land to make a living on. You can't tell me anything about running around with the fruit, I know that deal. You are lucky if you make enough to get home. I'm not a kickin', I'm being tuk care of, but if I should live to be hundred this way I'm not getting ahead noways."

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Army contributes first to the tambourine (two dollars), outside contribution about seventy-five cents, all from drunks and the like

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Small sawmill, Childs, Florida, owned by "wealthy" man, Mr. Warren in Fort Meade, Florida. Negro workers build their own shacks out of old lumber from around there, work ten hours a day for two dollars, six days a week. The children don't go to school

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Army contributes first to the tambourine (two dollars), outside contribution about seventy-five cents, all from drunks and the like

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Jones Trailer Camp where army men and construction workers and their families live. They pay two dollars and fifty cents weekly for space only. One said "It's nothing but a mud hole, only running water, you can't find a decent place to live in Columbus, and nobody will allow children in their homes--it's a shame. We was all children once. Most folks got children."

New sign in front of trailer park, and Itinerant photographer's trailer on highway near Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia. Mr. W.T. Mullis owns property and grocery store and rents trailer space for two dollars a week to construction workers and Army men

Jones Trailer Camp where Army men and construction workers and their families live. They pay two dollars and fifty cents weekly for space only. One said "It's nothing but a mud hole, only running wate, you can't find a decent place to live in Columbus and nobody will allow children in their homes. It's a shame. We was all children once. Most folks got children."

Trailer and tent-camp at Mission Valley, California, which is about three miles from San Diego. The charge for pitching tents in this camp is two dollars and fifty cents per week and rental fee entitles campers to electricity and use of sanitary facilities, shower and toilet. Electric washing machines are rented by the camp owner

New sign in front of trailer park, and Itinerant photographer's trailer on highway near Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia. Mr. W.T. Mullis owns property and grocery store and rents trailer space for two dollars a week to construction workers and Army men

Trailer and tent-camp at Mission Valley, California, which is about three miles from San Diego. The charge for pitching tents in this camp is two dollars and fifty cents per week and rental fee entitles campers to electricity and use of sanitary facilities, shower and toilet. Electric washing machines are rented by the camp owner

Trailer and car belonging to Paul Knight, construction worker at Fort Benning building new barracks. He pays two dollars for trailer space (only) in W.T. Willis' backyard, is from Stone Mountain, Atlanta, Georgia. He said the bad roads were one of the worst problems around there and agreed that things generally were bad and the government had better do something about it soon

Mr. Luigi De Angelis, who works in Belair Construction job building defense housing project. He came from Lexington, Virginia and lives alone in trailer and pays two dollars a week for space and electricity in yard of local boarding house on highway near Fort Benning, Georgia

Children looking out of trailer window. Trailer where C.E. Childre and family live in highway about three miles from Fort Benning. He is an auto mechanic and came up to Columbus, Georgia two weeks ago from Albany, Georgia and now works at Columbus Motor Company. They couldn't find any other place to live so had to get a trailer. They pay two dollars a week for space in W.T. Mullis' backyard. Never lived in a trailer before, don't like it, difficult with children and wet weather

Men on car by tents. Construction workers in front of tents. Names: William Allen Jones, Fort Benning, Paul Knight, Fort Benning, J.F. Goza, C.D. Brownlee and B.I. Juhan. For space only in W.T. Mullis' backyard they pay two dollars a week. Two of them are now working at Fort Benning and others the Williams Construction Company, building foundations for new barracks, got laid off couple of weeks ago for indefinite time. They all came from Stone Mountain, Atlanta, Georgia, where they worked on WPA (Work Projects Administration). Some have been here one month. One said "There's something crooked in this here job--some men have worked every day seven days a week and others get no work at all. It's a dirty shame and the government ought to know about these conditions and see what goes on. It's awful bad."

Mr. Luigi De Angelis, who works in Belair Construction job building defense housing project. He came from Lexington, Virginia and lives alone in trailer and pays two dollars a week for space and electricity in yard of local boarding house on highway near Fort Benning, Georgia

Metal shelters, tents, trailers of construction workers and Army families. Metal shelters rent for ten dollars a month, and trailer space is two dollars a week. Near Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia

Metal shelters, tents, trailers of construction workers and Army families. Metal shelters rent for ten dollars a month, and trailer space is two dollars a week. Near Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia

Trailer and car belonging to Paul Knight, construction worker at Fort Benning building new barracks. He pays two dollars for trailer space (only) in W.T. Willis' backyard, is from Stone Mountain, Atlanta, Georgia. He said the bad roads were one of the worst problems around there and agreed that things generally were bad and the government had better do something about it soon

Tent of a workman and his family. Umatilla ordnance depot, Hermiston, Oregon. Tents with a bedspring in them rent for two dollars a night

Tent of a workman and his family. Umatilla ordnance depot, Hermiston, Oregon. Tents with a bedspring in them rent for two dollars a night

Chevy Chase, Maryland. Mrs. Harper, who runs a tourist home at 5530 Wisconsin Avenue. She charges two dollars to two dollars and fifty cents a night and most guests stay until they find an apartment, because it is cheaper than hotels in town

Chevy Chase, Maryland. Mrs. Harper, who runs a tourist home at 5530 Wisconsin Avenue. She charges two dollars to two dollars and fifty cents a night and most guests stay until they find an apartment, because it is cheaper than hotels in town

Chevy Chase, Maryland. Sign at the Harper's tourist home, just over the district line in Maryland, lit up in the evening to attract motoring guests. Most guests are Washington workers who stay there until they find an apartment. It costs two dollars to two dollars and fifty cents a night and is cheaper than hotels in town

Middle River, a small crossroads in the vicinity of Baltimore, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project (later administered by the National Housing Agency) for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mrs. Cecil C. Irp having her child examined by Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer camp doctor, who holds regular office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit daily

Middle River, a small crossroads in the vicinity of Baltimore, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project (later administered by the National Housing Agency) for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mrs. Cecil C. Irp having her child examined by Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer camp doctor who holds regular office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit daily

Middle River, a small crossroads in the vicinity of Baltimore, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project (later administered by the National Housing Agency) for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mrs. Cecil C. Irp having her child examined by Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer camp doctor, who holds regular office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit daily

Middle River, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mothers and fathers with their children waiting to see Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer doctor who holds daily office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit

Middle River, a small crossroads in the vicinity of Baltimore, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project (later administered by the National Housing Agency) for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mrs. Cecil C. Irp having her child examined by Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer camp doctor who holds regular office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit daily

Middle River, Maryland. FSA (Farm Security Administration) housing project for Glenn L. Martin aircraft workers. Mothers and fathers with their children waiting to see Dr. P.R. Estep, trailer doctor who holds daily office hours at two dollars and fifty cents per visit

Albert Schafer, eight year old newsboy who usually begins at 8:00 A.M. Sundays. Sells some on week-days. Is a cripple. Makes one to two dollars a day. Location: Austin, Texas

Coal gatherer at Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania. He receives ten cents per 100 pounds and makes between one and two dollars a day

Albert Schafer, eight year old newsboy who usually begins at 8:00 A.M. Sundays. Sells some on week-days. Is a cripple. Makes one to two dollars a day. Location: Austin, Texas

Coal gatherer at Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania. He receives ten cents per 100 pounds and makes between one and two dollars a day

Rhode Island. Bank note. Two dollars

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Army contributes first to the tambourine (two dollars), outside contribution about seventy-five cents, all from drunks and the like

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Loading truck in sugar beet field. Average wage of field worker: two dollars and fifty cents per day and dinner and supper during topping. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon

Coal gatherer at Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania. He receives ten cents per 100 pounds and makes between one and two dollars a day

Coal gatherer at Nanty Glo, Pennsylvania. He receives ten cents per 100 pounds and makes between one and two dollars a day

Albert Schafer, eight year old newsboy who usually begins at 8:00 A.M. Sundays. Sells some on week-days. Is a cripple. Makes one to two dollars a day. Location: Austin, Texas.

Albert Schafer, eight year old newsboy who usually begins at 8:00 A.M. Sundays. Sells some on week-days. Is a cripple. Makes one to two dollars a day. Location: Austin, Texas.