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[Unloading bananas, Mobile, Ala.]
[Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala.]
[Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala.]
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

City Hospital, Mobile, Ala.
[Along the docks, Mobile, Ala.]
[Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Mobile, Alabama]
Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.
[Main building, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama]
Windsor Hotel and Royal Street, Mobile, Ala.
[Welcome shade, cattle study, Mobile, Ala.]
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.
Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

[Entrance to Monroe Park, Mobile, Alabama]
U.S. Marine Hospital, Mobile, Ala.
The Cawthon Hotel
[Mobile, Alabama, yacht club, Monroe Park]
[River packet Jas. T. Staples, Mobile, Alabama]
Mobile Country Club, Mobile, Ala.
Shore at Frascati, Mobile, Ala., The
Alabama Medical College, Mobile, Ala.
[The Carousel, Monroe Park, Mobile, Alabama]
Barton Academy, Mobile, Ala.
[Hotel Bienville, Mobile, Alabama]
[Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala.]
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

[Government Street, looking east, Mobile, Alabama]
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

Bay Shell Road and Mobile Bay, Mobile, Ala.
Y.M.C.A., Mobile, Ala.
[Avenue to grotto, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama]
New Lyric Theatre, Mobile, Ala.
Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of Mobile lobby, Mobile, Alabama

Murals by John Augustus Walker on permanent display in the Museum of M...

John Augustus Walker (1901-1967) was a well-known Alabama Gulf Coast artist of the Depression era who was commissioned to undertake several art projects for the Works Progress Administration. Walker's preferred... More

Toll gate, Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.
Unloading bananas, Mobile, Ala.
Battle House, Mobile, Ala.
On Bay Shell road, Mobile, Alabama

On Bay Shell road, Mobile, Alabama

Copyright 1901 by Detroit Photographic Co. Title from item. Title on inventory list: On Bay Shell road, Mobile. Detroit Publishing Co. no. "51388". Forms part of: Photochrom Print Collection. More information a... More

Bienville Hotel, Mobile, Ala.
Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala.
Royal St., looking south from St. Francis [Street], Mobile, Ala.
The Yacht club pier, Monroe Park, Mobile, Ala.
Panorama of the water front, Mobile, Ala.
Jewish synagogue, Mobile, Ala.
County court house and jail, Mobile, Ala.
A Pretty bit of Monroe Park, Mobile, Ala.
The Cotton docks, Mobile, Ala.
Royal St. [Street], looking north, Mobile, Ala.
The Cotton docks, Mobile, Ala.
The Cross, Bienville Park [i.e. Square], Mobile, Ala.
Government St. [Street], looking west, Mobile, Ala.
Barton Academy, Mobile, Ala.
[Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.]
Bienville Hotel, Mobile, Ala.
Unloading bananas, Mobile, Ala.
Government St., Mobile, Ala.
A River packet, Mobile, Ala.
Convent of Visitation, Mobile, Ala.
Main building, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala.
Bay Shell Road, Mobile, Ala.
McGill Institute, Mobile, Ala.
A Typical cotton cart, Mobile, Ala.
Cotton exchange, Mobile, Ala.
Bienville Park, Mobile, Ala.

Bienville Park, Mobile, Ala.

Bienville Park, Mobile, Alabama, with fountain in foreground. Copyright by Detroit Publishing Company. No. 019445.

[Government Street, Mobile, Ala.]
Monroe Park, Mobile, Alabama
Old market house, Mobile, Ala.
Birdseye of Mobile, Ala.

Birdseye of Mobile, Ala.

H122865 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; February 11, 1909; DLC/PP-1909:43637.

Harbor view, Mobile, Ala.
Medical College [of Alabama], Mobile, Ala.
Terminal, Union Station, Mobile, Ala.
Waterfront, Mobile, Ala.. Cityscape photograph

Waterfront, Mobile, Ala.. Cityscape photograph

H122868 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; February 11, 1909; DLC/PP-1909:43637.

Loading cotton for Liverpool
Willie Roberts 11 year old delivery boy in Reiss Department Store.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[Barker Cotton Mills. A successful mill and an example of the results of good management. See Alabama report.]  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[Willie Roberts 11 year old delivery boy in Reiss Department Store.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama].
Group of children attending the mill school at Barker Cotton Mills. These children are well-kept at home, and well-directed in school. School is sanitary and well-equipped. School attendance is compulsory. Deputy in mill acts as truant officer. If parents neglect to send children to school, they are requested to move out. The whole situation reflects the good management of the superintendent.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Young delivery boy with heavy bundles.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Mobile Cotton Mills. An example of social neglect and short-sighted policy. See Alabama report.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Extremes meet. One of the youngest and one of the older messenger boys in Mobile. The small boy is Emmet Brewster, Postal messenger #3. 11 years old; been working there 7 months. Makes $10 to $15 a month. Finished the third grade in school. I saw him carrying messages late at night. See Alabama report.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[9 year old cash girl in Gafer Department store. At first glance the home conditions with a one-armed father and several children in the family would indicate that her small wages were needed, but when we found that the father is able to do certain kinds of work, and that they have relatives who are well-to-do, there was no doubt that the family could get along without her working. In almost all the cases investigated, the need for the child's earning was very small.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama]
[Typical workers in Barker Cotton Mills where good conditions prevail. See Alabama report.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama]
[Typical workers in Barker Cotton Mills where good conditions prevail. See Alabama report.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama].
[9 year old cash girl in Gafer Department store. At first glance the home conditions with a one-armed father and several children in the family would indicate that her small wages were needed, but when we found that the father is able to do certain kinds of work, and that they have relatives who are well-to-do, there was no doubt that the family could get along without her working. In almost all the cases investigated, the need for the child's earning was very small.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama]
Young delivery boy with heavy bundles.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Workers in Reiss Department Store. The age limit is very high. Mr. Reiss does not believe in working children.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[9 year old cash girl in Gafer Department store. At first glance the home conditions with a one-armed father and several children in the family would indicate that her small wages were needed, but when we found that the father is able to do certain kinds of work, and that they have relatives who are well-to-do, there was no doubt that the family could get along without her working. In almost all the cases investigated, the need for the child's earning was very small.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama].
There are a number of these young newsboys in the Alabama cities. See Alabama report.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[Typical workers in Barker Cotton Mills where good conditions prevail. See Alabama report.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama].
[Typical workers in Barker Cotton Mills where good conditions prevail. See Alabama report.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama]
Barker Cotton Mills. A successful mill and an example of the results of good management. See Alabama report.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Newsboy.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
Young office boy 11 years old. Works in law office.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
One of Mobile's young newsboys who begins work at daybreak.  Location: Mobile, Alabama.
[Typical workers in Barker Cotton Mills where good conditions prevail. See Alabama report.]  Location: [Mobile, Alabama].
Springhill [sic] College, Springhill [sic], Ala., April 16th, 1918

Springhill [sic] College, Springhill [sic], Ala., April 16th, 1918

J229407 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Richards Film Service Inc.; April 18, 1918.

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
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