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1, Photo Taker Unknown. Ford Assembly line,

2, Photo from the collections of The Henry Ford. July 4,1917

3, Jacob Riis, Ludlow Street tenement apartment circa, 1905. Cited on

4, Roosevelt, Theodore. “The World’s Famous Orations. America: III. (1861–1905). 1906. II. On American Motherhood.” Accessed February 27, 2019.

5, Ross, Ralph A., “Unemployed March, Pine Street, during Great Depression,” Digital Public Library of America, Cited on

6, Photo Taken by Photographer Lange, Dorothea in 1936. ‘Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California’

7, The Bank Run, photo taker unknow. National Archives Photo, NLR-PHOCO-A-7420(1007) Cited from

8,FDR stumping along the Jersey shore, 1932. Photo Credit: Farm Security Administration. Cited on

9, Wells, H. G. 2014. “‘It Seems to Me That I Am More to the Left than You, Mr Stalin.’” New Statesman 143 (5206): 48–55.

10,11 and 12: Figure 1,3,7 : Three photos cited in Heinrich, Thomas. 2012. “‘We Can Build Anything at Navy Yards:’ Warship Construction in Government Yards and the Political Economy of American Naval Shipbuilding, 1928-1945.” International Journal of Maritime History 24 (2): 155–80. doi:10.1177/084387141202400207. Dickinson Library access:

First Photo: Figure 1 :Source: the United States, National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD (NARA MD).”

Second Photo: Figure 3. Source: International Journal of Maritime History, Dec2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p155-180, 27p, 7 Black and White Photographs, 3 Graphs
Black and White Photograph; found on p166

Second Photo: Figure 7  Cited source in the text: “Source: United States, National Archives and Records Administration, Northeast Region (NARA NE), courtesy of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.”