Relief paraders march on a street in rain carrying banner and demand for high relief to the unemployed in New York.
New York City USA Date:1938, February 22 Duration:34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Labor union members demand greater relief for the unemployed in New York City during the Great Depression. Labor union members and relief recipients march on a street in rain as they demand large relief payments for unemployed. They hold banner and it reads 'Put America Back to Work' and 'Stop Crime'. The people parading on streets. The cavalry men and traffic in the foreground. The labor union members and relief recipients crowd outside a building.
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