Unemployed men lined up for food relief on a street in New York City, United States, during the Great Depression
New York City USA Date:1930, November 20 Duration:42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Provision of food to jobless and poor in New York City, United States during the Great Depression. A relief organization provides food to people. A massive group of men lined up to enter lines serving bread and hot soup or beverage. Many unemployed men lined up on the street. Police officers control the flow of men into the breadlines. Buildings along street sides. Food in crates and boxes. The unemployed men file past as workers hand them food, and they eat the food from the bread and soup kitchen.
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