We Had Everything But Money
Random House Value Publishing, 1995 - Depressions - 168 pages
Personal accounts and anecdotes offer insight into life during the Great Depression, describing such events as the closing of the banks, looking for a job, braving the "Dust Bowl," and discovering homemade fun.
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