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    • Teacher watching a student at the chalk board.

    • teach chalk board classroom student shoe math
    • The Blue School teacher is a Massachusetts girl, new this year. She boards with the Chandlers for $7.50 a week, receives an annual salary of $800. Most of Landaff teachers don't stay on since if they are well qualified, they can get better paying...
    • Houses made out of stone.

    • stone house children slatted roof overalls
    • Buildings are of many different shapes and sizes. Notice how many of them have pitched roofs instead of the original flat ones.Almost all the walls are made of stone with adobe masonry and are usually coated with adobe plaster. However, some of the...
    • Woman and her sister bake the midday meal.

    • wood burning stove oven baking meal pot pan kitchen cooking equipment
    • The midday meal is being prepared in this fairly typical kitchen by the lady of the house and her sister. Their equipment consists of an old wood-burning stove and a variety of cheap enamelware. There is of course no refrigeration of any kind so...
    • Picture of an ex-slave.

    • ex-slave hat rocking chair bed shack
    • This old woman was a slave and belonged to the family on whose place she now lives. She was a small girl when Sherman's army came through. USDA Photo by: Rusinow
    • Woman cooking dinner.

    • woman kitchen table cooking shoe decoration
    • Mealtime for a large family. There are three generations here and an extra cousin or two. Food is usually plentiful but there is little variety. Chili with meat or beans is of course a staple and there are green vegetables in season from the...
    • Black students raising their hands.

    • black students classroom class desk note book
    • Upper-grade pupils in the Waldorf black elementary school are ready to answer the teacher's questions. Fifty-two pupils are enrolled in this one room school. Twelve were absent the day the picture was taken.  (Note: at least three white children...
    • Students in a classroom.

    • student one room school house desk book decoration classroom
    • Younger children in one of the town's 3 one-room school houses. This particular school is neater and in better condition than the others. USDA Photo by: Rusinow
    • Front room that was closed off unless special guests came over.

    • picture front room rocking chair sofa couch chandelier pillow purse rug decoration lace quilt flower
    • 'Quarto de enfrente,' front room of a Taos home. Rarely opened, every house with sufficient space, (that is, a room to spare) has such a room, closed off and unheated, except for special guests and occassions. USDA Photo by: Rusinow  
    • Man headed to Las Vegas to sell fire wood.

    • horse wagon fence peblo house window hat
    • People try everything they can think of to make a little money. This man went to Las Vegas with firewood and feed. He was gone 3 days, drove 60 miles and could not have made more than 2 or 3 dollars. USDA Photo by: Rusinow
    • Children at schol in  Penasco, eating hot lunch.

    • overalls fanel shirt school lunch bucket cook hispanic children cup bowl food
    • The hot lunch, school at Penasco. Children pay about 1 cent daily for this hot meal made up primarily of food from the surplus commodities program, and prepared by WPA-paid cooks. USDA Photo by: Rusinow
    • Houses made with adobe masonry.

    • toy wagon children adobe house pitched roof screen door chimney log rock
    • Buildings are of many different shapes and sizes. Notice how many of them have pitched roofs instead of the original flat ones.Almost all the walls are made of stone with adobe masonry and are usually coated with adobe plaster. However, some of the...
    • The hot lunch, school at Penasco.

    • hot school lunch children spoon bucket plate bowl furnace hat
    • The hot lunch, school at Penasco. Children pay about 1 cent daily for this hot meal made up primarily of food from the surplus commodities program, and prepared by WPA-paid cooks. USDA Photo by: Rusinow

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