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America From the Great Depression to World War II: black-and-white photographs from the FSA-OWI, 1935-45.

Library of Congress.

This is the photograph collection of  the Farm Security Administration.  It contains some of the most iconic photographs in American history--images of the Dust Bowl and the migrant mother with her children among others.

Fireside Chats of Franklin D. Roosevelt

These were a series of radio broadcasts made by FDR from 1933 to 1944.  They were done in an informal style and were meant both to reassure, and appeal directly to the American public  for the support of the New Deal programs.

New Deal Cultural Programs

The Institute for Cultural Democracy.

New Deal Network

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute.

Social Security History

Social Security Administration.

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