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Children in the tenement district, Brockton, Massachusetts. December 1940. Photograph by Jack Delano. These duplexes must have been fairly grand when they were new, probably around the turn of the century. They look like the house where Granny and Tweety Bird lived. Are they still there?

Jack Delano - 1940 - Children in the tenement district, Brockton, Massachusetts.

Amsterdam, Netherlands  What a beautiful city! It's so easy to get around and it packs a lot of fun in a smaller city. I loved the van Gogh Museum and the river tour of the canals.

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Laundry, barbershop and stores, Washington, D.C. between 1941 and 1942

The way it was: Rare colour photographs of Main Street in the 1940s capture the cafes, general stores and corner shops that were the heartbeat of small town America

Main Street in the Rare colour photographs capture the cafes, general stores and corner shops that were the heartbeat of small town America

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On "laundry day" in the late 1800s and early 1900s, New York City residents dried their clothes on clotheslines that stretched between buildings. When the weather was wet, residents had to string up lines inside their already crowded apartments. Washing was done by hand.

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On "laundry day" in the late 1800s and early 1900s, New York City residents dried their clothes on clotheslines that stretched between buildings. When the weather was wet, residents had to string up lines inside their already crowded apartments. Washing was done by hand.

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