Back garden and porch of Hungarian-American coal miner’s home, Chaplin, West Virginia, September 1938, by Marion Post Wolcott, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division (all three photos).
Wolcott was on assignment for the U.S. Farm Security Administration.
Her neighbor — top left, in the straw hat — seems to have had a good flower garden, as well.
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What a poitive comment on life and beauty in these gardens. You can feel her pride – and joy.