“Untitled,” taken between 1935 and 1942 for U.S. Farm Security Administration or Office of War, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
In the Library’s online catalogue, this picture is among photos taken by Edwin Rosskam of farms in New Jersey in Spring 1938. Click on the image for a better view.
Billboard, Harlingen, Texas, May 1943, by John Vachon, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Fresh salad and a beer. . .
“The home garden of Clifford[,] Bernard[,] and Elizabeth Bridges who use the fertilizer from the Rabbitry for their gardens.” Photo taken in Oregon, ca. between 1915 and 1918, via 4-H Photograph Collection, OSU Special Collections & Archives Commons on flickr.
The children are members of a local 4-H club, making a WWI victory garden. I think this is the Portland home (and children) of W.R. and Elizabeth Bridges. W.R. was a proofreader for The Oregonian.
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“Mrs B Captain, Ekins and garden, Savage Crescent,” Upper Hutt, New Zealand, ca. early to mid 20th c., by J.W. Chapman-Taylor, via Museum of New Zealand/Te Papa Tongarewa.
I wonder if the wooden crates stacked up on the left indicate that this was a market garden, which were common in the Hutt Valley until the 1940s.
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Chapman-Taylor was an important New Zealand domestic architect, builder, furniture designer, and photographer who lived in the Valley in the mid 1930s.
“Typical houses of Morgantown, West Virginia,” June 1935, by Walker Evans, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Evans may have taken the photo from an electric post like this one.