Previously stored away in government archives, some 170,000 photographs from the time of the Great Depression have been now released to the public by Yale University. The shots were made by photographers hired by the Farm Security Administration to document the effects of grave economic turmoil had on the population, including the famous Dorothy Lange and Walker Evans. You can view photos from the project, called Photogrammar, in by using this interactive map. You can sort by state and county, based on where the photos were taken.
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