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Jobless March On Relief Office For Work 1939

Several hundred people crowd into the offices of the Georgia Works Projects Administration in Atlanta, Ga., in a mass appeal to administrator Gay B. Shepperson for reinstatement of relief jobs, Oct. 17, 1939. John L. Donovan of Washington, with hand raised, who identified himself as a national committeeman of the Workers' Alliance of America, is shown telling his followers to keep an open a passageway through the corridor. (AP Photo)

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October 17, 1939 12:00:00 AM
August 01, 2007 01:27:41 PM
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AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
064296
3000 x 2314 0.81 MB
John L. Donovan
Lifestyle, Government and Politics, Travel, Welfare benefits, Business, Labor, Government business and finance, Government business and finance, Travel
unemployment, Great Depression, demonstrations, crowd, New Deal, jobless
Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES
APHS100724
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