Associated Press Domestic News New York United States U.S. DEPRESSION UNEMPLOYMENT

U.S. DEPRESSION UNEMPLOYMENT

This aerial view shows a long line of unemployed people, numbering about 5,000, waiting outside the State Labor Bureau building, which houses the State Temporary Employment Relief administration, in New York City, Nov. 24, 1933. The crowd began to gather at 5 a.m. to register for possibly 90,000 federal relief jobs during the Great Depression. (AP Photo)

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