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Poverty And Unemployment Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Poverty And Unemployment collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Granger Art on Demand.


Featured Poverty And Unemployment Print

'Jobs for Girls and Women.' Work Progress Administration poster for the Illinois State Employment Service, c1940, by Albert M. Bender

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'Jobs for Girls and Women.' Work Progress Administration poster for the Illinois State Employment Service, c1940, by Albert M. Bender

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1940, Albert, American, Bender, Employment, Federal, Girl, Government, Illinois, Job, M, Middle, North, Poster, Text, Women, Work, Worker, Works Progress Administration

Featured Poverty And Unemployment Print

RIIS: NEW YORK, 1901. Young street Arabs sleeping on a steam grate from an underground newspaper press room for warmth. Photograph, c1901, by Jacob Riis

RIIS: NEW YORK, 1901.
Young street Arabs sleeping on a steam grate from an underground newspaper press room for warmth. Photograph, c1901, by Jacob Riis

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1901, Arabian, City, Daily Life, Early, Homeless, Jacob, Manhattan, North, Nyc, Riis, Sleep, Slum, Street, Urchin

Featured Poverty And Unemployment Print

SLUM LANDLORDS, 1895. 'Our Religious Landlords and Their Rookery Tenants': American lithograph cartoon by C. Jay Taylor, 1895, contrasting the outward piety of New York City's wealthy landlords with their indifference to the living conditions of their tenants in the slums

SLUM LANDLORDS, 1895.
'Our Religious Landlords and Their Rookery Tenants': American lithograph cartoon by C. Jay Taylor, 1895, contrasting the outward piety of New York City's wealthy landlords with their indifference to the living conditions of their tenants in the slums

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1895, American, Cartoon, Church, City, Exterior, Landlord, Late, Lithograph, Men, North, Nyc, Political Acts, Poverty, Religion, Street, Tenant, Tenement, Top Hat, Upper Class, Women