Lost Splendor

Past and present by an archives student and new Bostonian. @freifraufitz

"March 1936: "Heavy black clouds of dust rising over the Texas Panhandle" — evidence of the forces that were driving thousands of farm families in Texas and Oklahoma to the West Coast in the great Dust Bowl migration chronicled by photographers including Arthur Rothstein and Dorothea Lange, and in books like "The Grapes of Wrath." (via)
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