In this picture It shows viewers how and what happened during the Great Depression. Banks were closed and couldnt give the people their money that was in their savings. Many workers kept their jobs but faced wage and hour cuts. Unemployment rates rose from 3.7% to as high as 24.9%. People lost homes, loss of upward economic mobility.
This mother looks poor and also dirty. Her kids look hungry and dying from starvation. I also believe they must of lost their home and became homeless because of the bank failures and they lost all of thier money from their savings.
The men in this picture is trying their best to get their life savings out of the bank before the failure erupts. People didnt want to lose thier because if they did, they would be homeless and become hobos. Homes, wages, and hours were cut and people lost so much because of the bank failures. People were at poor stages or not at all. To save money parents let go of their older children to survive and wanted them to look and get employed by their lonesome.
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