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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Industrial Control-Public Works Bill at the White House, June 16, 1933. He called it "the most impor…

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With the city under martial law, soldiers patrol a downtown street in Anchorage, Alaska, March 28, 1964. In bacground is the wreckage of the f…

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Abe Tompkins, organizer of the Richmond Unemployment Council, was arrested in Richmond, Virginia, Feb. 11, 1933, as he led marchers to the Cit…

Forty-second Street in New York City is lit by floodlights and automobile headlights during the massive power failure, Nov. 9, 1965, that affe…