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20 Wonderful Color Photos Of The Life In Texas In The 1940s

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20 Wonderful Color Photos of the Life in Texas in the 1940s


A big house on a Houston street, Texas, May 1943


A doctor giving a typhoid inoculation at a rural school, San Augustine County, Texas, April 1943


A general view of Amarillo, Texas, March 1943


Boy building a model airplane as girl watches, Texas, 1942


Boys flying a kite in front of the community center at the FSA camp, Robstown, 1942




Boys playing marbles, Robstown, Texas, 1942


Boys sitting on truck parked at the FSA labor camp, Robstown, Texas, Jan. 1942


Child of a migratory farm laborer in the field during the harvest of the community center's cabbage crop at the FSA labor camp, Robstown, Texas, Jan. 1942


Community clothesline at the FSA labor camp, Robstown, Texas, 1942


Families of migratory workers in front of their row shelters at the FSA labor camp, Robstown, Texas, 1942


Gardens are planted in front of the row shelters, Robstown, 1942


Geologist examining cuttings from wildcat well, Amarillo, Texas, 1943


Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, Jan 1942


Row shelters at the FSA labor camp, Robstown, Texas, Jan. 1942


Rural school children, San Augustine County, Texas, 1943


Rural school children, San Augustine County, Texas, April 1943


Workers leaving Pennsylvania shipyards, Beaumont, Texas, June 1943


Workers on the Liberator Bombers, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 1942


Working with a sea-plane at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 1942


Young woman at the community laundry on Saturday afternoon, Robstown, 1942

(Photos from The Library of Congress)