A "Hooverville" was the popular name for shanty towns built by homeless people during the Great Depression. They were named after Herbert Hoover, who was President of the United States during the onset of the Depression and widely blamed for it. The term was coined by Charles Michelson, publicity chief of the Democratic National Committee.
STREETSCAPE: New York City, 1905 [colorized] Hi Def
Old snaps you have to see. Part 5
心吹き飛ばさ,歴史的な写真,とても幸せ,おもしろ情報,ジャガイモ,ベトナム,Old Snaps You Have To See,Last Man,Very Interesting
Morris Park 1900, Bronx, New York
33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City
A Cabbie - 33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City
New York Architecture...Municipal Building under construction, 1904. McKim. No cars.
"McSorley's Old Ale House ~ New York City ~ Est. 1854 in "Five Points neighborhood" of lower Eastside of Manhattan, now known as the East Village."