Tent Camp in Great Depression.

Camping in the United States has, at times, been by necessity rather than recreational choice.


This tent is in a blueberry picker camp near Little Fork, Minnesota, August 1937.  It was photographed  by Russell Lee, staff photographer in a U.S. agency called the Resettlement Administration (in operation 1935 – 1937).

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