Depression city, by D. M. Katzman.
Unemployment relief in Philadelphia, 1930-1932, by B. F. Schwartz.
Communists and Fascistsin a Southern city: Atlanta, 1930, by J. H. Moore.
The depression in Harlem, by Federal Writers Project.
Frantic farmers fightlaw, by F. D. DiLeva.
The Farmers Holiday Association strike,August 1932, by J. L. Shover.
The economic effects of drouth and depression upon Custer County, 1929-1942, by M. C. Latta.
TheHarlan County coal strike of 1931, by T. Bubka.
Oklahoma tribes, the Great Depression, and the Indian Bureau, by B. T. Quinten.
When the banks closed, by W. H. Jervey.
Orange County duringthe depressed thirties, by R. L. Pritchard.
Burlington since the 1930's, by C. Johnson.
Suggested reading (p. 283-291)