Floyd Burroughs and his family were among those that photographer Walker Evans and writer James Agee visited while creating a feature for Fortune magazine on tenant farmers in the South during the Great Depression. Burroughs' family grew cotton, seventeen miles north of Greensbsoro, Alabama.
A group of Jewish children, prewar, Lublin, Poland. Between the two world wars, Jews constituted Poland’s second-largest minority group. While many Polish Jews still lived a traditional life in rural towns, many moved to cities, where many quickly acculturated to modern life.