Promoted

Segregated America

17 Photos, taken between 1937 — 1943.

1. 1939, Waco, Texas. Exclusively sponsored by Coca-Cola.

Russell Lee / Via loc.gov

2. 1939, South Carolina.

Marion Post Wolcott / Via loc.gov

3. 1940, Durham, North Carolina.

Jack Delano / Via loc.gov

4. 1940, Durham North Carolina.

Jack Delano / Via loc.gov

5. 1943, somewhere between Louisville and Nashville.

Esther Bubley / Via loc.gov

6. 1943, Baltimore, Maryland.

Arthur Siegel / Via loc.gov

7. 1938, Lancaster, Ohio.

Ben Shahn / Via loc.gov

8. 1938, Manchester, Georgia.

John Vachon / Via loc.gov

9. 1939, Memphis, Tennessee. A Wonder Bread ad, SMH.

Marion Post Wolcott / Via loc.gov

10. 1943, Memphis, Tennessee.

Esther Bubley / Via loc.gov

11. 1937, Memphis, Tennessee.

Dorothea Lange / Via loc.gov

12. 1939, Belzoni, Mississippi.

Marion Post Wolcott / Via loc.gov

13. 1937, Leland, Mississippi.

Dorothea Lange / Via loc.gov

14. 1939, Oklahoma City.

Russell Lee / Via loc.gov

15. 1941, Birney, Montana.

Marion Post Wolcott / Via loc.gov

16. 1938, Halifax, North Carolina.

John Vachon / Via loc.gov

17. 1939, Belle Glade, Florida.

Marion Post Wolcott / Via loc.gov

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@ the Library of Congress.

Via retronaut.com

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