Boom to bust

in the 1920s there was a good era, people had jobs and where able o support their family with the money they were making just about every 2 out of 5 family's had some sort of car.
as the era progressed people were able to go out to eat and also to be able to go out for entertainment such as sports events and other things businessws were booming with money.
after 1929 when the stock market crashed people lost tons of money and had to sell their houses and cars and often moved into these towns that had houses made of scrap metal, card board and pretty much anything that they could get their hands on.

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