The Great Depression By Sydney Machado

Many banks lost all their money so, these men wait by the bank desperately in need of money.( Frederick, Oklahoma)

To make his reputation look better, Al Capone opened a soup kitchen to feed Chicago's hungry. Al Capone was a gangster, who later went to prison, in order to clean his reputation he opened up this soup kitchen that feed thousands of people. This was one of the major impacts on people due to the Great Depression.

Woody Guthrie doesn’t have a home to go to anymore like many other Americans hit by this economic crisis.

This man is poor and doesn’t have any money for food and he’s asking if his “ brother” has a dime to spare for him.

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