"Dust Bowl Farm Family." July 1936. Drought area of North Dakota. Family leaving drought-stricken farm for Oregon or Washington. (Medium-format nitrate negative by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.)
Embryonic Development - Embryology: This page shows some key events of human development during the embryonic period of the first eight weeks (weeks 1 - 8) following fertilization. This period is also considered the organogenic period, when most organs within the embryo have begun to form. There are links to more detailed descriptions which can be viewed in a week by week format, by the Carnegie stages or integrated into a Timeline of human development. (Lots of amazing photos)
Country Kitchen: December 1936. Farmers wife churning butter. Emmet County, Iowa. Medium-format nitrate negative by Russell Lee. "This farm family must have been relatively successful. Those kitchen cabinets were pretty rare in those days, especially on farms. And that wall behind her is a look that many folks are wanting today. The chickens must eat well, too."
May 1937. "Mother and child of Arkansas flood refugee family near Memphis, Texas. These people, with all their earthly belongings, are bound for the lower Rio Grande Valley, where they hope to pick cotton." Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.