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Los personajes: El vagabundo- Manipulativo, viejo, feo, sucio, ha cominado, por mas anos, pobre, sabio.

Los personajes: El vagabundo- Manipulativo, viejo, feo, sucio, ha cominado, por mas anos, pobre, sabio.

One called “Hardlucksville” formed off 10th Street next to the East River (at left). Five men resided there, selling firewood culled from the river:

One called “Hardlucksville” formed off 10th Street next to the East River (at left). Five men resided there, selling firewood culled from the river:

Train's comin' and it's gettin' dark. Time to set me up a campfire. Wonder if I'll run into Boxcar Bertha again.

Train's comin' and it's gettin' dark. Time to set me up a campfire. Wonder if I'll run into Boxcar Bertha again.

"Photograph shows a black hobo, or 'gentleman of the road', as they were called back then. This man is setup at camp, looks like he just got done eating. Photo dates to around 1935 during the Great Depression era. This is part of the photo collection of Dorothea Lange, freelance government photographer."

"Photograph shows a black hobo, or 'gentleman of the road', as they were called back then. This man is setup at camp, looks like he just got done eating. Photo dates to around 1935 during the Great Depression era. This is part of the photo collection of Dorothea Lange, freelance government photographer."

The is the real bridge that Robert Lytle wrote about in his book, "Mr. Blair's Labyrinth" with Mr. Lytle and my daughter enjoying the view.

The is the real bridge that Robert Lytle wrote about in his book, "Mr. Blair's Labyrinth" with Mr. Lytle and my daughter enjoying the view.

Arthur Jackson known as Peg Leg Sam (December 18, 1911-October 27, 1977) was a country blues harmonicist, singer and comedian. He recorded "Fox Chase" and "John Henry", and worked in medicine shows. He gained his nickname following an accident whilst hoboing in 1930.

Arthur Jackson known as Peg Leg Sam (December 18, 1911-October 27, 1977) was a country blues harmonicist, singer and comedian. He recorded "Fox Chase" and "John Henry", and worked in medicine shows. He gained his nickname following an accident whilst hoboing in 1930.

Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, 18 Jan 1944 (US National Archives)

[Photo] Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Jan 1944

Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, 18 Jan 1944 (US National Archives)

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