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Guide for Library Research on The Great Depression

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The Unemployed outside the State Labor Bureau in New York City 1933

The Unemployed outside the State Labor Bureau in New York City 1933

Welcome to the Lloyd Sealy Library subject guide on the topic of The Great Depression. The Depression was a massive economic downturn that preceded and in many ways helped to set the stage for World War Two. If you are interested in learning more about this era, the library has a variety of resources available.

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Crime Mafia and Gangsters Subject Guide

New York City crime scene, 1914-1918 (New York City Municipal Archives)

New York City crime scene, 1914-1918 (New York City Municipal Archives) Link

The Lloyd Sealy Library has a subject guide on Crime in New York 1850-1950. Click HERE to take a look!

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