At the height of the Great Depression, even eggs weren’t exempt from taxation. A state government which drew much of its strength from criticism of federal taxes and programs didn’t give its own small farmers a break. Sound familiar?
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Marion Post Wolcott/Library of Congress. (June 1939)
Photos like this were shocking to many Georgians: Jim Crow was still strongly in place at the time, and for rural Georgians to see an image of young black men driving a nice automobile was quite revolutionary. I’m not sure why Post Wolcott chose to place “Cherished Customer” in quotation marks, though it begs further investigation.