Life During the Great Depression
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I travel across the country through riding trains. Often policemen chase us hobos out of the trains. I find any work I can to pay for food, but I never steal.
I can't fit into my clothes, but my family doesn't have enough new clothes. Instead, I wear flour bags.
But then the flour companies realized what was happening and started using materials with patterns for their bags so clothes could be made out of them.
I volunteer at a soup kitchen set up by Al Capone in order to give food to families without jobs. We serve thousands of people each day.
Soup Kitchen: Serving to All
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