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These 13 Houses In Maryland From The 1930s Will Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

Housing sure looked a lot different in Maryland in the late 1930s. Due to farming being a major industry in the state, most families lived the simple life in cabins nestled next to farmland. At the same time, other parts of Maryland were beginning major development and living conditions were a bit easier. Thanks to the Yale University Photogrammar Project, we can get a glimpse of what life was like for Marylanders in the 1930s.

Did you grow up during this time or hear stories from relatives about housing in the late 1930s? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

Jamie Alvarenga
Jamie Alvarenga is a freelance writer and editor living in Maryland. She's a habitual coffee drinker and photo blinker.