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These 15 Houses In North Carolina From The 1930s Will Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

In the 1930s, the entire nation was feeling the extreme stress of the Great Depression. Resettlement clients were moving into new houses purchased for them on a loan basis, with the thought that only a successful harvest and crop could repay and maintain the roof over their head.

Life was uneasy for everyone, but there was also beauty in the simplicity. These houses from the 1930s are the perfect example of that.

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Emory Rakestraw
Emory was born and raised in North Carolina. She enjoys writing, photography, filmmaking, travel, wine and cheese. You can find more of her work on emoryrakestraw.com