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18 Rare Photos Taken In Wyoming During The Great Depression

The Great Depression took place mostly in the 1930s after the stock market crashed in 1929. As a result, many Americans were unemployed and most of the banks failed across the country. President Roosevelt tried to turn things around with his reform measures. However, the economy only began to turn around after World War II began. Let’s go back in time to see what life was like in Wyoming during this time.

For rare photos taken during World War II, check out Most People Have Never Seen These Photos Taken During WWII In Wyoming.

Caryl
I am a freelance writer who also has been a small business owner and worked in the fields of insurance, accounting, and education. I enjoy spending time with family, reading, writing, photography, music, running, sports, and of course traveling!