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  • Created Date
  • 8-18-03
  • Description
  • Photograph, b/w. The Bonus Army was allowed to settle in a large outdoor camp on the Anacostia mud flats across the river from Washington. It was the largest of the Bonus Army camps. For more information on the Bonus Army see image: Bonus March demonstrators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. This photograph was taken shortly before July 28, 1932, the day of the Bonus Riot. For more information on the Bonus Army and Bonus Riot see image: Bonus ... more
    Photograph, b/w. The Bonus Army was allowed to settle in a large outdoor camp on the Anacostia mud flats across the river from Washington. It was the largest of the Bonus Army camps. For more information on the Bonus Army see image: Bonus March demonstrators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. This photograph was taken shortly before July 28, 1932, the day of the Bonus Riot. For more information on the Bonus Army and Bonus Riot see image: Bonus March demonstrators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Depression Photo Essay. 16 History; 15 Economics. less
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  • Bonus4