Erosion of land was a major problem in Georgia during the 1930’s along with the depression.
Marion Post Walcott visited Georgia and documented the economic difficulties residents had with photographs Her photographs provide a glimpse of life in rural Georgia in 1939. The descriptions included with the photographs are hers.
Old cotton warehouse with roof taken off to avoid taxes. Rutledge, Georgia
Family moving from place to place through southern regions doing any kind of repair work near Atlanta, Georgia
Bama Cotter, artist, owns an art and craft shop in a small town in Alabama. She inherits a dead woman’s nosy parrot, who quotes Shakespeare, and they reveal the identity of an unlikely murderer to Indian police chief, Boone Lightfoot.