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Migration Series No.47: As the migrant population grew, good housing became scarce. Workers were forced to live in overcrowded and dilapidated tenement houses

Jacob Lawrence, 1940 – 1941
Migration Series No.47: As the migrant population grew, good housing became scarce. Workers were forced to live in overcrowded and dilapidated tenement houses, Jacob Lawrence
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Migration Series No.47: As the migrant population grew, good housing became scarce. Workers were forced to live in overcrowded and dilapidated tenement houses is a Harlem Renaissance Tempera and Hardboard Painting created by Jacob Lawrence from 1940 to 1941. It lives at the The Phillips Collection in the United States. The image is © Estate of Jacob Lawrence / ARS, New York, and used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Political Work. Source

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