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life in hard times: Dreamy images document misery and merriment during the Great Depression in the South

From the fresh-faced children playing in the streets to those much more worse-for-wear, an exhibit is showcasing the era of the of the Great Depression through a photographer’s lens.

An exhibit of photographs from the 1930s and 1940s and the work of contemporary artist and filmmaker Peter Sekaer are both providing an up-close glimpse into the everyday lives of depression-era southerners. for more click here

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