Spring, 1935, Hooverville, Kern County. On highway north of Bakersfield. Hand made camp stove, made by a stranded worker out of sheet iron gathered from automobile bodies found in the city dump. Contains a grate, oven and door latch. Sold at $3.50. Kept this man off relief.
Full Collection Name
Migrant Labor Camp Photographs from the Harry Everett Drobish Papers, 1935-1936
BANC PIC 1954.013:25--PIC
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