Bound for Glory: America in Color is an exhibition of early Kodachrome images taken by photographers employed by a US government agency to document the ravages of the Depression on Americas rural population.
Saying grace before the barbeque dinner at the New Mexico Fair. Photographer: Russell Lee
A collection of Black and white images of the great depression in America can be found at this site. This one (below) has a nice sense of irony.
Toward Los Angeles, California. 1937. Photographer: Dorothea Lange