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History - Primary Sources

Great Depression

New Deal

New Deal Network

The New Deal Network is an educational guide to the Great Depression/New Deal era of 1928-1955 created by the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Marist College, and IBM. The network is a database of photographs, political cartoons, speeches, letters, and other historic documents from the New Deal era. The database has over 20,000 items, including 5000 photographs. The material is drawn from a variety of sources. Most of the documents were created by the federal government and are therefore in the public domain. The New Deal Network has limited permission to republish other material still under copyright.