FATHER COX & UNEMPLOYED MARCH ON D.C. - 1932 Father James R. Cox leads a 25,000 person demonstration on Washington D.C. demanding Congress provide unemployment relief. In spite of some apprehensions "Cox's Army" is peaceful and marchers are fed as they gather near the Capital building.
GREAT DEPRESSION BRINGS HUNGER & DESPAIR - 1932 Haunting scenes of poverty and hunger in the cities as the Great Depression brings unemployment to an all time high. People stand in long lines for aid and possible employment while others dig through garbage for scraps and live in extreme poverty.
HOMELESS 'HOOVERVILLE' CAMPS - 1932 The Great Depression leaves millions jobless and out of a home. Makeshift communities of homeless camps spring up across the nation dubbed "Hoovervilles" for the president who doesn't believe in the dole. Men pass the time here when they aren't out looking for work.
PROTEST AGAINST HUNGER & UNEMPLOYMENT - 1932 Spurred on by communist organizers English demonstrators gather in a mass protest against hunger, unemployment and war at the base of Nelsonís statue in Trafalgar Square, London.
FATHER COX & THE JOBLESS POLITICAL PARTY - 1932 The Jobless Party aka Blue Shirts gather in Creve Coeur, Missouri for a political convention and to salute their presidential candidate Father James R. Cox whose activism for the unemployed and homeless is legendary.
eFootage is a premier HD, film and video stock footage archive (contemporary and vintage) specializing in news, industrial, and more.
We have over one million additional stock footage clips that we can search upon request.
Featuring Data Refinery® and WebMagic® search and data technology.
A premier dv, film and video, digital and hd stock footage archive