- Carl Mydans' relationship with TIME Inc. began by capturing pictures similar to this one. During his lunch hour, he had photographed a man by the name of Eugene Daniell who was talking to a small crowd as he stood on a soapbox on Wall Street. In this photograph, a woman appeals to the crowd during a noontime rally. A few years prior to this image, office workers had won legal protection for their right to assemble. Despite the crippling effects of the Great Depression on the common working man, the thirties saw dramatic growth in the labor movement.
- Currently not on view
- Data Source
- National Museum of American History
- Mydans, Carl
- Date made
- Physical Description
- paper (overall material)
- overall: 20 in x 30 in; 50.8 cm x 76.2 cm
- Object Name
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