From Ohio History Central
Amish buggy parked among automobiles outside the Wholesale Terminal Market on East 40th Street in Cleveland, Ohio, 1940. This photograph was to be included in the Cleveland Guide, one of several guides on selected American cities to be published by the Federal Writers Project. The Federal Writers Program was a depression era program created to employ writers. Most of the work for the Cleveland Guide was complete when the program was abolished in 1943. The Cleveland Guide was not published.
Ohio History Connection State Archives Series 1038, AL02711 from the Cleveland Guide Photographs Collection.
John Steinke for the Ohio Federal Writers Project
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