Pile of bread used for breadlines at a Catholic Worker house in New York, ca. 1937

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Title

Pile of bread used for breadlines at a Catholic Worker house in New York, ca. 1937

Subject

Catholic Worker Movement--Pictorial works.
House of Hospitality, New York.
Depressions -- 1929 -- United States.

Description

Image of a pile of bread used to feed the needy in the breadlines at the Catholic Worker house on Mott Street in New York City. A partial view of an Ade Bethune mural is in the background.

Source

Joseph Zarrella Papers

Date

ca. 1937

Rights

Copyright The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine
University. All rights reserved.
Photographs copyright of the Merton Legacy Trust. Not to be used without written permission.

Identifier

Zarrella Papers (Sub-section H.17B)

Citation

“Pile of bread used for breadlines at a Catholic Worker house in New York, ca. 1937,” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed January 22, 2019, https://merton.bellarmine.edu/items/show/103.

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