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Central Park of New York during the Great Depression (2 photos)

During the Great Depression in the 1930s, a spontaneous settlement called Gouverville (in honor of US President Herbert Hoover, during whose reign the crisis began) replaced the Central Park in New York. Their huts were built here by people who were left homeless. Now about the fact that once there was at this place resemble only such photos.

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