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June 8, 2013

When push came to shove during the Great Depression, the masses were unable to shove back. Instead, they relied on creativity to “make do.”

Thanks to patterned sacks containing livestock feed – as well as kitchen flour – many wardrobes depended greatly on foot-powered Singer sewing machines. Mostly, women turned out the “make do” garments willingly worn by adults and children alike.


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