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Stanley Kubrick photos.

Stanley Kubrick photos.

“Dust Over Texas.” Huge boiling masses of dust that blocked out the sun were common sights in Texas during the Dust Bowl years. In: “To Hold This Soil”, Russell Lord, 1938. Miscellaneous Publication No. 321, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Circa 1935

“Dust Over Texas.” Huge boiling masses of dust that blocked out the sun were common sights in Texas during the Dust Bowl years. In: “To Hold This Soil”, Russell Lord, 1938. Miscellaneous Publication No. 321, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Circa 1935

Near Cocani, Bolivia by Daniel Molina, via Flickr #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldsFair

Near Cocani, Bolivia by Daniel Molina, via Flickr #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldsFair

LIFE Dust Bowl - these were proud, hard-working farmers who tried to maintain hope as a pilar of strength for their families in the midst of such adversity. They wanted to be able to provide for their families and keep them safe. This proved to be a nearly impossible task.

LIFE Dust Bowl - these were proud, hard-working farmers who tried to maintain hope as a pilar of strength for their families in the midst of such adversity. They wanted to be able to provide for their families and keep them safe. This proved to be a nearly impossible task.

Woody Guthrie entertained dust bowl refugees and farm workers at California labor camps, speaking truth to power through his songs.

Woody Guthrie entertained dust bowl refugees and farm workers at California labor camps, speaking truth to power through his songs.

Dust Bowl Farmers of the 1930's

Dust Bowl Farmers of the 1930's

Ken Burns: Dust Bowl the Greatest Man-Made Eco Disaster in U.S. History TONITE

Ken Burns: Dust Bowl the Greatest Man-Made Eco Disaster in U.S. History TONITE

Dust storm during the Dust Bowl of 1930s. THIS is the moment I will say, "no, you Don't have to clean your room today."

Dust storm during the Dust Bowl of 1930s. THIS is the moment I will say, "no, you Don't have to clean your room today."

Here, shown in this picture is the aftermath of 'The Dust Bowl'. 'The Dust Bowl' was recurring dust storms that happened throughout the 1930s. The severe drought ended up causing extreme devastation to both Canada and the U.S.A. prairies.

Here, shown in this picture is the aftermath of 'The Dust Bowl'. 'The Dust Bowl' was recurring dust storms that happened throughout the 1930s. The severe drought ended up causing extreme devastation to both Canada and the U.S.A. prairies.

The Dust Bowl. The animals died, they could not breathe with no shelter the dust filling their lungs.

The Dust Bowl. The animals died, they could not breathe with no shelter the dust filling their lungs.