St Petersburg Florida 1930s

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  1. My Grandfather and Grandmother moved to the Berg in 35. He was a vet and contractor and went there to work on Bay Pines. He found lots of other work. Know of only his home and my family’s that he built. He did have a hand at working on the nurses building at Bay Pines veterans hospital that I think still stands.

  2. I got married across the street from the Vinoy in the park. It was a little over six years ago. We had our reception in the Vinoy, it was beautiful. I'm so happy they restored that grand old building.

  3. lol..point made. you misunderstood my comment. of course I felt for the poor and middle class that was nearly wiped out during the depression. I'm pointing out that many teachers seem to not teach the fact that the rich stayed rich and got richer. Not everyone got poor. There was a lot of disagreements during this time on where to take the country. Social Security, welfare, etc, that Roosevelt supported. My liberal teachers loved Roosevelt. So how could there be any constructive disagreement?

  4. This is one of the dumbest comments I've ever read on YouTube, and that's saying something. It's not the fact that there were plenty of rich people that's important – what's important is that so many non-rich people were much much poorer than they were before.

    Honestly, it's not that hard. On the one hand, we have actual data to show that, yes, there was a lot of poverty in the 1930s. On the other, we have anonyDave telling us that liberal historians are lying to us. Okay then.

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