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Fairgoers Pay for their Entrance Fee with Wheat at the 1931 Indiana State Fair

By J.C. Allen and Son

Abstract

During the Depression cash was in short supply. Here Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thompson of Bentonville, in Fayette County, Indiana wait at the fair gate while men unload wheat from their car as payment for their entrance to the 1931 State Fair

Topics: Indiana State Fair; Depressions; Barter; Gates; Tickets
Year: 1930
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:dc034/256
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