Saturday, July 10, 2010

American Country Stores ~ #16 In A Series

This little leaning building served as both gerneral store and post office in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, during the Great Depression in August, 1939. It was photographed as part of FDR's make work program by Herbert Mayer.

1 comment:

Sweet Repose said...

Reminds me of my lil shack, the porch posts lean forward so much, I worry about there stability...thanks to a 4-lane I have a mobile home...bummer!