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Support Material: Compare Prices During the Great Depression to Prices Today
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Description: How much did toys and clothing cost during the Great Depression of the 1930s? What would they cost today? Look at the Then and Now: Prices table below. In the left column is a list of women's clothing, men's clothing, games and toys and household goods. In the middle column, the price of each of these items is listed based on advertisements from 1932. Look through a current copy of your local newspaper to find out what it would cost to buy the same item today. Write that amount in the right column.
Technology Type: JavaScript 
Author: Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Language: English 
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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