I always knew that I would one day find a reminiscence of the Great Depression - what I didn't expect is finding it in a magazine from 1937. As mentioned in another part of this site, 1937 saw some measure of economic recovery (until it didn't) and this reminiscence was penned by a fellow who wanted so badly to believe that the whole thing was finally over. He wished so earnestly that the Depression had ended that he listed just what he was missing about it already. Little did he know he had three more years to go.
The article is nicely illustrated by Arthur Palmer (1913 - 1982)