|Title||Placards advertising apple selling by the Depression-era unemployed|
"I had an Aunt Settie, who was living at what was then the Savoy Hotel at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street. There were a lot of apple sellers on the street then, and for a while Aunt Settie would leave her apartment at noon every day and go to Madison Avenue. She would send the apple seller at that corner off to lunch with a dollar while Settie tended her stand."
—Frances Loeb quoted in "You Must Remember This: An Oral History of Manhattan from the 1890s to World War II," by Jeff Kisseloff (1989)
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