I am so glad to see what you are doing. I am a person that came up in 1950, and this type place is what I called home. I was born in Sunflower, Mississippi and this type of house was home for a lot of us.
I remember seen rows of them along the Mississippi River. They had one room and some did not have a floor. For heat, some people would make a fire in the middle of the floor.
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Just last week, I took a photograph (on right) of houses currently inhabited by residents of Homestead, Florida. This is an old migrant worker community. See Looking Back.