This is a great activity to help students make connections between economic choices of the 1920s with economic consequences of the 1930s. Students engage with images as primary sources and connect them with prior knowledge of the 1920s and 1930s. This activity is meant to be a used as a review or application of learned content.
It is appropriate for general level students, but I have also included critical thinking questions to elevate the rigor for honors level students. I use this as a common assessment in my classroom to gauge student understanding of the historical time period.