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1937 LABOR STRIKE WOOLWORTH'S WOMEN WORKERS PHOTOGRAPH
This photograph shows female employees of Woolworth's holding sign indicating they are striking for a 40 hour work week, 1937.
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1937 TIRED NEGRO COTTON SHARECROPPERS GEORGIA PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression.
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1937 WOOLWORTH WOOLWORTHS STRIKE NEW YORK PHOTO
This photograph shows female workers on strike at Woolworths, lining the aisles overnight. New York City, 1937. Workers were striking for a 40 hour work week.
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1938 DEPRESSION UNEMPLOYED MAN OMAHA VACHON PHOTO


This photograph shows an unemployed man, Omaha, Nebraska, November, 1938. Photograph by John Vachon.
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1938 DOROTHEA LANGE SAN FRANCISCO HWY 99 PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Sign of service station, U.S. 99. Hop pickers are wanted for four big growers of the area three weeks before opening season. They also advertise in newspapers including San Francisco newspapers, 450 miles away. Josephine County, Oregon." Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August, 1939.
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1938 HOSIERY WORKERS STRIKE WASHINGTON DC AFL PHOTO
This photograph shows members of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers marching up Constitution Ave. in Washington, D.C., in protest of a boycott on silk products initiated by Washington debutantes. Jan 28, 1938.
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1938 MIGRANT CAMP MEETING -NO WORK- LANGE PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression.
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1938 NEGRO WORKERS CCC WPA NRA KENTUCKY PHOTO
This photograph shows four African American U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees working in supplies, Kentucky, 1938.
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1939 DUSTBOWL DEPRESSION YOUNG WOMEN MUSKOGEE PHOTO
This photograph shows two women pumping water near Muskogee, Oklahoma, daughters of a farmer about to migrate to California during the Dustbowl and Great Depression, July, 1939. Photograph by Russell Lee.
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1939 IDAHO LOGGING LOGGER DEPRESSION LANGE PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression.
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1939 MIGRANT WORKERS DEPRESSION STREET LANGE PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression.
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1939 POTATO PICKER MIGRANT DEPRESSION CAMP LANGE PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression.
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1939 UNEMPLOYED LUMBER MAN DOROTHEA LANGE TATTOO PHOTO
This photograph shows "Unemployed lumber worker goes with his wife to the bean harvest. Note social security number tattooed on his arm. Oregon.," August, 1939. Photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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1939 YAKIMA TRAILER PARK CHILD DEPRESSION LANGE PHOTO
This photograph is one in a series of images from our Dorothea Lange Collection. Lange was a documentary photographer that created stark and poignant images of poverty and migrant farm labor in America during the Great Depression
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1940 DUBUQUE IOWA DEPRESSION STREET SCENE PHOTO

This photograph shows a National Association of Managers signboard, April, 1940, Dubuque, Iowa, . Photograph by John Vachon.
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1940 FORD WORKERS AT UNION HALLL OTTO HAGEL PHOTO
This photograph shows Ford workers at union hall, 1940. Photograph by Otto Hagel.
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1940 MINER'S MONUMENT STREET SCENE BISBEE ARIZONA PHOTO
This photograph shows Miners monument in Bisbee, Arizona. This monument is cast in cement, sprayed with molten copper and mounted on a block of Colorado granite used for miners' drilling contests in the nineties. The monument was erected in 1935, June 1940. Photograph Russell Lee.
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1940's A PHILIP RANDOLPH BSCP UNION BURMA RAIL PHOTO
This photograph shows Mr. Asa Philip Randolph, President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, with officers and organizers of the Railway Workers Union at their union headquarters in Rangoon, Burma. 1940-1950.
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1941 B-19 B19 BOMBER FACTORY FLOOR PHOTO
This photograph shows the interior of aircraft factory showing construction of B-19 bomber, 1941. Photograph by OWI.
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1942 FEMINIST LABOR MARE ISLAND CA ROSIE RIVETER
This photograph shows an unidentified woman welding steel plates on a ship at Mare Island Shipyards in California, 1942.
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