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1936 MISERABLE OKLAHOMA POVERTY CHILD DEPRESSION 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 BLACK PLANTATION BOSS MISSISSIPPI LANGE PHOTO
The caption for this photograph: "The riding boss. Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi. June, 1937."
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1937 COTTON SHARECROPPER MACON GA LANGE PHOTO
This photograph shows a cotton sharecropper family. Macon County, Georgia, July, 1937. Photograph by Dorothea lange.
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1937 DEPRESSION FAMILY HITCHHIKING MACON GA LANGE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "A hitchhiking family waiting along the highway in Macon, Georgia. The father repairs sewing machines, lawn mowers, etc. He is leaving Macon, where a license is required for such work (twenty-five dollars) and heading back for Alabama," July, 1937
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1937 ELLIS TEXAS NEGRO 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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1937 FARM BOY PICKS COTTON WEEVILS MACON GA LANGE PHOTO
This photograph shows a farm boy with sack full of boll weevils which he has picked off of cotton plants. Macon County, Georgia July, 1937. Photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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1937 LOUISIANA NEGRESS DEPRESSION DOROTHEA LANGE PHOTO
The caption for this photograph: "Louisiana Negress. July, 1937"
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1937 MEXICAN MIGRANT W/ BABY CALIFORNIA LANGE PHOTO
This photograph shows a migratory Mexican field worker's home on the edge of a frozen pea field. Imperial Valley, California, March, 1937. Photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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1937 MISSISSIPPI NEGRO SHARECROPPER LANGE PHOTO
The caption for this photograph: "Negro sharecropper and wife. Mississippi. They have no tools, stock, equipment, or garden. June-July, 1937."
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1937 SKID ROW SAN FRANCISCO DEPRESSION LANGE PHOTO
The caption for this photograph: " 'Skid Row.' Howard Street, San Francisco, California, February, 1937."
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1938 DEPRESSION ERA FARM GIRL NEBRASKA VACHON PHOTO
This photograph shows a young farm girl. Seward County, Nebraska. 1938 Oct. Photograph by John Vachon.
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1938 IMPERIAL VALLEY LITTLE BOY & MOM LANGE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Calipatria, Imperial Valley, In Farm Security Administration (FSA) emergency migratory labor camp. Daughter of ex-tenant farmers on thirds and fourths in cotton. Had fifty dollars when set out. Went to Phoenix, picked cotton, pulled bolls made eighty cents a day with two people pulling bolls. Stayed until school closed. Went to Idaho, picked peas until August. Left McCall with forty dollars "in hand." Went to Cedar City and Parowan, Utah, a distance of 700 miles. Picked peas through September. Went to Hollister, California. Picked peas through October. Left Hollister for Calipatria for early peas which froze. Now receiving Farm Security Administration food grant and waiting for work to begin. "Back in Oklahoma, we are sinking. You work your head off for a crop and then see it burn up. You live in debts that you can never get out of. This isn't a good life, but I say that it's a better life than it was," February, 1939. Photograph by Dorothea lange
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1938 OLD MEN AT DRUG STORE BEN SHAHN NEWARK OHIO PHOTO
This photograph shows "Sign on drugstore, Newark, Ohio." Photograph by Shahn.
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1938 TEXAS MIGRANT WORN WOMAN DEPRESSION 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 UNION BUS DEPOT BEN SHAHN MARION OHIO PHOTO
This photograph shows the Union Bus station, Marion, Ohio, June, 1938. Photograph by Shahn.
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1939 CALIFORNIA POTATO PICKER MIGRANT WOMAN 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 CHATHAM NEGRO SHARECROPPER DEPRESSION LANGE PHOTO
The caption for this photograph: "Tenant farmer. Chatham County, North Carolina. July, 1939."
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1939 DEPRESSION ERA PITTSBORO NC 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 EVICTED BLACK WOMAN & CHILD SHARECROPPER PHOTO
This photograph shows evicted sharecroppers along Highway 60, New Madrid County, Missouri, January, 1939.
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1939 EVICTION BLACK MAN MISSOURI SHARECROPPER PHOTO
This photograph shows an evicted sharecropper, New Madrid County, Missouri, January, 1939.
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