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In the Face of All Odds: Dorothea Lange's Psychological Studies of the Depression's Disenfranchised

Carl Mydans fotografo estadounidense

Carl Mydans -- Cafe in Pikesville, Tennessee, 1936 (for the Farm Security Administration)

Dorothea Lange Dust Bowl | This photograph by Dorothea Lange shows a Mexican family of migrant ...

THE GRAPES OF WRATH: Okies On the Road to the Promised Land

The Depression Era Photography of Dorothea Lange ~ Kuriositas

Although the situation improved as time went by, some still needed relief. Here people are lining up for relief in

Photo: Dorothea Lange

Girls of Lincoln Bench School study their reading lesson. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, 1939 Vintage Photos: Dorothea Lange - Kids

​Jack Delano: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut, 1940.

Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Library of Congress

"Nettie Featherston, wife of a migratory laborer with three children. Near Childress, Texas. "If you die, you're dead – that's all." By Dorothea Lange.

Dorothea Lange - June Nettie Featherston, wife of a migratory laborer with three children. Near Childress, Texas.

.1938 hobo during the Great Depression. All his earthly possessions fit in a bag.

by Dorothea Lange December “Napa Valley, California. More than 25 years a bindlestiff. Walks from the mines to the lumber camps to the farms. The type that formed the backbone of the Industrial.

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