Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Dorothea Lange

Yes, I'm taking another pass through the works of this great photographer. 

 Alabama tenant farmer and children. Family labor 
in cotton. Near Anniston, Alabama, June 1936
 Along the highway near Bakersfield, California. Dust bowl refugees, Nov 1935
 American River camp, Sacramento. Home of Tennessee family, now migratory workers. Seven in family, came to California July 1935, following relatives who had come in 1933, Nov 1936
 Arkansas family. Seven months in California. Washing dishes, Feb 1936
 Bean thresher. Mechanized agriculture between Turlock and Merced, California, Nov 1936
 Blue Blaze coal mine. Connsumers, near Price, Utah. Future coal miners, Mar 1936
 Bronx, New York. Many of the future Hightstown settlers 
are now living in the Bronx district, June 1936
 Cherry pickers near Millville, New Jersey. The cherry crop is harvested by local families, men, women and children, June 1936
 Hooverville of Bakersfield, California. A rapidly growing community of people living rent-free on the edge of the town dump in whatever kind of shelter available, Apr 1936
Migrant family looking for work in the pea fields. California, Feb 1936

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