Sunday, September 11, 2016

Dorothea Lange

 Woman in auto camp for migrant citrus workers. 
Tulare County, California, November 1938
 Women packing apricots in large open sheds adjoining 
the orchards. Brentwood, California, January 1938
 Women walking down the road to see a sick neighbor. 
Person County, North Carolina, July 1939
 Young migrant mother with six weeks old baby born in a hospital with 
aid of Farm Security Administration (FSA) medical and association for 
migratory workers. She lives in a labor contractors' camp near Westley, California. 
"I try to keep him eatin' and sleepin' regular like I got him out of the hospital."
 Young family just arrived from Arkansas camped along 
the road. Imperial Valley, California, Spring 1937
Young family, penniless, hitchhiking on U.S. Highway 99, California. 
The father, twenty-four, and the mother, seventeen, came from 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, early in 1935. November 1936

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