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VIAF ID: 67403690 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  7868  8096 

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Far from Main Street : three photographers in depression-era New Mexico National Library of Sweden
FSA photographs of Chamisal and Peñasco, New Mexico Library of Congress/NACO
New York, N.Y. June-December, 1936. Housing for poor and lower income groups Library of Congress/NACO
Norco and river towns above New Orleans, La. Aug.-Oct., 1938. Interior and exterior views near Norco Library of Congress/NACO
Oklahoma. University, Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology Library of Congress/NACO
Ola, Idaho. July, 1942. FSA Ola self-help cooperative, adjacent timber stand, sawmill, and farms Library of Congress/NACO
Olga and the Plaquemines delta, La. Sept., 1938. Fishermen unloading, sacking, and shipping oysters at Olga Library of Congress/NACO
Pace (vicinity) Miss. in the Delta area ... The wife of a tenant farmer cleaning the kitchen of her home ... Library of Congress/NACO
Pie Town, N.M., cooperative community of homesteaders, Oct. 1940 Library of Congress/NACO
Pie Town, New Mexico. A community settled by about 200 migrant Texas and Oklahoma farmers who have filed homestead claims Homesteader and his wife in the living room of their new adobe house. This couple came out seven years ago from Oklahoma, and lived in a log cabin until they built the adobe house that winter. Library of Congress/NACO
Pine Bluff, Endora, and other small towns in Arkansas. Sept.-Oct., 1938 and Jan., 1939. Loading logs to be made into barrel staves in freight cars at Endora Library of Congress/NACO
Portable country sawmills in the northwestern and southeastern sections of Illinois. 1936-1937 Library of Congress/NACO
Portuguese-Americans in California. May, 1942. Communities predominantly Portuguese-American, residential areas, main streets, churches Library of Congress/NACO
El Porvenir, New Mexico. July, 1939. Boys' private summer camp Library of Congress/NACO
Posey County, Indiana. February, 1937. 1937 flood Library of Congress/NACO
La Pryor, Texas. March, 1939. Harvesting and shipping spinach Library of Congress/NACO
Quemado, New Mexico. June, 1940. Rodeo Library of Congress/NACO
Raceland, La. Sept., 1938. Interior views of bar rooms Library of Congress/NACO
Roadside markets in Connecticut. 1939-1941. Roadside harvest markets and vendors Library of Congress/NACO
Rupert, Idaho. July, 1942. Japanese-American farm workers at an FSA camp, formerly used by CCC boys, barracks, sanitary facilities, laundry, clinic Library of Congress/NACO
Rural areas in Vermont. October, 1939. Small towns and farms Library of Congress/NACO
Russell Lee, photographer National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Sweden
Salmon River Valley, Idaho. August, 1942. Mountain ranges and fertile valley floor along the source of the Salmon River and tributaries Library of Congress/NACO
San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Mexican quarter Library of Congress/NACO
Shasta Dam, California. December, 1941. Conveyor, overhead cable and other methods of transportation used to supply materials to construction site at Shasta Dam Library of Congress/NACO
Shasta Dam, California. December, 1941-June, 1942. Preparing and pouring concrete Library of Congress/NACO
Shawneetown, Illinois. April, 1937. Easternmost Illinois city on the Ohio River, an important port, banking, and salt producing center in early days Library of Congress/NACO
Shelley, Idaho. August, 1942. Japanese-American farm workers in FSA mobile camps, working in sugar beet fields, on lawns in town Library of Congress/NACO
Sheridan County and Antelope, Montana. November 1937. People and land in drought areas Library of Congress/NACO
Sheridan, Montana. August-October, 1942. Sheep in cattle trading center of agricultural and mining region Library of Congress/NACO
Sikeston, Mo. May, 1938. The "Lasses" White Carnival - "world's best tent show" Library of Congress/NACO
Sikeston, Mo. May, 1938. Wrestling match sponsored by the American Legion Library of Congress/NACO
Sikeston, New Madrid, and other flooded areas in Missouri. Jan.-March, 1937. Flood refugees in schoolhouse and Baptist Church Library of Congress/NACO
Silverton and Eureka, Colo. September, 1940. Mining towns in the Animas River Valley Library of Congress/NACO
Sonoma County, California. January, 1942. Growing and bottling American wines at the Fountain Grove Vineyard Library of Congress/NACO
Sonoma County, California. January, 1942. Poultry raising exclusively for egg production on a scientific basis Library of Congress/NACO
Southwestern Colorado. September, 1940 Library of Congress/NACO
Spencer, Iowa. Interior of a shack in "Shantytown" Library of Congress/NACO
Spur, Texas. May, 1939. SMS cattle ranch Library of Congress/NACO
St. Martinsville, La. Oct.-Nov., 1938. St. Martin Parish courthouse, (built by slave labor, 1853) Library of Congress/NACO
St. Paul, Minnesota. 1937-1939. Terraced part of city on the north bank of the Mississippi River Library of Congress/NACO
The State rice mill in Louisiana. Sept., 1938. Dumping rice into a hopper and passing it through machines to clip, grade, and remove foreign matter Library of Congress/NACO
Stateline, Miss. Nov., 1939. Turpentine still Library of Congress/NACO
Stillwater County, Montana. September, 1942. Mining and processing chrome ore in the Ben Bow and Mouat Chromite Mines and Mills, 75 miles from the nearest town Library of Congress/NACO
Strathmore and Lindsay, California. February, 1942. Olive oil production Library of Congress/NACO
Suki Schorer on Balanchine technique National Library of the Netherlands
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. June-July, 1937. Harvesting, processing, and canning peas Library of Congress/NACO
Sunflower Plantation, Inc., Merigold, Miss. 1936-1939. Sharecroppers' homes near Pace Library of Congress/NACO
Taos County, New Mexico. 1939-1940. Spanish-American farm communities Library of Congress/NACO
Tehama County, Calif. Nov 1940. Small farms; farm yards; sheds; haystacks; chicken houses Library of Congress/NACO
Telluride, Colo. September, 1940. A partially abandoned gold mining town Library of Congress/NACO
Tenant farmers in Oklahoma. June-July, 1939. Living conditions of Negro and white tenant farmers in Oklahoma Library of Congress/NACO
Tillamook County and other lumber country, Ore. Sept-Oct 1936-1941. Hauling logs Library of Congress/NACO
Tillamook, Oregon. October, 1941. Tillamook cheese plant Library of Congress/NACO
Tobacco farming in Connecticut. 1937-1941. Tobacco culture by Polish-American farmers Library of Congress/NACO
Tom Greene County, Texas. November, 1939. Truck farming, irrigation machinery Library of Congress/NACO
Tombstone, Arizona. 1937-1940. A thriving mining town in the 1880's known for its glamour and excitement, now partially abandoned Library of Congress/NACO
Towns in the Shasta Dam area, Calif. Nov-Dec 1940 Library of Congress/NACO
Tulare County, Calif. 1938-1942. Tulare camp for migrant agricultural workers Library of Congress/NACO
Tulare County, Calif. Feb 1942. Tenant purchase clients' cooperative store Library of Congress/NACO
Turlock, California. May, 1942. Some of the activities of a small town housewife in the upper middle income group Library of Congress/NACO
Tyrone, New Mexico. May, 1940. Abandoned copper town, originally built by Burro Mountain Copper Company ... Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration clients in Vermont. 1937-1939. Farmland and buildings Library of Congress/NACO
United Producers' and Consumers' Cooperative, Phoenix, Arizona. May, 1940. Retail store and stock, members making purchases, salesmen demonstrating goods Library of Congress/NACO
Vale-Owyhee irrigation project, Malheur County, Oregon. 1941-1942 Library of Congress/NACO
Valley County, Idaho. June-July, 1941. The Cruzen cattle ranch Library of Congress/NACO
Visalia, Calif. 1938-1940. The Mineral King Farm Association cooperative farm Library of Congress/NACO
Waco, Texas. 1939. Cottonseed oil mill Library of Congress/NACO
Waco, Texas. 1939. Small town market square and activities Library of Congress/NACO
Washington County, Utah. September-October, 1940. Mormons farming dry land and raising poultry with aid of FSA cooperative irrigation project Library of Congress/NACO
Weslaco, Texas. February, 1939. Migrant squatter camp Library of Congress/NACO
Wheat farmland, Walla Walla, Washington Library of Congress/NACO
Willamette National Forest, Lane County, Oregon. July, 1942. Wooded and snow-covered mountains, rivers, streams, creeks, waterfalls, highway Library of Congress/NACO
Williams County and surrounding territory in North Dakota. August-November, 1937 Library of Congress/NACO
Wisdom, Montana. Spring-Summer, 1942. Largest town, population 385 in the Big Hole Basin, a trading center in ranching country Library of Congress/NACO
Woodbury County, Iowa. Dec., 1936. Farms on submarginal land at Smithland and Little Sioux Township Library of Congress/NACO
Yakima, Washington. Sept. 1941. Farm Security Administration migratory labaor camp for farm families Library of Congress/NACO
Yuba City, California. June, 1942. Truck and flower gardening at the FSA migratory farm worker's camp Library of Congress/NACO
Yuma County, Arizona. March, 1942. Farm Security Administration migratory farm workers' community activities Library of Congress/NACO

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