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Vachon, John, 1914-1975 National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France ISNI

Vachon, John BIBSYS National Library of Portugal

John Vachon photographe américain Wikidata

Vachon, John (American photographer, 1914-1975) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 69209484 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0001  1069  4024 

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$4,000 yearly salary Library of Congress/NACO
3 x PL NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland
[African Americans and segregation in the South] Library of Congress/NACO
Billy Graham Library of Congress/NACO
Dick Clark Library of Congress/NACO
Duke Ellington Library of Congress/NACO
Episcopalians Library of Congress/NACO
Floyd Patterson Library of Congress/NACO
Harry Belafonte Library of Congress/NACO
India Library of Congress/NACO
J. Robert Oppenheimer Library of Congress/NACO
Just before the war catalogue National Library of Portugal
Madison Square Garden Library of Congress/NACO
Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland Library of Congress/NACO
Poland 1946 : the photographs and letters of John Vachon BIBSYS NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Poland
[Prace fotograficzne Johna Vachona]. National Library of Poland
Presbyterians Library of Congress/NACO
Rockville, Maryland. September, 1941. Students at the Congressional School of Aeronautics Library of Congress/NACO
[Rocky Marciano with medicine ball] Library of Congress/NACO
[Scenes from segregated New Orleans] Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works,a flourishing shop outside of Staunton, which does such heavy work as machining different rock crusher shafts Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Carl Wilbarger going to work in an acetylene welding outfit Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Claude Spitzer's skilled hands still take the place of machinery Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Frostbitten statue outside the Rockingham County Courthouse, Harrisonburg, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. General view of the Wilbarger shop. Mr. Wilbarger himself is bending over the power hack saw at the left Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. German Lutherans from Pennsylvania were among the first settlers in the Valley. This old church is at McGaheysville, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. In slack times, Paul Fletcher is helped only by his brothers, Walter and Malcolm Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. J.C Myers, at the age of 63, builds anvil vises and walnut crackers in his own work shop out behind his country home near Singers Glen, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. J.C. Myers, because of his intermittent employment, is a potential worker in a defense plant. When business is brisk, he works as an extra in Paul Fletcher's tiny factory in Harrisonburg Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Jack Lilly, veteran Wilbarger mechanic, relaxes in the front parlor of his modest home after work. He has worked for the same people for twenty-one years Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Luther Long, chairman of the electric cooperative, heads the Shenandoah Valley Committee Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Mr. Dickinson, county agent, Shenandoah County, and chairman of the county defense committee. Mr. Dickinson is shown in the living room of his home in Woodstock, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Mr. McGahey pointing out the bronze tablet marking the site where arms were manufactured for the Confederacy Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Mr. McGahey reading in the front room of his century-old house Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Mr. McGahey showing the contract for gun parts, which was let to his grandfather's plant by the Confederacy Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Paul Fletcher's tiny factory in Harrisburg, which turns out fifteen bottle washing machines a year, selling at thirty-five hundred dollars a piece. This was an invention of Mr. Fletcher's under the spur of necessity Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Penn Foundry Manufacturing Company at Waynesboro, Virginia. Three cavernous buildings filled with moldering machinery. Inhabited only by flocks of pigeons who nest among the unused pulley belts Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Shenandoah farmers decorate their barn doors. This building, formly used by the Mennonites and Dunkards, is on the main Valley road just north of Harrisonburg, Rockingham County Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. Sunday morning in the Shenandoah Valley. Saint Paul's Evangelical Reformed church is out in the country just north of Weyer's Cave Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. This is the Shenandoah Valley. A fold between the Blue Ridge and the Appalachian, some seventy miles in length, varying from thirty to eight miles in width Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley. View of the Chesapeake and Western Car Shop, Elkton Library of Congress/NACO
Ski clothes - menswear Library of Congress/NACO
Sleeveless sweaters Library of Congress/NACO
Song pluggers Library of Congress/NACO
Sonny Liston, boxer Library of Congress/NACO
South Library of Congress/NACO
Spats Library of Congress/NACO
Spousery Library of Congress/NACO
Springhill, Nova Scotia 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
Steve Allen Library of Congress/NACO
Stillman's Gym Library of Congress/NACO
Summer bachelor (food) Library of Congress/NACO
Supermarket Library of Congress/NACO
Tammany Hall Library of Congress/NACO
The Tarriers Library of Congress/NACO
Teacher of the year -- Roger Tenney Library of Congress/NACO
Teenagers Library of Congress/NACO
Tennessee Williams Library of Congress/NACO
This is show business Library of Congress/NACO
Tobé Coburn (fashion school) Library of Congress/NACO
Tom Hasbrook Library of Congress/NACO
Trzy razy Polska NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland
Tugboat race Library of Congress/NACO
Uranium Library of Congress/NACO
Vic Damone Library of Congress/NACO
[Vincent Riccio, social worker with the New York City Youth Board, three-quarter view, standing looking at graffiti (the name of a youth gang, Baltic Dukes) painted on a brick wall] Library of Congress/NACO
Wabash College student Library of Congress/NACO
Wall Street stockbroker (Bernard Lasker) Library of Congress/NACO
Wally Cox Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Feb. 1943. Captain "Eddie" Rickenbacker at a press conference, with officials of the U.S. Office of Education and with high school students Library of Congress/NACO
Water dowsers convention Library of Congress/NACO
Weather man Library of Congress/NACO
Western Venezuela, Feb. 1944, Lake Maracaibo shore line Library of Congress/NACO
What is America doing? Library of Congress/NACO
[Willie Mays, half-length portrait, sitting on bench in dugout, facing right, touching chin with left hand, wearing baseball uniform] Library of Congress/NACO
[Willie Mays, wearing baseball uniform, sitting on table in training room the New York Giants baseball team locker room, with his right foot being examined by the trainer] 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
Worker in Carl Wilbarger's machine shop in Harrisonburg, Virginia, the heart of the Shenandoah, Valley Library of Congress/NACO
Worker of J.E. Goode and Sons, Harrisonburg, takes time out for relaxation. This is one of the flourishing shops in the Valley Library of Congress/NACO
YWCA Library of Congress/NACO
Ziffren, San Francisco politician Library of Congress/NACO

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