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Lange, Dorothea, 1895-1965 National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Latvia ISNI National Library of the Czech Republic National Library of Sweden Vatican Library Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library National Library of Ireland Swiss National Library National Library of France

Dorothea Lange American photojournalist Wikidata

Lange, Dorothea (American photographer, 1895-1965) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 77594538 (Personal)

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American exodus: a record of human erosion National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland German National Library National Library of Sweden BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Israel National Library of France National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Bean thresher. Mechanized agriculture between Turlock and Merced, California Library of Congress/NACO
California home of Oklahoma drought refugee Library of Congress/NACO
Center Market. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Cherry pickers near Millville, New Jersey. The cherry crop is harvested by local families, men, women and children Library of Congress/NACO
Child living in Oklahoma City shacktown Library of Congress/NACO
Children of turpentine worker near Cordele, Alabama. The father earns one dollar a day Library of Congress/NACO
Company housing for cotton workers near Corcoran, California Library of Congress/NACO
Concrete mixing plant. Birmingham, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Consumers, near Price, Utah. Company housing in coal town Library of Congress/NACO
Cotton bales on gin platform. Robstown, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Cotton picking in south Texas Library of Congress/NACO
The crucial years : RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
Date picker's home. Coachella Valley, California Library of Congress/NACO
Dispossessed Arkansas farmers. These people are resettling themselves on the dump outside of Bakersfield, California Library of Congress/NACO
Dorothea Lange National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France National Library of the Czech Republic National Library of Sweden National Library of Spain Vatican Library xR Extended Relationships Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland German National Library BIBSYS National Library of Latvia Library of Congress/NACO
Drying up corn. Near Eutaw, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Employment signs in Spanish and English. These ranches (1938) increasingly use Negro pickers. Near Fresno, California Library of Congress/NACO
Example of self-resettlement in California. Oklahoma farm family on highway between Blythe and Indio Library of Congress/NACO
Executive order 9066; the internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans Library of Congress/NACO
Filipino gang labor in pea fields near Pismo Beach, Nipomo, California. Work for Japanese, live on Japanese ranches. Sixty men in this gang Library of Congress/NACO
First schoolteacher of Escalante, Utah. Eighty-five years old Library of Congress/NACO
Freshly-plowed sugar beet field near King City. Shows large scale of farm operations in California Library of Congress/NACO
Grandmother from Oklahoma and her pieced quilt. California, Kern County Library of Congress/NACO
Grandmother of twenty-two children, from a farm in Oklahoma; eighty years old. Now living in camp on the outskirts of Bakersfield, California. "If you lose your pluck you lose the most there is in you - all you've got to live with" Library of Congress/NACO
Hard times histoires orales de la grande dépression RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France
Hightstown, New Jersey. Jewish-American farm mother, Mrs. Cohen, wife of the farm manager Library of Congress/NACO
Hoe culture. Alabama tenant farmer near Anniston Library of Congress/NACO
Hoe culture in the South. Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
Ireland National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Ireland
Ein Leben für die Fotografie German National Library
Loading cotton. Southern San Joaquin Valley, California Library of Congress/NACO
Mexican mother in California. "Sometimes I tell my children that I would like to go to Mexico, but they tell me 'We don't want to go, we belong here.'" (Note on Mexican labor situation in repatriation.) Library of Congress/NACO
Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven hungry children. Mother aged thirty-two. Father is native Californian. Nipomo, California Library of Congress/NACO
Migrant farmers National Library of France
Migrant shed worker. Northeast Florida Library of Congress/NACO
Migrants, family of Mexicans, on road with tire trouble. Looking for work in the peas. California Library of Congress/NACO
Migrants from Delaware picking berries in southern New Jersey Library of Congress/NACO
Migratory woman, Greek, living in a cotton camp near Exeter, California Library of Congress/NACO
Mobile housing--a trend. One of the many housecars under construction by homeless people who formerly lived in tents. California Library of Congress/NACO
El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. One hundred homes, all occupied, each with three quarters of an acre land. Average family income eight hundred dollars per annum Library of Congress/NACO
Mother of family camped near a creek bed, panning for gold. "Slept in a bed all my life long till now--sleeping on the ground." Near Redding, California Library of Congress/NACO
Negro in Greenville, Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
Negroes under the National Youth Administration. Live Oak, Florida Library of Congress/NACO
"Old age" near Washington, Pennsylvania Library of Congress/NACO
Old time Chinaman of the type that originally followed the crops in California. Sacramento, California Library of Congress/NACO
Old time Negro living on cotton patch near Vicksburg, Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
The older brother teaches the younger on a farm in the Piedmont, North Carolina Library of Congress/NACO
Once a Missouri farmer, now a migratory farm laborer on the Pacific Coast. California Library of Congress/NACO
One side of the monument erected to race prejudice. New Orleans, Louisiana Library of Congress/NACO
Part of migrant family of five, encamped near Porterville, California, while waiting for work in the orange groves Library of Congress/NACO
People living in miserable poverty, Elm Grove, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Library of Congress/NACO
Photographs of a lifetime National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France National Library of Sweden BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Israel National Library of Ireland xR Extended Relationships National Library of Latvia National Library of Australia
Plowboy in Alabama earns seventy-five cents daily Library of Congress/NACO
Potato harvesters. Kern County, California Library of Congress/NACO
Rural Rehabilitation Administration client. Hayward, California Library of Congress/NACO
Salinas lettuce fields. California Library of Congress/NACO
San Miguel Mission. Erected 1797 by the Franciscan Fathers. California Library of Congress/NACO
Saturday afternoon in front of the courthouse. Greenville [i.e., Greeneville], Tennessee Library of Congress/NACO
Scene in a downtown park. Jacksonville, Florida Library of Congress/NACO
The sheriff of McAlester, Oklahoma, sitting in front of the jail. He has been sheriff for thirty years Library of Congress/NACO
Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company. Birmingham, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Slums of Brawley, California. Imperial Valley Library of Congress/NACO
Street scene. Macon, Georgia Library of Congress/NACO
The threshing of oats. Clayton, Indiana, south of Indianapolis Library of Congress/NACO
Transportation in the South. Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
"The trek of bums, tramps, single transients, and undesirable indigents out of Los Angeles County because of police activity." California Library of Congress/NACO
[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Community barber shop in Kern County migrant camp, California] Library of Congress/NACO
View of Kern migrant camp showing outdoor clubroom with protection from the sun. California Library of Congress/NACO
Wheat in Sperryville, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
While the mothers are working in the fields, the preschool children of migrant families are cared for in nursery school under trained teachers. Kern migrant camp, California Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
White tenant farmer works on shares. North Carolina Library of Congress/NACO

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