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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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42nd Street and Madison Avenue. Street hawker selling Consumer's Bureau Guide. New York City Library of Congress/NACO
American exodus: a record of human erosion National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Israel German National Library National Library of Sweden BIBSYS National Library of France National Library of Australia Sudoc [ABES], France
Auto camp north of Calipatria, California. Approximately eighty families from the Dust Bowl are camped here. They pay fifty cents a week. The only available work now is agricultural labor Library of Congress/NACO
Center Market. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Cotton picking in south Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Date palms. Coachella Valley, California Library of Congress/NACO
The Daugherty home. Note siphon which brings irrigation water from the opposite bench. Warm Springs district, Malheur County, Oregon. General caption 74 Library of Congress/NACO
Ditch bank housing for Mexican field workers. Imperial Valley, 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
Dusting cauliflower plants near Santa Maria, California Library of Congress/NACO
Farm Security Administration (FSA) temporary camp for migrants. Gridley, California. Peak of the season is August 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
Flood refugee family near Memphis, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Georgia road sign Library of Congress/NACO
Halloween party at Shafter migrant camp, California Wikidata 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
Harvesting milo maize, Tulare County, California. Cost of harvesting by this method totals ten dollars per acre. Cost of harvesting by cooperative harvester bought by Farm Security Administration (FSA) in this county, six dollars per acre Library of Congress/NACO
Hoe culture in the South. Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese Library of Congress/NACO
Inspection station on the California-Arizona state line maintained by the California Department of Agriculture to prevent the spread of plant pests. Yuma, Arizona Library of Congress/NACO
Ireland National Library of Ireland
Landscape showing raw land. Nyssa Heights, Malheur County, Oregon. General caption 66 Library of Congress/NACO
Large-scale, mechanized farming. The potato planter operated by a crew of three men, makes the rows, fertilizes and plants potatoes in one operation. Kern County, California Library of Congress/NACO
Leben für die Fotografie German National Library
Listening to speeches at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting congressional cut of relief appropriations. San Francisco, California Library of Congress/NACO
Loading cotton. Southern San Joaquin Valley, California Library of Congress/NACO
Longshoremen's lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront. California Library of Congress/NACO
Lumber burner and stacks of the Big Lakes Lumber Company, which produces box shook for produce boxes. Klamath Falls, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Men on "Skid Row." Modesto, 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 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
Near Hartsville, South Carolina, sorting and stringing the "golden leaf" at the tobacco barn, preparatory to curing. Note sled by which tobacco is brought to the barn from the field. This sharecropper family has six acres in tobacco, their main cash crop. They will sell this year's crop for about nine hundred dollars, of which they receive one-half Library of Congress/NACO
Near Meloland, Imperial Valley. Large scale agriculture. Gang labor, Mexican and white, from the Southwest. Pull, clean, tie and crate carrots for the eastern market for eleven cents per crate of forty-eight bunches. Many can make barely one dollar a day. Heavy oversupply of labor and competition for jobs is keen Library of Congress/NACO
Near mountain home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture Library of Congress/NACO
Near Tulare, California, U.S. 99. See general caption. Used car lots and auto wrecking establishments add to the litter which fronts this highway Library of Congress/NACO
Negro in Greenville, Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
Negro tenant topping tobacco. Person County, North Carolina Library of Congress/NACO
Night meeting in the Farm Security Administration (FSA) office, Rural Rehabilitation Division, Visalia, Tulare County, California. 144 families have applied for Farm Purchase Loans under the Farm Tenancy Act, passed by Congress in 1937. Ten applicants from this region of four counties will be finally selected Library of Congress/NACO
North central Arkansas, along U.S. 62. Split-log fence Library of Congress/NACO
Oil fields. Kern County, California Library of Congress/NACO
One of the younger Cleaver boys on new farm in Malheur County, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Part of family come for work in potatoes. Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California. Left their home in Turkey, Texas, November, 1938. Picked cotton in Arizona till March. Picked fruit in Oregon till June. Picked prunes in Idaho till September 15th Library of Congress/NACO
Pea pickers near Calipatria, California 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
Potato pickers' camp. Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California. General caption number 63-1 Library of Congress/NACO
San Miguel Mission. Erected 1797 by the Franciscan Fathers. California Library of Congress/NACO
Sharecropper family near Hazlehurst, Georgia Library of Congress/NACO
Sign near Tombstone, Arizona. Boot Hill graveyard Library of Congress/NACO
Siphon--the world's longest--which carries water five miles to Dead Ox Flat. It is eight feet in diameter. Malheur County, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Stranded residents of Careyville, Florida, who formerly obtained a livelihood from the lumber industry Library of Congress/NACO
Tenant farmer spreading grasshopper bait in his alfalfa field, five miles from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Library of Congress/NACO
These cotton hoers work from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. for one dollar near Clarksdale, Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
Threshing, midsummer noon. Five miles west of Malin. Klamath County, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Threshing of oats. Clayton, Indiana, south of Indianapolis Library of Congress/NACO
Threshing red clover for seed on older settler's ranch. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Tractor on Lake Dick project, Arkansas Library of Congress/NACO
Turpentine still. Georgia Library of Congress/NACO
Type house at "Garden Homes," Kern County, California. Twenty such homes have been completed and are occupied on a tract adjoining the Arvin Migratory Labor Camp. Rent is eight dollars and twenty cents monthly, which includes electricity and water Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. 99 on ridge over Tehachapi Mountains. Heavy truck route between Los Angeles and San Joaquin Valley over which migrants travel back and forth Library of Congress/NACO
Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation Library of Congress/NACO
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Waiting for relief checks. Calipatria, California Library of Congress/NACO
Washing facilities on a Greene County, Georgia, tenant farm Library of Congress/NACO
Young cotton growing in mechanized field. Hall County, Texas. Anyone who inspects one of these giant mechanized farms must realize that it foreshadows a fundamental change in American agriculture Library of Congress/NACO
Young farmer plowing while other co-op members work in the sawmill. The tractor does work for five member families. Ola self-help sawmill co-op. Gem County, Idaho Library of Congress/NACO

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