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0622508
ROSA PARKS (1913-2005).
American civil rights activist. Booking photo taken after her arrest for refusing to surrender a bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. Photograph, 1 December 1955. Full Credit: Edimedia/WHA/Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0002389
CLOSED BANK, 1939.
A closed bank at Haverill, Iowa. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, September 1939.
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0002391
MIGRANT FARM WORKERS.
Florence Thompson, a 32-year-old migrant worker, photographed with her children in Nipomo, California. Photograph part of the 'Migrant Mother' series by Dorothea Lange, 1936.
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0002394
DEPRESSION & DROUGHT, 1938.
Main Street at Caddo, Oklahoma, a town suffering from the Depression and from the drought in the surrounding farmlands. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1938.
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0002397
DROUGHT REFUGEE, 1936.
Oklahoma drought refugees in Blythe, California. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1936.
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0002424
SHARECROPPER, 1936.
Lewis Hunter and his family outside their home at Lady's Island, Beaufort, South Carolina. Photograph by Carl Mydans, 1936.
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0002425
SHARECROPPERS, 1937.
Descendants of former slaves of the Pettway Plantation, Gee's Bend, Alabama. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, 1937.
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0002427
MIGRANT WORKER, 1939.
A migrant worker's shack in a shanty town, near Canal Point, Florida. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, 1939.
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0002428
TEXAS: SHACK, 1939.
Shack of a World War I veteran near Nueces Bay, Corpus Christi, Texas. Photograph by Russell Lee, 1939.
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0002429
MIGRANT WORKERS, 1939.
A family of migrant workers with their automobile in the Arkansas River bottoms near Vian, Oklahoma. Photograph by Russell Lee, 1939.
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0002515
JITTERBUGGING, 1939.
In a juke joint on a Saturday night, Clarksdale, Mississippi. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, 1939.
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0003512
MIGRANT WORKERS, c1930.
A family of fruit pickers from Oklahoma en route to Arkansas. Photograph, c1930
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SOUTHERN SHACK, c1930.
A scene in the rural South. Photograph, c1930.
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MIGRANT MOTHER, c1930.
A mother holding her baby in front of her shack in the rural South. Photograph, c1930.
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COTTON PICKERS, 1937.
Cotton hoers in Memphis, Tennessee, preparing to depart for a day's work in Arkansas. Photographed by Dorothea Lange, June 1937.
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0622435
CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870).
English novelist. Lithograph by Eliphalet Brown, 1839, identifying Dickens by his pen name, 'Boz.'
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0622436
DICKENS: PICKWICK PAPERS.
Illustration by Felix O.C. Darley for Charles Dickens's 'The Pickwick Papers,' showing Mr. Winkle and hunters with two hunting dogs. Engraving, c1873.
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0622437
DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD.
Illustration by Felix O.C. Darley for Charles Dickens's 'David Copperfield.' Engraving, c1873.
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0622438
DICKENS: DOMBEY AND SON.
Illustration by Felix O.C. Darley for Charles Dickens's 'Dombey and Son,' showing Captain Cuttle taking the pulse of Florence. Engraving by Stephen Alonzo Schoff, c1873.
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0622439
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, c1914.
Exterior of 'The Old Curiosity Shop,' immortalized by Charles Dickens's novel, London, England. Stereograph, c1914.
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0622440
DICKENS: NICHOLAS NICKLEBY.
'Smiling horribly all the time, and looking steadfastly at nothing.' Illustration by Charles Stanley Reinhart for Charles Dickens's novel, Nicholas Nickleby. Pen and ink drawing, c1873.
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0622441
POSTER: A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
Poster for a performance of 'A Christmas Carol,' performed by the Federal Theatre for youth, presented by the Works Progress Administration in Ohio, c1938.
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0622442
POSTER: A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
Poster for a performance of Charles Dickens's 'A Christmas Carol,' presented by the Federal Theatre Marionettes, c1938.
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0622443
THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH.
Poster for a performance of Charles Dickens's 'The Cricket on the Hearth,' presented by the Federal Theatre Project, c1938.
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0622444
DICKENS: OLIVER TWIST.
Mr. Bumble, a character from Charles Dickens's 'Oliver Twist.' Illustration by Joseph Clayton Clarke, known as 'Kyd.' Lithograph, c1899.
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0622445
DICKENS: PICKWICK PAPERS.
Mr. Weller Senior, a character from Charles Dickens's 'Pickwick Papers.' Illustration by Joseph Clayton Clarke, known as 'Kyd.' Lithograph, c1899.
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0622446
DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD.
Mr. Micawber, a character from Charles Dickens's 'David Copperfield.' Illustration by Joseph Clayton Clarke, known as 'Kyd.' Lithograph, c1899.
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0622447
DICKENS: OLIVER TWIST.
American advertisement for a performance of Charles Dickens's 'Oliver Twist,' featuring the character Nancy Sikes. Woodcut poster, c1885.
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0622403
MALALA YOUSAFZAI (1997-).
Pakistani education activist and Nobel Prize laureate. At the United Nations to advocate for worldwide education access. Photograph, 12 July 2013. Full Credit: ullstein bild - snapshot-photography / Future Image/Van Tine / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0622404
MALALA YOUSAFZAI (1997-).
Pakistani education activist and Nobel Prize laureate. At the United Nations to advocate for worldwide education access. Photograph, 12 July 2013. Full Credit: ullstein bild - snapshot-photography / Future Image/Van Tine / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0622405
MALALA YOUSAFZAI (1997-).
Pakistani education activist and Nobel Prize laureate. With United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon. Photograph, 12 July 2013. Full Credit: ullstein bild - snapshot-photography / Future Image/Van Tine / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0036140
THEODORE ROOSEVELT
(1858-1919). 26th President of the United States. Photographed in 1903.
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0527709
FIDEL CASTRO (1926-2016).
Cuban revolutionary leader. Caricature by Edmund Valtman, c1970.
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0527721
LOS ANGELES, 1965.
Aerial view of Los Angeles, California. Photograph by Thomas O'Halloran, July 1965.
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0527722
VIETNAM WAR PROTEST, 1965.
An anti-Vietnam War protest in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. Photograph by Thomas O'Halloran, August 1965.
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0527723
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
A dance palace in Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0527724
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
A used car lot Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0527725
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
The Earl Carroll Theatre in Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0527726
LOS ANGELES, 1965.
Storefronts in a Mexican neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Photograph by Thomas O'Halloran, July 1965.
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0527727
JAPANESE RELOCATION, 1942.
Sign in the window of the Asahi Dye Works in the Little Tokyo neighborhood in Los Angeles, shortly before Japanese-American residents were evacuated for internment camps for the remainder of World War II. Photograph by Clem Albers, April 1942.
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