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BURLINGTON ZEPHYR, 1940.
Awaiting the arrival of the Burlington Zephyr in East Dubuque, Illinois: oil over a photograph, 1940, by John Vachon.
GENERAL STORE, 1936.
An interior of a general store in Moundville, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans in July 1936.
NEW JERSEY, 1936.
View of Seabrook Farms between Bridgeton and Vineland, New Jersey. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, 1936.
KANSAS: TOBACCO, 1938.
A man lighting a cigarette in a tobacco field in Coffey County, Kansas. Photograph by John Vachon, 1938.
EASTER MORNING, 1941.
Boys dressed up for Easter on the Southside of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1941.
KENTUCKY RESIDENT, 1935.
Resident of Smithland, Kentucky. Photographed September 1935 by Ben Shahn.
Japanese Americans working in the fields at an internment camp in Malheur County, Oregon, during World War II, 1942-43. Photographed by Russell Lee.
STREETSIDE GAMES, NYC 1938.
Streetside games in New York City. Oil over
Photograph, by Walker Evans in 1938.
PUERTO RICO: SUGAR CANE.
Workers on a plantation near Ponce, Puerto Rico unloading sugar cane onto a train for shipment to the refinery. Oil over a photograph, 1938, by Edwin Rosskam.
Thanksgiving Day at Ledyard, Connecticut. Photograph, 1940, by Jack Delano.
Thanksgiving meal in Ledyard, Connecticut. Photographed 1940 by Jack Delano.
ROADSIDE CAMP, 1939.
Migrant worker playing his guitar at a roadside camp for migrant workers, Lincoln County, Oklahoma. Photograph by Russell Lee, 1939.
MIGRANT CAMP, 1939.
A laundry unit at a mobile camp for migrant workers in Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1942.
Two Japanese-American children photographed by Dorothea Lange at an internment camp in Hayward, California, 8 May 1942.
JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1942.
A grandfather and his grandchildren await transportation to an internment camp for Japanese-Americans in Hayward, California. Photographed by Dorothea Lange, 8 May 1942.
A mother holding her baby in front of her shack in the rural South during the 1930s.
FAMILY: SUPPER, 1941.
A family saying grace before afternoon supper at home in Carroll County, Georgia: oil over a photograph, 1941, by Jack Delano.
CLOSED BANK, 1936.
A closed Kansas bank in rural America. Photograph by Arthur Rothstien, 1936.
MIGRANT CHILDREN, 1939.
Bean pickers' children in Marin County, California, originally from Kansas, California, South Dakota, Oregon, Nebraska, and Minnesota. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1939.
MIGRANT FAMILY, 1937.
The family of a Tennessee migrant fruit worker at their camp in a field near a fruit-packing house in Winter Haven, Florida. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, January 1937.
TIRE CHANGING, 1940.
Photographer Marion Post Wolcott changing a flat tire on a borrowed car, while on assignment along the Kentucky River. Photograph, 1940.
MN: MEXICAN WORKER, 1937.
A Mexican sugar beet worker near Fisher, Minnesota. Oil over a photograph, 1937, by Russell Lee.
Thirteen-year-old sharecropper boy near Americus, Georgia. Oil over a photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1937.
NEW MEXICO: ADOBE HOUSE.
Replastering an adobe house at Chamisal, New Mexico. Photograph, 1940, by Russell Lee.
SHARECROPPER'S WIFE, 1935.
Pregnant mother and child of a sharecropped in their shack, Washington County, Arkansas. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, 1935.
REVIVAL MEETING, 1938.
A revival meeting in a garage at Dos Palos, California. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1938.
COMMUNITY DINNER, 1940.
Women setting out dinner at the all day community sing in Pie Town, New Mexico. Photograph by Russell Lee, 1940.
DC: PASSENGER PLANE, 1941.
A passenger boarding a plane on a rainy day at the municipal airport in Washington, D.C. Oil over a photograph, 1941, by Jack Delano.
TEXAS: HOME RADIO, 1939.
A farm couple listening to the radio at home in Hidalgo County, Texas. Oil over a photograph, 1939, by Russell Lee.
COAL MINER'S FAMILY, 1938.
Mother, wife and baby of unemployed coal miner, Marine, West Virginia. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, September 1938.
OREGON: SAW MILL, 1939.
A 'pond monkey' worker guides the direction of logs from the mill pond to the chute at the Pelican Bay Lumber Co., Klamath Falls, Oregon. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August 1939.
HOMELESS FAMILY, 1939.
Family with five children traveling through Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, to Krebs, Oklahoma, in search of work after the father was sick with pneumonia, unable to work, and lost the farm. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.
CENTRAL PARK ZOO, 1942.
A family in the Central Park Zoo in New York City. Photograph by Marjory Collins, 1942.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1936.
A banner for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John Nance Garner for President and Vice President at Harwick, Vermont. Oil over a photograph, September 1936, by Carl Mydans.
MEXICAN CHILDREN, 1939.
Mexican children at home in San Antonio, Texas. Photographed by Russell Lee in 1939.
OREGON: WORKMEN, 1941.
Workmen at the Umatilla Ordnance Depot in Hermiston, Oregon. Photograph, Russell Lee, 1941.
ARIZONA: HOSPITAL, 1942.
The boy's ward at the Cairns General Hospital at the farm-workers community in Eleven Mile Corner, Arizona. Photograph by Russell Lee, February 1942.
MEMPHIS: UNEMPLOYED, 1938.
Part of the daily lineup of unemployed men waiting outside the office of the State Employment Service in Memphis, Tennessee. Photographed by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.
IOWA: FREIGHT TRAIN, 1940.
A boy jumping a freight train, Dubuque, Iowa. Photograph by John Vachon in April 1940.
SODA JERK, 1939.
A soda jerk at a soda fountain in Corpus Christi, Texas. Oil over a photograph taken, 1939, by Russell Lee.
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