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Dorothea Lange – May 26, 1895 – October 11, 1965

Dorothea Lange’s America
Photographs, by order of appearance:

  1. Hands, Maynard And Dan Dixon, 1930
  2. White Angel Breadline, 1933
  3. Workers Unite, 1934
  4. Mended Stockings, 1934
  5. Unemployed Men, 1934
  6. Filipinos Cutting Lettuce, 1935
  7. Girl With Mattress Springs, 1935
  8. In The Southwest, 1935
  9. Out Of Rear Window Tenement Dwelling Of Mr. And Mrs. Jacob Solomon, 133 Avenue D, New York City, 1936
  10. Unemployed Men On Howard Street, 1937
  11. Abandoned Tenant Cabin, 1937
  12. Five Tenant Farmers Without Farms, 1937
  13. Death In The Doorway, 1938
  14. Rural Rehabilitation Client, 1938
  15. Funeral Cortege, 1938
  16. Migrant Mother, 1936
  17. Rural Landscape With Grapes Of Wrath Billboard, 1940
  18. Woman In Trailer Camp, 1940
  19. Migratory Cotton Picker, 1940
  20. Amana Society, 1941
  21. Bessie, Daughter Of Zion, 1953
  22. Saint George Highway, 1953
  23. Rebecca Dixon, 1954
  24. The Church Is Full, 1954
  25. US Highway 40, 1956
  26. Near Milpitas, California, 1956
  27. Hand, Indonesian Dancer, 1958
  28. Bad Trouble Over The Weekend, 1964

All photos here provided by the United States Library of Congress with no known copyright restrictions.

Exhibit held at The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 State Route 80, Cooperstown, New York 13326, United States Of America

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