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[Farm wagon, driven by an African American man, Reed Camp, South Carolina]

[Farm wagon, driven by an African American man, Reed Camp, South Carol...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on back: "2. Farm wagon, Reed Camp, SC Dec 1934." Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk music... more

[Farm wagon, driven by an African American man, Reed Camp, South Carolina]

[Farm wagon, driven by an African American man, Reed Camp, South Carol...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on back: "Farm Wagon, Reed Camp, S.C.; 2; Dec. 1934." Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk m... more

[African American convicts working with axes, watchtower in background, Reed Camp, South Carolina]

[African American convicts working with axes, watchtower in background...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on back: "Convicts Reed Camp, SC; Dec. 1934." Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk musicians... more

[Prisoners breaking up rocks at a prison camp or road construction site]

[Prisoners breaking up rocks at a prison camp or road construction sit...

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk musicians, primarily in the southern United States and the Bahamas.

[African American convicts working with axes, Reed Camp, South Carolina]

[African American convicts working with axes, Reed Camp, South Carolin...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on back: "Convicts Reed Camp, SC; Dec. 1934." Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk musicians... more

[Prisoners breaking up rocks at a prison camp or road construction site]

[Prisoners breaking up rocks at a prison camp or road construction sit...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Forms part of: Lomax collection of photographs depicting folk musicians, primarily in the southern United States and the Bahamas.

[Prisoners working outside Reed Camp, South Carolina; Portraits of Ernest and Paul, Jennings, Louisiana; Portrait of Sam Ballard, New Iberia, Louisiana; Views of a baptism near Mineola, Texas]

[Prisoners working outside Reed Camp, South Carolina; Portraits of Ern...

Title devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on back: "N54: Ernest and Paul Jennings, La. July 1934, no other print of this"; "N57: Sam Ballard (Old Dad), New Ibe... more

Squatter camp facilities

Squatter camp facilities

Shelter with trash strewn around, Indio, Imperial Valley, California. Photograph taken for U.S. Resettlement Administration.

Pea picker's children: case of malnutrition. Contractor's camp at Nipomo

Pea picker's children: case of malnutrition. Contractor's camp at Nipo...

2 children alongside of tent, California. Photoprint by Dorothea Lange. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Ph. Ind.; Migrant labor; Cal. NIPOMO.

[Establishment of rural rehabilitation camps for migrants in Calif.]

[Establishment of rural rehabilitation camps for migrants in Calif.]

1. Labor camp privy, Coachella Valley; 2. Filipino bathing house near Indio [tub in corner]. Photoprints by Dorothea Lange. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Pr... more

Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War In...

This image is one of the images made by photographers working in Stryker's unit as it existed in a succession of government agencies: the Resettlement Administration (1935-1937). The photographs of the Farm Se... more

Over this bridge drought refugees are crossing the Colorado River into California. U.S. 80 / Dorothea Lange, 1935.

Over this bridge drought refugees are crossing the Colorado River into...

Photograph shows cars crossing a bridge with a sign with the word "Yuma" on the top. Title from item.

Corn belt refugee, Merced Co.

Corn belt refugee, Merced Co.

Photograph shows a man, three-quarter length portrait, standing next to tent dwelling with chimney, possibly attached to motor vehicle.

Pea pickers from Vermont - 6 weeks earnings $7.00 - at squatter's camp, Nipomo

Pea pickers from Vermont - 6 weeks earnings $7.00 - at squatter's camp...

Photograph shows men working on an automobile parked in front of a tent in a grove of eucalyptus trees. Title from item. In album: Rural rehabilitation camps for migrants in California / compiled by Paul S. Tay... more

Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven children without food. Mother aged thirty-two. Father is a native Californian. Nipomo, California

Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven children without food. Mot...

Photograph shows Florence Thompson with two of her children as part of the "Migrant Mother" series. For background information, see "Dorothea Lange's M̀igrant Mother' photographs ..." http://www.loc.gov/rr/prin... more

Calipatria, Imperial Valley

Calipatria, Imperial Valley

Migrant woman standing in doorway of shack. Photoprint by Dorothea Lange. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Migrant workers.

[Map of California by the Rural Rehabilitation Division showing areas where different crops are grown, proposed location of initial camps for migrants, and routes of migration]

[Map of California by the Rural Rehabilitation Division showing areas ...

Repro. of drawing. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.

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