July 1936. Hill House, Mississippi. "Sharecroppers' families gathering needs for their Fourth of July celebration, whites and blacks together." 4x5 nitrate negative by by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

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kids during the depression

In the 1940s, Dorothea Lange was put on a project by the government to photograph the Japanese internment camps with an objective point of view. However, most of her images were not published because the government censored her photographs.

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July 1909. "Mrs. Bissie and family (Polish). Bottomley Farm, Rock Creek. They all work in the berry fields near Baltimore in summer and have...

Migrant children heading west in the back seat of the family car somewhere east of Fort Gibson in Muskogee County, Oklahoma June, 1939

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Migrant boy removing guitar before family leaves for California. At old homestead near Muskogee, Oklahoma. July, 1939

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