Eyes of the Great Depression 136

Feininger, Andreas, photographer. Eyes of Worker servicing one of the floodlights that turn night into day at the big construction operations for a new steel plant which will make important additions to the vast amount of steel needed for the war effort, Columbia Steel Co., Geneva, Utah. Nov, 1942.

Feininger, Andreas, photographer. Servicing one of the floodlights that turn night into day at the big construction operations for a new steel plant which will make important additions to the vast amount of steel needed for the war effort, Columbia Steel Co., Geneva, Utah. Nov, 1942.

Servicing one of the floodlights that turn night into day at the big construction operations for a new steel plant which will make important additions to the vast amount of steel needed for the war effort, Columbia Steel Co., Geneva, Utah. Nov, 1942.1


  1. Feininger, Andreas, photographer. Image retrieved from the Library of Congress, www.loc.gov/pictures/item/fsa1992001520/PP/. (Accessed October 18, 2016.)
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