Eyes of the Great Depression 137

Eyes of Woman Migrant Near Strathmore, California; Lange, Dorothea, photographer

Eyes of Woman Migrant Near Strathmore, California

Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Near Strathmore, California. From Wyoming and Missouri. Eight years in California. Working in lemons. "It's easy for us because we haven't got a bunch of kids to get drug around." Feb, 1939.

Near Strathmore, California. From Wyoming and Missouri. Eight years in California. Working in lemons. “It’s easy for us because we haven’t got a bunch of kids to get drug around.”1

Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Near Strathmore, California. From Wyoming and Missouri. Eight years in California. Working in lemons. "It's easy for us because we haven't got a bunch of kids to get drug around." Feb, 1939.

Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Near Strathmore, California. From Wyoming and Missouri. Eight years in California. Working in lemons. "It's easy for us because we haven't got a bunch of kids to get drug around." Feb, 1939.

Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Near Strathmore, California. From Wyoming and Missouri. Eight years in California. Working in lemons. "It's easy for us because we haven't got a bunch of kids to get drug around." Feb, 1939.


  1. Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Feb, 1939. Images retrieved from the Library of Congress, (Accessed October 24, 2016.)
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