Eyes of the Great Depression–A Listing of Project Posts

  1. 1936 drought refugee from Polk, Missouri. Awaiting the opening of orange picking season at Porterville, California; photo by Dorothea Lange; November 1936.November 1, 2008 – New Project — Eyes Of The Great Depression; 1936 drought refugee from Polk, Missouri. Awaiting the opening of orange picking season at Porterville, California; photo by Dorothea Lange;  November 1936.
  2. NCotton picker. Southern San Joaquin Valley, California; Dorothea Lange, photographer, November 1936 ovember 3, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 002; Cotton picker. Southern San Joaquin Valley, California; Dorothea Lange, photographer, November 1936
  3. “Mississippi Delta Negro children;” photo and title by Dorothea Lange, July 1936November 5, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 003; “Mississippi Delta Negro children;” photo and title by Dorothea Lange, July 1936, in Mississippi
  4. Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. One of Chris Adolph’s younger children (Lois). Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients; photo by Dorothea Lange, August 1939. (Lois Houle)November 7, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 004; Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. One of Chris Adolph’s younger children (Lois). Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients; photo by Dorothea Lange,  August 1939.
  5. Wife of a migratory laborer with three children. Near Childress, Texas. Nettie Featherston; photo by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.November 12, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 005 Wife of a migratory laborer with three children. Near Childress, Texas. Nettie Featherston; photo by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.  “I just prayed and prayed and prayed all the time that God would take care of us and not let my children starve…”
  6. November 17, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 006;
  7. Son of sharecropper family at work in the cotton near Chesnee, South CarolinaNovember 19, 2088 – Eyes of the Great Depression 007; Oldest son of sharecropper family at work in the cotton near Chesnee, South Carolina 1937 June; photo by Dorothea Lange.
  8. A mother who will be returned to Oklahoma.November 23, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 008; A mother in California who with her husband and her two children will be returned to Oklahoma by the Relief Administration. This family had lost a two-year-old baby during the winter as a result of exposure. Photo by Dorothea Lange; March 1937.
  9. November 29, 2008 – Eyes of the Great Depression 009; In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migrant labor camp during pea harvest. Family from Oklahoma with eleven children. Father, eldest daughter and eldest son working. She: “I want to go back to where we can live happy, live decent, and grow what we eat.” He: “I’ve made my mistake and now we can’t go back. I’ve got nothing to farm with.” Brawley, Imperial County, California. Photo by Dorothea Lange, February 23, 1939.
  10. January 4, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 010; Child living in Oklahoma City shacktown; Photo by Dorothea Lange, 1936 Aug.
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  11. January 16, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 011; Children at Hill House, Mississippi; 1936 July.; Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  12. February 12, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 012; Eighty year old woman living in squatters’ camp on the outskirts of Bakersfield, California. “If you lose your pluck you lose the most there is in you – all you’ve got to live with.” 1936 Nov.; photographer: Dorothea Lange
  13. March 7, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 013; Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner.Living in the American River Camp near Sacramento, California. 1936 Nov.Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  14. March 9, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 014; Mr. Wardlow, drought area farmer, adjusting to a Western farm. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon; 1939 Oct.; photographer: Dorothea Lange
  15. March 11, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 015; The riding boss. Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi. 1937 June. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  16. March 3, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 016; The Arnold children and mother on their newly fenced and newly cleared land. Note strawberry plants. Western Washington, Thurston County, Michigan Hill. photographer: Dorothea Lange 1939 Aug.
  17. March 15, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 017 – Updated with new information. The caption on the card was censored.  Dorothea Lange originally captioned it: “Old Negro – the kind the planters like. He hoes, picks cotton, and is full of good humor.” June 1937
  18. March 17, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 018; Twelve year old son of a cotton sharecropper near Cleveland, Mississippi. 1937 June.photographer: Dorothea Lange
  19. March 19, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 019;  Mr. Whitfield, tobacco sharecropper, with baby on front porch. North Carolina, Person County. 1939 July. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  20. March 21, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 020;  Tenant farmer. Chatham County, North Carolina; 1939 July. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  21. April 3, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 021;  Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner.Living in the American River Camp near Sacramento, California. 1936 Nov. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  22. April 9, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 022;  Between Tulare and Fresno on U.S. 99. Farmer from Independence, Kansas, on the road at cotton chopping time. He and his family have been in California for six months. 1939 May. photographer: Dorothea Lange
  23. April 13, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 023;  Peach picker. Muscella, Georgia; 1936 July. Photographer, Dorothea Lange.
  24. April 15, 2009 (Temporarily posted to September 29, 2016) – Eyes of the Great Depression 024  Lange, Dorothea, photographer. President of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union at Hill House, Mississippi. July, 1936
  25. April 17, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 025; Ex-Nebraska farmer now developing farm out of the stumps. Bonner County, Idaho. 1939 Oct. Photographer: Dorothea Lange.
  26. April 20, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 026;  Girls of Lincoln Bench School study their reading lesson. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon; 1939 Oct. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  27. April 25, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 027;  Child of former tenant farmer, now a day laborer. Ellis County, Texas. 1937 June. Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  28. April 28, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 028;  Grandson of Negro tenant whose father is in the penitentiary. Granville County, North Carolina. 1939 July. Photographer: Dorothea Lange.
  29. June 16, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 029;  Family living on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee; 1936 June; Photographer, Carl Mydans
  30. June 21, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 030; Washington, D.C.; 1937 Nov.; John Vachon,  1914-1975, photographer.
  31. June 25, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 031; Street scene, Washington, D.C.; 1937 Nov.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  32. July 17, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 032;  Tommy Murphy, in transit through Omaha, Nebraska; 1938 Nov.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  33. August 17, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 033;  Farm boy who sells “Grit.” Irwinville Farms, Georgia; 1938 May. John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  34. August 23, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 034;  Found in photos of cherry pickers, Berrien County, Michigan July 1940; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  35. August 28, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 035; Farmer at the auction. Oskaloosa, Kansas; 1938 Oct.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  36. August 31, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 036; Twelve-year old girl of family of nine living in one-room hut built over the chassis of abandoned Ford truck in open field on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee. Near backward Tennessee section. View also shows one of the small boys in family; the girl is dressed in a meal sack. 1936 March. photographer: Carl Mydans.
  37. September 4, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 037;  War veteran who sells pencils, Omaha, Nebraska; November 1938; Photographer: John Vachon
  38. September 8, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 038; Street scene, Washington, D.C.; November 1937; John Vachon, photographer
  39. September 14, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 039;  Drinking fountain on the county courthouse lawn, Halifax, North Carolina; April 1938; John Vachon, photographer
  40. September 18, 2009 – Eyes of the Great Depression 040; Daughters of a Tygart Valley homesteader. House and factory in background. West Virginia, June 1939 ; John Vachon, photographer
  41. January 5, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 041;  Typical farmer group of Prairie City, Missouri, in Mississippi County; 1936 Mar; Carl Mydans, photographer.
  42. March 11, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 042;  Irwinville Farms, Georgia; 1938 May.John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer. Photo information based on neighboring file image
  43. September 16, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 043;  Baby girl of family living on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee; 1936 June; Carl Mydans, photographer.
  44. September 19, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 044; Unemployed man, Omaha, Nebraska; 1938 Nov.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  45. September 21, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 045; Negro waiting for freight train to leave Dubuque, Iowa; 1935 Oct.; Arthur Rothstein. 1915- photographer.
  46. September 23, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 046; Washington, D.C. house where Lincoln died; Title on original:  “Washington, D.C. house where Lincoln died. Negroes out front” 1937 Nov.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  47. September 25, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 047; Twelve-year old girl of family of nine, cooking meal in rude, open lean-to near hut, Tennessee; 1936 Mar; Carl Mydans, photographer. (same subject as Eyes of the Great Depression 036)
  48. October 1, 2010 – Eyes of the Great Depression 048; Watching the parade go by. Cincinnati, Ohio; 1938 Oct.; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  49. March 3, 2011 – Eyes of the Great Depression 049; Coal miner, Kempton, West Virginia; 1939 May; Vachon, John, 1914-1975, photographer.
  50. March 9, 2011 – Eyes of the Great Depression 050; Migrant; Found in photos of cherry pickers, Berrien County, Michigan; July 1940; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  51. June 6, 2011 – Eyes of the Great Depression 051; Bob Lemmons, Carrizo Springs, Texas. Born a slave about 1850, south of San Antonio. Came to Carrizo Springs during the Civil War with white cattlemen seeking new range. In 1865, with his master was one of the first settlers. Knew Billy the Kid, King Fisher, and other noted bad men of the border. August 1936;  Photographer: Dorothea Lange
  52. June 13, 2011 (temporarily date October 4, 2016 after editing) – Eyes of the Great Depression 052; Unemployed lumber worker goes with his wife to the bean harvest. Note social security number tattooed on his arm. Oregon. 1939 Aug.photographer: Dorothea Lange
  53. June 20, 2011 – Eyes of the Great Depression 053; Migrant Children; Berrien County, Michigan; July 1940; John Vachon, 1914-1975, photographer.
  54. June 27, 2011 – Eyes of the Great Depression 054; John Bunyan Locklear and family on porch of new home. Pembroke Farms, North Carolina; 1939
  55. April 24, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 055;  Winner at the Delta County Fair, Colorado. This photograph by Russell Lee, photographer for the Farm Security Administration, was shot in October 1940.
  56. May 8, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 056;  Resettlement Administration staff photographer Walker Evans took this photo in March 1936 in a field on U.S. Route 70 in Tennessee, near Tennessee River between Camden and Bruceton. The family was living in the open field in a one-room hut built over the chassis of abandoned Ford truck.  Meals were cooked in a rudimentary, open lean-to near the hut.  The hut was “housing” provided by a landlord for an illiterate wood-cutter. The family’s twelve-year old daughter is pictured in the lean-to at Eyes of the Great Depression 047 and Eyes of the Great Depression 036.
  57. May 12, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 057;  Georgia sharecropper sorts tobacco. Shot in July 1938 by influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, Dorothea Lange when she was working as a staff photographer for a federal agency, this photo is from near Douglas, Georgia.
  58. May 15, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 058; Children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. June 1935  Dorothea Lange
  59. May 18, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 059;  Wife of Ozark Mountains Farmer, Missouri; Shot by John Vachon, this picture was taken in May 1940.
  60. May 22, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 060;  Faro and Doris Caudill, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico. This photograph by Russell Lee, photographer for the Farm Security Administration, was shot in October 1940.
  61. May 24, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 061;  Farm boys eating ice-cream cones. This picture was taken in July 1941 by John Vachon in Washington, Indiana.
  62. May 27, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 062;  Steelworker and family. Ambridge, PennsylvaniaThis picture was taken in January 1941 by John Vachon.
  63. May 30, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 063;  Wrestling match sponsored by American Legion, Sikeston, Missouri. This photograph was taken by Russell Lee in May 1938.
  64. June 3, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 064;  Loafers’ wall, by courthouse, Batesville, Arkansas.; Photographed by Carl Mydans, June 1936.
  65. June 6, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 065;  This photograph of Jim Norris, a homesteader near Pie Town, New Mexico is by Russell Lee, photographer for the Farm Security Administration.  It was shot in October 1940.
  66. June 8, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 066;  Arthur Rothstein, FSA (Farm Security Administration) photographer Photographed July 1938.
  67. June 11, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 067;  This photograph of Jack Whinery, homesteader, with his wife and the youngest of his five children, near Pie Town, New Mexico is by Russell Lee, photographer for the Farm Security Administration.  It was shot in September 1940.
  68. June 15, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 068;  Playground scene. While there is no identifying information for this photo at the Library of Congress website, information from neighboring images in the catalog establish that the photo is from the school at Irwinville, Georgia in May 1935 and the photographer was FSA photographer John Vachon.
  69. June 17, 2012– Eyes of the Great Depression 069;  Indian girl, daughter of blueberry picker, near Little Fork, Minnesota; This photograph was taken by Russell Lee in May 1938.
  70. June 23, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 070;  Farm Security Administration photographer Russell Lee took this photo of a white migrant child in the back of a family car east of Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.
  71. June 27, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 071;  “Backstage” at the “girlie” show at the Vermont state fair, Rutland. This photograph by Jack Delanao, photographer for the Farm Security Administration, was shot in September 1941.
  72. June 29, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 072;  Children gathering potatoes on a large farm.This photograph by Jack Delanao, photographer for the Farm Security Administration, was shot in October 1941, Vicinity of Caribou, Aroostook County, Me. Schools do not open until the potatoes are harvested.
  73. July 2, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 073;  “Three Negro children sitting on the porch of a house.”This photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, photographer for the Farm Security Administration, was shot in August 1940 at Bayou Bourbeau plantation, a Farm Security Administration cooperative, in the vicinity of Natchitoches, La.
  74. July 5, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 074; Construction worker on the Westmoreland subsistence homestead project. Resettlement Administration staff photographer Walker Evans took this photo in July 1935 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
  75. July 8, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 075; Farm girl. Seward County, Nebraska. This picture was taken by John Vachon in October 1938, probably in southeastern Nebraska, based on locations of nearby images in the online catalog.
  76. July 11, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 076;  Unidentified man – probably in Washington, D.C. during the Great Depression.
  77. July 14, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 077;  Wife of evicted sharecropper. This photo was taken in New Madrid County, Missouri in January, 1939 by Farm Security Administration photographer Arthur Rothstein.
  78. December 13, 2012 – Eyes of the Great Depression 078–Christmas 1936;  Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley. Near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie. Photograph by Farm Security Administration photographer  Russell Lee in December 1936.
  79. February 15, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 079;  Daughter of a farm laborer in vicinity of Caguas, Puerto Rico; December 1941 photo by Jack Delano.
  80. February 22, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 080. Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California; photo by Dorothea Lange in February or March 1936. This photo is a version of the image known as the “Migrant Mother.” It was printed before the original negative was retouched, a process that included erasing the thumb holding the tent pole in the lower right hand corner.
  81. March 1, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 081.  Family of a Resettlement Administration client in the doorway of their home in Boone County, Arkansas; photo by Ben Shahn, October 1935.
  82. March 8, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 082;  Bill Stagg, homesteader, with pinto beans, Pie Town, New Mexico; photograph by Farm Security Administration photographer  Russell Lee in October 1940.
  83. March 15, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 083;  This man was probably from Nicholson Hollow, Virginia – based on neighboring items in the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs online catalog.  Photos in this group of photos were taken by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1935.
  84. March 23, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 084;  Migrant strawberry picker, Berrien County, Michigan; photographed by John Vachon in July 1940.
  85. March 29, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 085;  Proprietor of a Greek coffee shop, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania; by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in July 1937.
  86. April 5, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 086; Proprietor of restaurant, Shellpile, New Jersey; photo by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in October 1938.
  87. April 12, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 087;  A group of steelworkers discussing politics, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, photo by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein in July 1938.
  88. April 19, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 088;  Coal miner’s son, Kempton, West Virginia; photographed by John Vachon in May 1939.
  89. April 26, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 089;  Unemployed steelworker and wife. Ambridge, Pennsylvania; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in January 1941.
  90. May 3, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 090;  Watching Armistice Day parade, Omaha, Nebraska; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in November 1938.
  91. May 10, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 091;  Lower Douglas Street, Omaha, Nebraska; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in November 1938.
  92. May 17, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 092; Men in front of pool hall, Omaha, Nebraska; photographed by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration in November 1938.
  93. May 24, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 093;  Japanese mother and daughter, agricultural workers near Guadalupe, California; photographed by Dorothea Lange in March 1937 for the Farm Security Administration.
  94. May 31, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 094;  Delta cooperative farm. Hillhouse, Mississippi. Clarence Weems, a young co-operator on the farm. He remembers the evictions in Arkansas, for his father was beaten and disappeared; photographed by Dorothea Lange in June 1937 for the Farm Security Administration.
  95. June 7, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 095; Child of farmer sitting in automobile waiting for father to come out of general store, Jarreau, Louisiana; photograph by Farm Security Administration photographer  Russell Lee in November 1938.
  96. June 14, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 096; Man at grave of relative in cemetery, All Saints’ Day, New Roads, Louisiana; photograph by Russell Lee in November 1938 for Farm Security Administration.
  97. June 21, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 097;  Farm Security Administration client who will become owner-operator, Caruthersville, Missouri; photograph by Russell Lee in August 1938.
  98. June 28, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 098;  Girl rodeo performer, San Angelo Fat Stock Show, San Angelo, Texas; photograph by Russell Lee in March 1940.
  99. July 5, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 099;  Migratory laborer in a catchers uniform at the Agua Fria Migratory Labor Camp, Arizona; photograph by Russell Lee in May 1940.
  100. July 12, 2013 – Eyes of The Great Depression 100; The family of a migratory fruit worker from Tennessee now camped in a field near the packinghouse at Winter Haven, Florida; by Resettlement Administration staff photographer Arthur Rothstein; January 1937
  101. July 19, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 101;  Man on the street, Washington, D.C., photographed by John Vachon in December 1937.
  102. July 26, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 102;  Former tenant farmers on relief grant in the Imperial Valley, California; photo by Dorothea Lange, March 1937.
  103. August 2, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 103; Street scene, Washington, D.C., photograph by John Vachon in December 1937.
  104. August 9, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 104; On U.S. 99. Near Brawley, Imperial County. Homeless mother and youngest child of seven walking the highway from Phoenix, Arizona where they picked cotton.
  105. August 16, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 105;  Coal miners, Birmingham, Alabama; photo by Arthur Rothstein, February 1937.
  106. August 23, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 106;  Mennonite boy, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Photo by John Collier for the Farm Security Administration, March 1942.
  107. August 30, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 107;  February 1939 Dorothea Lange  photo of family in California, originally from near Houston, Texas. Been in California for two years.
  108. September 6, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 108;  Pupil in rural school. Williams County, North Dakota; photo by Russell Lee in November 1937
  109. September 13, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 109;  Chris Ament, on dry land wheat farm of Columbia Basin where he has farmed for thirty three years. “I won’t live to get the benefits of the water, but I hope to be able to see it.” Washington, Grant County, three miles south of Quincy; photo by Dorothea Lange, August 1939.
  110. September 20, 2013 – Eyes of The Great Depression 110;  Children begging for pennies in the market in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; photo by Jack Delano, January 1942.
  111. September 27, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 111;  A grandmother in a contractor’s camp. Stanislaus County, California. “Been in California fourteen months from Oklahoma. The main thing is to get our families located and quieted down. Ain’t no use to send them back; it’s a waste of money. They won’t stay.” (Photograph by Dorothea Lange, April 1939)
  112. October 4, 2013 – Eyes of The Great Depression 112;  Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper; photographed by Walker Evans in the summer of 1936.
  113. October 18, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 113;  Migrant children sitting in back seat of family car east of Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, June 1939; photo by Russell Lee.
  114. October 11, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 114;  A striking picker has left his wife and child in the car during a cotton strike while he applies to the Farm Security Administration for an emergency food grant. Shafter, California; photo November 1938, Dorothea Lange.
  115. October 25, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 115;  Soper grandmother, who lives with family. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower. Willow Creek area. Malheur County, Oregon. Photo by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
  116. November 1, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 116;  Young migrant mother has just finished washing. Merrill FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp, Klamath County, Oregon; photo by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
  117. November 8, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 117;  Bud Fields in his cotton patch. Hale County, Alabama; photo by Walker Evans,  1935 or 1936
  118. November 15, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 118;  This migrant mother lives in a contractor’s camp because of contractor’s control of jobs. (photo by Dorothea Lange, April, 1939)
  119. November 22, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 119; Daughter of white migrant eating lunch along the highway east of Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma; June 1939; photo by Russell Lee.
  120. November 30, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 120; Miner at Dougherty’s mine, near Falls Creek, Pennsylvania; photo by Jack Delano, August 1940
  121. December 6, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 121;  Lighthearted kids in Merrill FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp, Klamath County, Oregon; photo by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
  122. December 13, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 122;  Rehabilitation clients, Boone County, Arkansas; photo by Ben Shahn, October 1935 for the Resettlement Administration (RA).
  123. December 20, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 123;  Oklahoman, worked three years as farm laborer, starts next year on his own place. Quit school after third day. Can neither read nor write. Is “best farm laborer” this farmer ever had. Near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon; photo by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
  124. December 27, 2013 – Eyes of the Great Depression 124;  Migrant woman from Arkansas living in contractor’s camp near Westley, California. She would prefer to live in a government camp, but the contractor system prevents, because of control over allocations of work; photo by Dorothea Lange, April 1939.
  125. January 3, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 125;  Evicted sharecropper, New Madrid County, Missouri; photo by Arthur Rothstein, January 1939
  126. January 10, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 126;  Citizens of Zinc, Arkansas, a deserted mining town; photo by Ben Shahn, October 1935.
  127. January 18, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 127;  Migratory Mexican field worker’s home on the edge of a frozen pea field. Imperial Valley, California; photo by Dorothea Lange, March 1937
  128. January 24, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 128; Undernourished cotton picker’s child listening to speeches of organizer at strike meeting to raise wages from seventy-five cents to ninety cents a hundred pounds. Strike unsuccessful. Kern County, California. Photo by Dorothea Lange, November 1938.
  129. January 31, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 129; Evicted sharecropper boy, New Madrid County, Missouri; photo by Arthur Rothstein, January 1939.
  130. February 7, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 130; Migratory boy, aged eleven, and his grandmother work side by side picking hops. Started work at five a.m. Photograph made at noon. Temperature 105 degrees. Oregon, Polk County, near Independence. photo by Dorothea Lange, August 1939.
  131. February 14, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 131; Farmer in town, Collins, Iowa; photo by Arthur Rothstein, September 1939.
  132. February 21, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 132; Couples at square dance, McIntosh County, Oklahoma; Farm Security Administration photographer  Russell Lee in 1939 or 1940.
  133. February 28, 2014 – Eyes of the Great Depression 133; Father of landless sharecropper family. Macon County, Georgia; photo by Dorothea Lange, July 1937.
  134. October 7, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 134;  Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Sharecropper family near Hazlehurst, Georgia. July, 1937.
  135. October 14, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 135; Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Dust bowl farmer with tractor and young son near Cland, New Mexico. June, 1938.
  136. October 21, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 136;  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.
  137. October 28, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 137; 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.” (Lange)
  138. November 4, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 138; Grandmother of sharecropper family near Cleveland, Mississippi. June 1937
  139. November 11, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 139;  Cotton hoer near Clarksdale, Mississippi, June 1937
  140. November 18, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 140;  Man who worked in Fullerton, Louisiana lumber mill for fifteen years. He is now left stranded in the cut-over area.
  141. November 25, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 141; Child of sharecropper family near Cleveland, Mississippi.
  142. December 2, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 142; Cotton worker in Sunday clothes. Near Blytheville, Arkansas.
  143. December 9, 2016 – Eyes of the Great Depression 143;  Mennonite farmer, formerly wheat farmer in Kansas, now developing stump ranch in Boundary County, Idaho.
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