Eyes of the Great Depression 111

A grandmother in a contractor's camp. Stanislaus County, California - eyes

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)

A grandmother in a contractor's camp. Stanislaus County, California

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