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Dorothea Lange, in her own words and photos...the deprived and dislocated...the rootless, the helpless...could be words to describe many people today...sad that history must seemingly repeat itself. She documented the relocation and internment of Japanese-Americans to places named "War Relocation Camps" in 1942. Her photos tell a powerful story about a dark time in world history. Listen to her voice, hear her story carefully.
Interesting five minute video on Dorothea Lange made by J. Paul Getty Museum. Wonderful interviews with my father and my aunt Chrissie.
CNN: The Unseen Dorothea Lange. Here are ten photos of Dorothea's that I found for my book, Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning.
Dorothea Lange Here's the gorgeous cover designed by Chronicle, and info. about the book from their fall catalog.
Visual Democracy: Dorothea Lange Linda Gordon on New Deal politics and Lange's photographs.
"I will set myself a big problem. I will go there, I will photograph this thing, I will come back, and develop it. I will print it, and I will mount it and I will put it on the wall, all in twenty-four hours. I will do this, to see if I can just grab a hunk of lightning that is going on and finish it." An interview of Dorothea Lange conducted 1964 May 22, by Richard Doud, for the Archives of American Art
Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor, photographed by Imogen Cunningham
Announcement of Lange's downtown San Francisco portrait studio. © Oakland Museum of California.
Hot Tea and a Pencil: Dorothea Lange, National Hispanic Heritage Month
New York Public Library Reveals Lost F.S.A. Photographs
The New York Public Library Photography Collection has a huge collection of Lange photographs. Stephen C. Pinson, Curator of Photography talks about the NYPL's photography collection.
AMAZING ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE: Dorothea Lange Part I: Under the Trees - San Francisco Bay Area TV archive
Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning Process: All text and caption corrections done, done, done. I see a few images for color corrections tomorrow. One of those amazing moments when a bunch of stuff stored in my computer becomes parts of a book, on paper. Exciting!
Dorothea Lange Part II: The Closer For Me - San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive
Cover Proofs arrived today. I'm In love with Pantone 8005
Dorothea Lange | The Bark An article I wrote about Dorothea's photographs of people and their dogs during the Great Depression.
Lesson plans from the Getty Museum in LA using Lange's images. Metaphors in visual and written forms, history of the Dustbowl, Great Depression. Value and challenges of social-documentary photography.
Lange's photo of a tent interior in a labor contractor's camp, showing household equipment. California, 1939. Check out all the different items in this tent kitchen. What kind of effort does it take to prepare meals, eat, and clean up?