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July 1936. "near Vicksburg, Mississippi." by Dorothea Lange.

August 1936. "People living in miserable poverty. Elm Grove, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. by Dorothea Lange

June 1937. "Child of Texas migrant family who follow the cotton crop from Corpus Christi to the Panhandle." Following the Cotton: 1937

July 1936. Hill House, Mississippi. "Sharecroppers' families gathering needs for their Fourth of July celebration, whites and blacks together." 4x5 nitrate negative by by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

November 1936. "Children and home of migratory cotton workers. Migratory camp, southern San Joaquin Valley, California."

Nov. 1936: "American River camp, Sacramento, California" Photo by Dorothea Lange for Resettlement Admin.

Migrants and Mud 1936 (poster) Two families of migrants from Missouri looking for work in the pea fields. California; photographed by Dorothea Lange; February 1936. --

End of the Road: June 1935. Children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. Family of six; no shelter, no food, no money and almost no gasoline. The child has bone tuberculosis. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.

Dorothea Lange - 1937 - Georgia - Sharecropper and family

Beaufort, South Carolina. Several generations of a slave family, all born on the plantation of J.J. Smith. Taken in 1862 by Timothy O'Sullivan.

Cotton pickers waiting to have their cotton checked, Marcella Plantation, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi. 1939. Library of Congress.