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    +~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Dust Bowl Children refugees in a migratory camp in California. November 1936. By Dorothea Lange.

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    Dorothea Lange, photography, portraits

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    Dust Bowl Kids photo

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    Dustbowl children living among the Oklahoma drought refugees in a California migratory camp.  By Dorothea Lang, 1936.

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