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  • Wendy Zarate

    Dorthea Lange’s work: Art medium Photograph. I like this picture because it depicts what many Americans did. Pick up and move out. To me the billboard in the back just adds a bit of mockery to the situation. Because if they had the money, or the choice, I’m sure they would have chosen to take the train but Instead they have to, walk who knows how many miles. Also, the long deserted road adds a mystery factor to it. Such as did they get to where they were going? Did they survive?

  • Qomomolo

    Toward Los Angeles, California. 1937. Photographer: #photography Dorothea Lange @Qomomolo

  • princesspricklepants.com

    Toward Los Angeles, California 1937 Mar. "Next time, try the train. Relax." photographer: Dorothea Lange From the Library of Congress (LOC), via Flickr

  • Diane Harris-Day

    Toward Los Angeles, California. 1937. Photographer: Dorothea Lange. Perhaps 2.5 million people abandoned their homes in the South and the Great Plains during the Great Depression and went on the road.

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