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Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein (American photojournalist)
Arthur Rothstein (Americký novinářský fotograf)
Arthur Rothstein (Amerikaans fotograaf (1915-1985))
Arthur Rothstein (amerikansk fotograf)
Arthur Rothstein (photographe américain)
Arthur Rothstein (US-amerikanischer Fotograf)
Arturus Rothstein
Rothstein, Arthur
Rothstein, Arthur (American photographer, 1915-1985)
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Black, Patti Carr
Delano, Jack
Lange, Dorothea
Lee, Russell (1903-1986)
Reed College
Saroyan, William (1908-1981))
Shahn, Ben (1898-1969)
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Office of Coordinator of Information
United States. Office of Coordinator of Information. Foreign Information Service
United States. Office of War Information
United States. Resettlement Administration
Vachon, John
Wolcott, Marion Post (1910-1990)
America in photographs, 1930-1980
American West in the thirties, The
Arthur Rothstein: Words and pictures
big world at last reaches Gee's Bend, The
depression years, The
Documentary photography
Documentary portrait of Mississippi : the Thirties
Just before the war catalogue
Look at us : let's see ; here we are ; look hard, speak soft ; I see, you see, we all see ; stop, look, listen ; beholder's eye ; don't look now, but isn't that you ? (us ? U.S. ?)
[Mind reader and hypnotist Joseph Dunninger on the set of his television show]
Nevada. Mar 1940
New Madrid County, Mo. Jan., 1939. Evicted white and Negro sharecroppers, with their household goods, along U.S. Highway 60
New Mexico. April-August, 1936. Rural areas, New Mexico
Oregon Coast recreation and forest conservation area. 1936-1937
Otsego County, N.Y. September, 1937. Otsego forest products cooperative
Ouray and San Juan Counties, Colo. 1939-1940. Farms and haying operation in the Uncompagre River Valley; home-made tractor and hay stackers
Paratroopers' portraits. 1942-1943(?)
Pennington County, South Dakota. May-July, 1936
Pennsylvania Turnpike. July, 1942. Traffic: private cars, buses, trucks
Photographs of bas-reliefs, 1937-38, by various artists in the employ of the U.S. government
Pike County, Miss.--A woman sewing on her sewing machine at the McComb Homesteads, a Resettlement Administration project
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. July, 1938. Steel mills and general scenes
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. September, 1936. Waterfront scenes near the junction of the Alleghany [i.e. Allegheny] and Monongahela Rivers
Polk and Hernando Counties, Florida. Feb., 1937. Highway marker to Polk County, the citrus fruit center
Portland, Oregon. July 1936. Scenes in a squatters' "Hooverville"
Prelude to Ornstein's theorem
Queens, New York. June, 1942. Nursery school at the Queens Bridge housing project
Reinbeck and Marshalltown, Iowa. Sept., 1939, April, 1940. Processing hybrid seed corn
Rice County, Minn. Sept. 1939. Picking, topping, loading, sorting, grading, and packing onions; vegetable stand
Rio Grande (Upper Valley) [i.e. Upper Rio Grande Valley], New Mexico. 1936-1940. Farmsteads and land in irrigated valley
Rock Point, Maryland. September, 1936. Oyster and crab fishermen
Rosebud and Custer Counties, Montana. June 1939. Grazing country
Rural areas in northern Vermont. May-Sept., 1937. Farms and small towns
Sanford, Florida. Jan., 1937. Celery fields
[Shanghai. Probably welcome rally for Chiang Kai Shek]
Sheep raising in Idaho. May, 1936 and Oct., 1939
Sheffield, Alabama. June, 1942. Housing facilities for defense workers in the TVA region
Sinton, Texas. 1939-1942. FSA camp under construction, after completion
Slagheap village, a U.S. Resettlement Administration project near Birhmingham, Ala. Feb., 1937. Slag used as construction material
Small towns in Arkansas. Aug., 1935. Community and commercial canning kitchens in Atkins and in Johnston and Pope counties
[Smiling young school children running out the entrance of a school building in the Kiangsu Province or Yunnan Province in China]
Smithers, West Virginia and other towns. May, 1938-Jan., 1939. A flood on the West Fork River
Smithfield, North Carolina, Oct., 1936. Exterior of cotton gin
Spring flood in Virginia. March, 1936
St. Charles County, Mo. Nov., 1939. The Farm Security Administration medical health program
St. Louis, Mo. 1936-1940. The old Cathedral
Stewart County, Ga. Erosion
Sub-marginal farmland in New York state. 1937-1940. Farms and farm families
Sub-marginal farms and abandoned town in south central Pennsylvania. Sept. 1936-Dec. 1937.
Sugar beet raising and processing in Colorado. 1938-1939
Taos, New Mexico. April, 1936. Indian village in foothills and Indian service school
Texas. 1936. Dust storm over the Panhandle and the town of Amarillo
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College. January, 1942. Animal portraits of boars, bulls, calves, cows, goats, horses, lambs, pigs, rams, sheep, and sows
Texas Great Plains and Panhandle. 1936-1939. Cotton culture in South Texas where mechanization has replaced sharecroppers and tenants to a large extent
Tillamook County and other lumber country, Ore. Sept-Oct 1936-1941. Hauling logs
Tulare County, Calif. 1938-1942. Tulare camp for migrant agricultural workers
Tygart Valley Homesteads, an FSA project in Dailey, 11 miles southwest of Elkins, West Virginia. December, 1941
U.S. Highway 80 between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. January, 1942
U.S. Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration clients in Vermont. 1937-1939. Farmland and buildings
University of Utah. Oral History Institute. The other Utahns, 1988:
Vermont county fairs. 1936-1937. Fairs and expositions at Albany, Craftsbury, Essex Junction, Morrisville, Rutland
[View from above of provincial troops marching along city street in the Kiangsu Province or Yunnan Province in China]
Virginia City, Montana. June-July 1939. Small town
Wabash farms, Southwestern Indiana. 1938-1940. Wabash farms, a U.S. resettlement Administration project
Warren Brewster ranch, Montana. June 1939. Large ranch
Washington, D.C. 1935-1938. Special Skills Division of the U.S. Resettlement Administration
Washington, D.C. 1938. U.S. Post Office, main building, and railway mail operations
Washington, D.C. March 1942. Fish market and stores on waterfront
Washington wheat country. 1936-1941, The
Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee. June, 1942. Completing construction of Watts Bar Dam, a TVA project
Weslaco, Texas. February, 1942. Farm Security Administration Mercer G. Evans farm workers community
West Frankfort, Illinois. January, 1939. Active and abandoned coal mines
Western Slope farms near Delta, Colo. October, 1939
Wheat country, Montana. May 1939. Henry Sheffels' 6,000 acre mechanized wheat farm and adjacent countryside
Wichita Gardens, Texas. July 1936. U.S. Resettlement Administration subsistence homestead project
Wilson Dam, Alabama. June, 1942. Safety meeting at TVA chemical engineering plant and other activities at Wilson Dam
Winchester and Frederick County, Va. Feb., 1940. Main street
Winterhaven, Florida. Jan., 1937. Grapefruit canning plant
Withlacoochee land use project, Florida. Feb., 1937. Reforestation of cut-over land
Wyoming. May, 1936. Cattle grazing [graphic].
Zebulon, North Carolina. March, 1942. Family and farm of Feggen Jones, Negro, formerly a sharecropper, now an FSA client
Zeigler, Illinois. January, 1939. Coal mining town in Franklin County, Southern Illinois, during the Depression
Thesis (B.A.)--Reed College, 1973