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John Vachon
John Vachon (American photographer)
John Vachon (Amerikaans fotograaf (1914-1975))
John Vachon (amerikansk fotograf)
Vachon, John
Vachon, John (American photographer, 1914-1975)
Vachon, John Felix
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Bauman, Frank
Collier, John Jr., 1913-1992
Dom Spotkań z Historią (Warszawa)
Lee, Russell (1903-1986)
Orvell, Miles
Stryker, Roy
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Office of Coordinator of Information. Foreign Information Service
United States. Office of War Information
United States. Resettlement Administration
University of California, Berkeley, June 1982
Wolcott, Marion Post (1910-1990)
3 x PL
[African Americans and segregation in the South]
[Billy Graham greeting people at an outdoor market, London, England]
Butte, Montana. 1939-1942. Copper mining and copper mining community
Cavalier County, North Dakota. October, 1940. The Sauer family and their farm
Central City and Nicholas County, Ky. Nov., 1940. Boys in a soft drink store in Central City
Chicago, Illinois. June-July, 1941. Food distribution
[Crow Indian, kneeling, wearing prayer shawl and holding a feather fan and staff, sings as he shakes a traditional peyote rattle during ceremony; two other young men sit or kneel on either side of him, Crow Indian Reservation, Montana]
[Daniel K. Inouye, senator from Hawaii, half-length portrait, seated office]
Elkins and other towns in West Virginia. June, 1939. A miscellany of railroad and small town scenes
[Evangelist Billy Graham speaking at religious revival]
Farm Security Administration clients and homesteads, Southern Illinois. 1939-1940. FSA office, home and rehabilitation supervisors for Saline and Crawford Counties
Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information color slides and transparencies collection (Library of Congress)
Farms in Wisconsin. 1937-1942. Farms in summer and winter
Fayette County, Ky. Nov., 1940. Horse farms in the "Blue Grass" region
Forge project, New Madrid County, Mo. May-June, 1938, May, 1940. Remodeling interior of homes, La
Grand County, Colo. 1941-1942. Ranches in the Colorado River Valley
Gravity's rainbow and the paranoid mind
Greenbelt, Maryland. 1940-1942. Federal Housing project in a planned community
Grundy and other counties, Iowa. Sept.-Nov., 1939 and May, 1940. Farmers' cooperative elevator at Grundy Center
Grundy Center, Iowa. Sept.-Oct., 1939. April, 1940. Life in a small town
Halifax County, Va. March, 1941. Tobacco beds, which are small plots covered with cheesecloth
Hobbs, New Mexico. November, 1942. Oil "boom" town
In Harlem, Fifth Avenue becomes a street of tenements, warehouses
Indianapolis, Indiana. 1938-1942. Annual automobile race, Decoration Day, 1938
John Vachon : three times in Poland
Just before the war catalogue
Kempton, West Virginia and Maryland. May, 1939. Coal miners and their families in a company town
Kids at a ball game at Briggs Stadium, Detroit, Mich.
Land use projects in Wisconsin. June, 1937, and September, 1939. Planting trees on the Black River Falls project
Lincoln, Neb. 1936-1942
[Man selling cherries at an outdoor stand, Warsaw, Poland]
Marilyn, August 1953 : the lost Look photos by John Vachon
Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1937-1939. Street scenes, principally in the "gateway" district in the vicinity of the railroad station
Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1939-1941. Wholesale district, grain elevators, railroad and coal yards
Misc. scenes in Wisdom, Mont. ...
Mountainous region of Central Colorado, west of Denver. 1941-1942
New Madrid County, Mo., May-Aug., 1938, May, 1940. White and Negro clients, and wives ...
Newport News, Portsmouth, and Norfolk, Va. Mar., 1941. a miscellany of pictures in overcrowded Navy towns
Oil fields in Southern Illinois. February-May, 1940. Oil boom in White and Marion Counties originally a farming section
Omaha, Nebraska. November, 1938 and September, 1941
[Painted wooden statue depicting an African American man holding a fishing pole]
Photographs of bas-reliefs, 1937-38, by various artists in the employ of the U.S. government
Poland, 1946 ; London, 1995
Poland, 1946 : the photographs and letters of John Vachon
Poland, nineteen forty-six
[Prace fotograficzne Johna Vachona].
Radford, Va., Dec., 1940. Influx of construction workers in small town to build Hercules Powder Plant
Reinbeck and Marshalltown, Iowa. Sept., 1939, April, 1940. Processing hybrid seed corn
Roanoke farms, Enfield, North Carolina, Apr., 1938. Farm Security Administration project for rehabilitation of white and Negro farmers
Rockville, Maryland. September, 1941. Students at the Congressional School of Aeronautics
[Rocky Marciano seated in the corner of a boxing ring]
[Rocky Marciano with medicine ball]
Rosslyn, and other places in Virginia. Sept., 1937. Street scenes, backyards and Negro houses in Rosslyn
Rustburg and other towns and counties in Virginia. March, 1941. The local court in session at Rustburg
[Scenes from segregated New Orleans]
Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. May, 1941. Small machine shops, some active and others, idle
Sikeston, Mo., May 1940 Coca-cola strike
St. Louis, Mo. 1936-1940. The old Cathedral
St. Paul, Minnesota. 1937-1939. Terraced part of city on the north bank of the Mississippi River
Trzy razy Polska
Tygart Valley homesteads, near Elkins, West Virginia. 1936-1939. A subsistence homestead project of the U.S. Resettlement Administration
Vegas It's a brightly lighted, booming, gambling, marrying-and-divorcing town ..., Las
[Vincent Riccio, social worker with the New York City Youth Board, three-quarter view, standing looking at graffiti (the name of a youth gang, Baltic Dukes) painted on a brick wall]
Wabash farms, Southwestern Indiana. 1938-1940. Wabash farms, a U.S. resettlement Administration project
Washington, D.C. April, 1943. Victory garden sites on Fairlawn Avenue, SE
Washington, D.C. April-November, 1937. Slum area near the U.S. Capitol
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Christmas rush in the Greyhound bus terminal
Washington, D.C. December, 1942. Theater guild production of The Russian People
Washington, D.C. Feb. 1943. Captain "Eddie" Rickenbacker at a press conference, with officials of the U.S. Office of Education and with high school students
Washington, D.C. July, 1942. Swedish journalists, on tour in the United States, attending Secretary of State Hull's press conference
Western Venezuela--Feb. 1944--Pulling out drill pipe--Drilling operations on Lake Maracaibo
[Willie Mays and other New York Giants baseball players riding on a bus; Willie is about to place an autographed baseball and a pen in the hand of an outstretched arm of another passenger]
[Willie Mays, half-length portrait, sitting on bench in dugout, facing right, touching chin with left hand, wearing baseball uniform]
[Willie Mays, wearing baseball uniform, sitting on table in training room the New York Giants baseball team locker room, with his right foot being examined by the trainer]
Wisdom, Montana. Spring-Summer, 1942. Largest town, population 385 in the Big Hole Basin, a trading center in ranching country
[Woman with a basket of eggs at a market, Warsaw, Poland]
[Women selling produce from with a pushcart, Warsaw, Poland]
Thesis (M.A. in English)--University of California, Berkeley, June 1982