sort by
approximate search
1shortlisttitle datasearch history  
results search [or] ISN:0000000108020207 | 1 hits
0000 0001 0802 0207
Dixon, Dorothea
Dorothea Lange
Lange, Dorothea
Lange, Dorothea (American photographer, 1895-1965)
Nutzhorn, Dorothea Margaretta
Taylor, Dorothea Lange
Creation class: 
Language material
Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Creation role: 
writer of accompanying material
Related identities: 
Taylor, Paul Schuster (Mrs; other identity, same person)
Related names: 
Coles, Robert (1929-)
Dixon, Maynard (1875-1946; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Lee, Russell (1903-1986)
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Mydans, Carl
partridge rondal
Partridge, Elizabeth
Rothstein, Arthur (1915-1985)
Rubio, Oliva María
Taylor, Paul Schuster (1895-1984; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Taylor, Paul Schuster (1895-1984)
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Resettlement Administration
United States. War Relocation Authority
American exodus, An : a record of human erosion
American exodusa record of human erosion, An
años decisivos, 1930-1946, Los
Celebrating a collection : the work of Dorothea Lange
Colonist to Alaska from Minnesota
[Columbia Basin, near Quincy, Grant County, Washington. August 14, 1939. Dry lands and abandoned farms]
Corn belt refugee, Merced Co.
crucial years, 1930-1946 [exhibition], The
Daring to look : Dorothea Lange's photographs and reports from the field
Dorothe Lange : a visual life
Dorothea Lange a visual life
Dorothea Lange : Farm Security Administration photographs, 1935-1939 : from the Library of Congress
Dorothea Lange : life through the camera
Dorothea Lange looks at the American country woman;
Dorothea Lange looks at the American country womana photographic essay
Dorothea Lange's Ireland
Dorothea Lange : the heart and mind of a photographer
Drought refugee children from Oklahoma near Shafter, California
Encounters with the photography of Dorothea Lange
Evacuation and relocation of Japanese Americans living in California during World War II
[Ex-slave with a long memory, Alabama]
Executive order 9066; the internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans
Farm Security Administration projects in Utah. May 1936
[Father and child on train]
Filipinos working in lettuce
First rural rehabilitation colonists, northern Minnesota to Matanuska Valley, Alaska
Fruit tramp
Greene County, Ga. A fence in an eroding field
Hard timeshistoires orales de la grande dépression
Hightstown, N.J. 1935-1937. Construction of the Jersey homesteads, a U.S. Resettlement Administration subsistence homestead project
Hightstown, N.J. 1936-1937. Cooperative garment factory at the Jersey homesteads
Hightstown, N.J. 1936-1938. Jersey homesteads, a U.S. Resettlement Administration subsistence homestead project
human face, The
Image and imagination : encounters with the photography of Dorothea Lange
Impounded : Dorothea Lange and the censored images of Japanese American internment
[Land reclamation and irrigation in Malheur County, Oregon]
Leben für die Fotografie, Ein
Longview, Washington. 1936-1939. Longview homesteads, a U.S. Resettlement Administration project in Cowlitz County
Look in her eyes!
making of a documentary photographer, The
[Man with young boy in his arms, both wearing caps]
[Map of Alaska indicating Matanuska area]
[Mexican onion-picker in onion field near Tracy, California]
Migrant children, Marysville Camp for migrants
Migrant mother and children - California
[Minnesota families boarding ship in San Francisco]
More Oklahomans reach Calif. via the cotton fields of Ariz. ; "We got blowed out in Oklahoma." Share-croppers family near Bakersfield, Apr. 7, 1935
Nyssa, Malheur County, Oregon
Oakland, Calif., Mar. 1942. A large sign reading "I am an American" placed in the window of a store, at 13th and Franklin streets, on December 8, the day after Pearl Harbor. The store was closed following orders to persons of Japanese descent to evacuate from certain West Coast areas. The owner, a University of California graduate, will be housed with hundreds of evacuees in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration of the war
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 1937-1940. Miscellaneous scenes
Oklahoma squatter's family, Riverside Co.
Oklahoman, refugee to California from depression, drought, and dust
Over this bridge drought refugees are crossing the Colorado River into California. U.S. 80
Pea pickers' child
Pea pickers from Vermont - 6 weeks earnings $7.00 - at squatter's camp, Nipomo
Photographing the second gold rushDorothea Lange and the East Bay at war, 1941-1945
Photographs of a lifetime
photographs of Dorothea Lange, The
Restless spirit : the life and work of Dorothea Lange
[Route 501, Person County, North Carolina]
San Francisco, Calif., Apr. 1942 - evacuees of Japanese descent being inoculated as they registered for evacuation, and assignment, later, to war relocation authority centers for the duration of the war
San Francisco, Calif., Apr. 1942--Residents, of Japanese ancestry, appearing at the Civil control station for registration in response to the Army's exclusion order No. 20--The evacuees will be housed in War relocation authority centers for the duration
San Francisco, Calif., June 1942 - An early comer, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from San Francisco, later to be housed in war relocation authority centers for the duration
Shafter, Calif. 1938-1940. Farm Security Administration camp for migratory workers
Sheep raising in Idaho. May, 1936 and Oct., 1939
Squatter camp facilities
[Stockade in Yakima, Washington]
[String bean harvest, Marion County, Willamette Valley, Oregon]
Supper time
[Three scenes of rural rehabilitation colonists: Views of parents traveling with children in a railroad passenger car]
thunderbird remembered, The : Maynard Dixon, the man and the artist
[Title page including photographic print of American flag]
To a cabin
To harvest the crops of California thousands of families live literally on wheels, San Joaquin Valley
Tombstone, Arizona. 1937-1940. A thriving mining town in the 1880's known for its glamour and excitement, now partially abandoned
[Two scenes aboard the U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel: A family group posing on deck, and a man looking through a porthole]
[Two scenes aboard the U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel: A group of male passengers standing along railing on deck of ship, and a family group on deck]
[Two scenes aboard the U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel: A group of men leaning over the railing, and a view through a life preserver framing people on the deck below]
[Two scenes of rural rehabilitation: Young couple with baby in railroad passenger car during journey from Minnesota to San Francisco, and railroad tracks outside of train station]
[Two scenes of the U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel at San Francisco: A couple leaning over railing, and a midship starboard view of U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel]
[Typewritten text on last page of album: "The movement of colonists from Northern Minnesota to Alaska in the spring of 1935 ... "]
Waco, Texas. 1939. Small town market square and activities
West Stayton (vicinity) Marion County, Ore. Migratory bean pickers. A seasonal office is maintained by the state employment service
Yakima, Washington. 1939-1941. Farm Security Administration rehabilitation and tenant purchase program clients
Yamhill farms, a Farm Security Administration homestead project near McMinnville, Ore., in the Willamette Valley. Mrs. Granger's storeroom. She has 500 to 600 quarts of canned food. "You never know what may happen"
[Young man wearing cap]
Young Texas mother