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Organisation
ISNI: 
0000 0001 1942 766X
Name: 
ASA
Estados Unidos Farm Security Administration
Estados Unidos Resettlement Administration
Estados Unidos War Food Administration Office of Production Farm Security Administration
États-Unis Farm Security Administration
F.S.A.
F.S.A. (United States. Farm Security Administration)
Farm Security Administration
Farm Security Administration United States
FSA
FSA (United States. Farm Security Administration)
United States Administración de Seguro Agricola
United States Dept. of Agriculture Farm Security Administration
United States Farm Security Administration
United States War Food Administration Office of Production Farm Security Administration
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Language material
Creation role: 
collector
Related names: 
Berenyi, Monika Erzsebet
Collier, John
Delano, Jack
Estados Unidos Farmers Home Administration (see also from)
Lange, Dorothea
Lee, Russell
Library of Congress
Reid, Robert L.
Rosskam, Edwin
Rothstein, Arthur
United States Farmers Home Administration (see also from)
United States Resettlement Administration (see also from)
United States. Office of War Information
Vachon, John
Wolcott, Marion Post
Titles: 
12 million black voices
Amérique, les années noires
Back home again : Indiana in the Farm Security Administration photographs, 1935-1943
San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Mexican quarter
Twelve million black voices
Versailles, Linwood, Russellville, and Cave City, Ky. July, 1940. Farmers "visiting" on Saturday afternoon, in front of the courthouse at Versailles, and in front of the post office at Linwood
Virginia City, Montana. June-July 1939. Small town
Waco, Texas. 1939. Cottonseed oil mill
Wadesboro and other small towns in North Carolina. 1938. Soil erosion and badly gullied land
Walker Evans, photographs for the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1938 : a catalog of photographic prints available from the Farm Security Administration collection in the Library of Congress
Warren, Littleton, and Lincoln, N.H. Feb.-March, 1940. Large and small scale lumbering operations
Warrenton, Va. May, 1941. The Virginia Gold Cup Horse Race
Washington, D.C. 1935-1938. Special Skills Division of the U.S. Resettlement Administration
Washington, D.C. 1936-1941. Government buildings
Washington, D.C. 1938. U.S. Post Office, main building, and railway mail operations
Washington, D.C. 1939. Street scenes, interiors and exteriors of government buildings
Washington, D.C. 1942. Miscellany of Washington views made throughout the year, in snowy, rainy and fair weather
Washington, D.C. April, 1942. Portraits of Colonel A.I. Ennis, Chief of U.S. Army Air Corps, Office of Public Relations, at his desk in the Munitions Building
Washington, D.C. April-November, 1937. Slum area near the U.S. Capitol
Washington, D.C. August, 1942. Story of Mrs. Ella Watson, Negro government charwoman for 26 years, and miscellaneous scenes in Negro section
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. A group of uniformed Boy Scouts inspecting artillery pieces and tanks displayed in Commerce Square
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Children, adults, and servicemen Christmas shopping in Woolworth's five and ten cent store
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Christmas evening in the home of an army doctor in Anacostia
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Christmas rush in the Greyhound bus terminal
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Construction of emergency office space
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. Patrons of a Hot Shoppes restaurant at midnight
Washington, D.C. February, 1942. Construction of temporary emergency office space for the federal government on the Mall and in the downtown area
Washington, D.C. February-May, 1942. Wartime construction in vicinity of federal government buildings
Washington, D.C. Jan. 1941. Photographic laboratory of the U.S. Farm Security Administration ...
Washington, D.C. January, 1942. Activities which indicate something of the scope and function of a self-help exchange
Washington, D.C. July, 1939. A miscellany of street scenes
Washington, D.C. July 1941. National airport at Gravelly Point
Washington, D.C. July, 1941. Scenes in slum area
Washington, D.C. July, 1942. Farmers' market
Washington, D.C. July, 1942. Frederick Douglass housing project for Negroes in Anacostia section
Washington, D.C. July, 1942. Lunch time in the wartime capital
Washington, D.C. July-August, 1942. Civilian defense activities among negroes in the nation's capital
Washington, D.C. June, 1942. Demolition of private property along Independence Avenue, predominantly a government area, to make way for extension of the federal triangle
Washington, D.C. June, 1942. Russian war anniversary benefit at Watergate.
Washington, D.C. June-July, 1942. Giant Food Store, a chain, self-service market handling all types and many varieties of food and household appliances
Washington, D.C. June-July, 1942. Tourist homes and boarding houses in Washington and just across the District line in Maryland
Washington, D.C. June-July, 1942. Various recreational activities of servicemen, negro and white citizens
Washington, D.C. March 1942. Fish market and stores on waterfront
Washington, D.C. May, 1941. The Cherry Blossom Festival around the Tidal Basin
Washington, D.C. May, 1942. Public and commercial reaction to automobile, gasoline, and tire shortage immediately before and after rationing initiated
Washington, D.C. May, 1942. Registration for wartime sugar rationing at a public school
Washington, D.C. May, 1942. Rubber, metal and paper salvage campaign
Washington, D.C. Nov., 1941. Chevy Chase Ice Palace, an indoor skating rink
Washington, D.C. November, 1941. The Palace mobile home and expansible trailer furnished to the U.S. government for use as emergency defense housing
Washington, D.C. September, 1942. Texture photographs to be used as backgrounds for filmstrip and motion picture titles
Washington, D.C. September-October, 1941. Slum area near the U.S. Capitol
Water well and irrigation operations in Kansas. Aug.-Sept., 1939
Waterloo, Nebraska. September, 1941. Two Rivers non-stock cooperative, an FSA project
Weatherford, Texas. 1939. Farmers' market
Weslaco, Texas. February, 1942. Farm Security Administration Mercer G. Evans farm workers community
West Carroll Parish, La. June, 1940. U.S. Farm Security Administration rehabilitation clients, cultivating, harvesting, and threshing
Western Slope farms near Delta, Colo. October, 1939
Westmoreland homesteads, a subsistence homestead project of the U.S. Resettlement Administration near Greensburg, Pa. 1935-1937
What we are about to receive : historical voices from the United States Farm Security Administration Archival File
Wheat country, Montana. August-Sept., 1941. Productive area and small towns
Wichita Gardens, Texas. July 1936. U.S. Resettlement Administration subsistence homestead project
Wichita (vicinity), Kansas. September, 1941. Oil industry.
Williams County and surrounding territory in North Dakota. August-November, 1937
Williams County, North Dakota. Oct.-Nov., 1937
Winton (vicinity), Minn. Aug.-Sept., 1937. William Besson, an iron ore prospector ...
Woodstock, Vermont. March, 1940. Town meeting
Woodstock, Vermont. March-April, 1940. One of the oldest towns in New England during heavy snowstorm and spring thaw
Wyoming. August-September, 1941. Cattle country and rural scenes
Wyoming. May, 1936. Cattle grazing [graphic].
Yakima, Washington. 1939-1941. Farm Security Administration rehabilitation and tenant purchase program clients
Yakima, Washington. Sept. 1941. Farm Security Administration migratory labaor camp for farm families
Yampa River Valley, Colorado. September, 1941. Ranches, farm land, and small town
Yanceyville (vicinity), No. Car. Sept.-Oct., 1940. Outdoor picnic at noon time, during meeting of Negro ministers and deacons
Yuba County, Calif. Nov 1940. Small farms; home life; houses; improvised showers; hog pens; barns, chicken houses
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