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Carl Mydans
Mydans, Carl
Mydans, Carl (American photographer and journalist, 1907-2004)
マイダンス, カール
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Lange, Dorothea
Lee, Russell (1903-1986)
Mydans, Shelley
Mydans, Shelley Smith
Revellat, Marie-Alyx
Rothstein, Arthur (1915-1985)
Shahn, Ben (1898-1969)
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Resettlement Administration
Wolcott, Marion Post (1910-1990)
石井, 信平 (1942-)
Back yard of alley dwelling, Washington, D.C.
Batesville, West Memphis, and other small towns in Arkansas. May-June, 1936. Harvesting fall wheat near Little Rock and Batesville
Beaufort (vicinity), So. Car. June, 1936. "Woodburn," home of Charles Coatsworth Pinckney, one of the framers of the U.S. Constitution
Beltsville, Maryland. November, 1935. Activities of the Research Center of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
[Carl Mydans, Farm Security Administration photographer, full-length portrait, holding camera, standing with his foot on the running board of a Treasury Department Procurement Division Fuel Yard truck, Washington, D.C.]
Carl Mydans, photojournalist
China, a visual adventure
Dōran : Me ni utsuru ijō no mono
Eatonton and other small towns in Georgia. June, 1936. Monument to the big red apple and water wheel of an active grist mill at Cornelia
Family by the side of U.S. Highway No. 70, between Camden and Bruceton, Tenn. Mar., 1936. U.S. Resettlement Administration official investigating conditions under which a family of nine exists
Greenbelt, Md. Sept., 1935-Aug., 1939. A model community planned by the Suburban Division of U.S. Resettlement Administration
Hightstown, N.J. 1936-1937. Cooperative garment factory at the Jersey homesteads
Japanese fleeing in panic as the earth literally split underfoot during the series of earthquakes which shook Fukui and nearby towns on Honshu Island, June 28, 1948, taking the lives of more than 3,000 persons
[Joseph Alsop, half-length portrait, seated, reading a book]
Lebanon (vicinity), Lexington, and other towns in Tenn. Mar., 1936. U.S. Resettlement Administration project, Wilson Cedar Forest at Lebanon
Look magazine project interviews
Makkāsā no nihon
[Man painting in a desert landscape as another man stands nearby]
More than meets the eye
Muriel Spark; great authors from the Time Reading Program
paix violente, Une
Palmerdale homesteads, near Birmingham, Ala. 1936-1937. Drilling for water
Princeton, Ky. Mar., 1936. Coaline [i.e. Coraline] forest, a Farm Security Administration reforestation and soil erosion control project
Sensō to heiwa
Skyline farms, a U.S. Resettlement Administration project near Scottsboro, Ala. 1936-1937. Men working in sandstone quarry
St. Charles Parish, La. June, 1936. Sugar cane, corn, and white Dutch clover fields
Sunflower Plantation, Inc., Merigold, Miss. 1936-1939. Sharecroppers' homes near Pace
Terry and Clarksdale, Miss. June, 1936. Truck farming area at Terry
Unique homemade cider press at Crabtree Creek recreational demonstration area, near Raleigh, North Carolina. March, 1936
Vermont county fairs. 1936-1937. Fairs and expositions at Albany, Craftsbury, Essex Junction, Morrisville, Rutland
Violent peace
War in Korea; the report of a woman combat correspondent.
Washington, D.C. September, 1935-January, 1936. Poor housing conditions contrasted with well-built homes
Welaka wild life project and Withlacoochee land use project, Florida. June, 1936. Preparing banks of the fish rearing ponds for grass planting
Westmoreland homesteads, a subsistence homestead project of the U.S. Resettlement Administration near Greensburg, Pa. 1935-1937
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