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Marion Post Wolcott
Post, Marion
Post Wolcott, Marion
Post Wolcott, Marion (American photographer, 1910-1990)
Wolcott, Marion P.
Wolcott, Marion Post
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Collier, John (1913-1992)
Delano, Jack
Lee, Russell (1903-1986)
Mydans, Carl
Rosskam, Edwin (1903-1985)
Rothstein, Arthur (1915-1985)
Stein, Sally
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Office of War Information
United States. Resettlement Administration
Vachon, John (1914-1975)
Bardstown (vicinity), Ky. Cooking a fried supper as a benefit picnic supper which is being given by St. Thomas church
fixing shadows
Montezuma, Colo. September, 1941. A ghost mining town in the mountains
Montezuma, Madison, and other small towns in Georgia. March-June, 1939. A miscellany of pictures in rural areas
Montgomery, Ala. March, 1939. Bales of cotton, on streets, outside warehouses
Montgomery, Ala. March-April, 1939. Spectators in stock barn watching auction of horses and mules
Morehead (vicinity), Ky. July, 1940. Modern log house under construction and detail of the corner
Morrisville, Pennsylvania. May, 1941. The Starkey farms, a commercial enterprise
Mountainous region of Central Colorado, west of Denver. 1941-1942
NAACP photographs of farmers, migrant agricultural workers, and sharecroppers
Natchez, Miss. Aug., 1940. Large and small homes
Natchitoches, La. June-July, 1940. The oldest town in Louisiana
New York, N.Y. 1939-1941. Manhattan day and night
New York, N.Y. May, 1941. Lower East Side and highways out of New York City
North Bridgewater and Waitsfield, Vermont. April, 1940. Gathering sap and processing maple syrup on two Vermont farms
Northwestern North Dakota. August, 1941. Fields with shocked wheat around Williston and the Red River Valley; grain elevators and flour mills in the distance
Old plantation houses near New Orleans, La. 1936-1940. Ruins of old plantation houses, detroyed by fire
Omaha, Nebraska. September, 1941. Union Stockyards and vicinity
Orange County, North Carolina. Sept., 1939. Portable cane mill for making sorghum syrup
Osceola migratory labor camp, Belle Glade, Fla. June, 1940-Feb., 1941. Farm Security Administration camp
Oxford, Granville County, North Carolina, Nov., 1939. Granville County courthouse (1838) entrance
Pahokee, Fla. Jan.-Feb., 1941. Shacks in a slum area used by migratory vegetable pickers, known as "traveling hands"
Pensacola (vicinity), Fla. Jan., 1941. Sand dunes along the highway
[Phoebe Brand, Morris Carnovsky, and Art Smith at Group Theatre summer workshop, Brookfield Center, Connecticut]
photographs of Marion Post Wolcott, The
[Photographs of the Group Theatre]
Plant City, Fla. March, 1939. Strawberry festival and carnival
Plum Bayou resettlement project, Ark. 1937-1940. Thirty or 40 acre plots are farmed separately in this Farm Security Administration project ...
Port Gibson, Miss. August, 1940. Old and modern homes, bank building
Preparation of the defense bond sales photo-mural by the Farm Security Administration and installation in Grand Central Terminal, New York, N.Y. 1941
Pursglove, in the Scott's Run area, West Virginia. September, 1938. Families and homes of coal miners
Quarter Circle U Brewster-Arnold Ranch, Montana. 1939-1941. Elaborate house, modern, well kept bunk house, mess hall, ranch buildings, grounds on Brewster Ranch
Racine, West Virginia. September, 1938. An outdoor rural mill for the production of sorghum molasses
Radford, Virginia and vicinity. October, 1941. FSA housing provided for defense workers in powder plant
Raleigh (vicinity), North Carolina, Dec., 1938. Farm Security Administration project for rehabilitation of tenant purchase families
Ridge, St. Marys County, and LaPlata [i.e. La Plata], Charles County, Maryland. July, 1941. A demonstration by a Farm Security Administration agent ...
Rodney, Miss. July-Aug., 1940. Rural scenes
Russell Spears tobacco farm near Lexington, Ky., Sept. 1940
Sarasota, Dade City, and Tampa, Fla. Jan., 1941. High class trailer camp at Sarasota
Scottsbluff, Neb. September, 1941. Farm Security Administration homesteads
Shelbyville, Ky. Aug., 1940. Shelby County horse show and fair
Shenandoah Valley, Va. May, 1941. Planting and cultivating corn
Shenandoah Valley, Va. Oct.-Nov., 1940. Farm scenes along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Skiing in the vicinity of Woodstock, Stowe, and Smuggler's Notch, Vermont. March, 1940. Signs, lodges, and taverns in town
Small town scenes in New Hampshire. March, 1940. Small town scenes after heavy snowstorm
Starke, Fla. Dec., 1940-Jan, 1941. Construction work on barracks for Army's Camp Blanding
Sugar beet crop, Montana. 1939-1941. Production of sugar beets on irrigated land
Summerville (vicinity) and Charleston, S. Car. Dec., 1938. Cypress swamp and graveyard
Sunflower Plantation, Inc., Merigold, Miss. 1936-1939. Sharecroppers' homes near Pace
Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, No. Car. Nov., 1939. Corn shucking week onthe Fred Wilkins farm
Terrebonne Farms, Inc., a U.S. Farm Security Administration resettlement project near Schriever, La. May-June, 1940. Homes, school
Tobacco farming in Connecticut. 1937-1941. Tobacco culture by Polish-American farmers
Towns in south central Florida. 1939-1941. Countryside near Winterhaven
Tygart Valley homesteads, near Elkins, West Virginia. 1936-1939. A subsistence homestead project of the U.S. Resettlement Administration
U.S. Farm Security Administration warehouse depot, Atlanta, Ga. May-June, 1939. General interior views of the FSA warehouse depot
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
Wadesboro and other small towns in North Carolina. 1938. Soil erosion and badly gullied land
Warren, Littleton, and Lincoln, N.H. Feb.-March, 1940. Large and small scale lumbering operations
Warrenton, Va. Feb., 1940. Winter scenes
Warrenton, Va. May, 1941. The Virginia Gold Cup Horse Race
Washington, D.C. December, 1941. A group of uniformed Boy Scouts inspecting artillery pieces and tanks displayed in Commerce Square
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-October, 1941. Slum area near the U.S. Capitol
Waterloo, Nebraska. September, 1941. Two Rivers non-stock cooperative, an FSA project
West Carroll Parish, La. June, 1940. U.S. Farm Security Administration rehabilitation clients, cultivating, harvesting, and threshing
West Virginia. September, 1938. A miscellany of views in farming country
Wheat country, Montana. August-Sept., 1941. Productive area and small towns
Wichita (vicinity), Kansas. September, 1941. Oil industry.
Winter in Vermont. March, 1940. Farms and small towns under a heavy blanket of snow and ice
Winter sports in New Hampshire. Feb-March, 1940. Skiing in the heart of the Eastern slope ski territory
Woodstock, Vermont. March-April, 1940. One of the oldest towns in New England during heavy snowstorm and spring thaw
Workers returning home in evening, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1935
Wyola, Wyoming. August, 1941. Stockmen's picnic and barbecue
Wyoming. August-September, 1941. Cattle country and rural scenes
Yampa River Valley, Colorado. September, 1941. Ranches, farm land, and small town
Yanceyville, Caswell County, No. Car. Oct., 1940. Meeting of the community and county land use planning committee, held in the courthouse
Yanceyville, North Carolina, 1939-1940. Street scenes on a Saturday afternoon
Yanceyville (vicinity), N.C. An outdoor picnic being held during the noon intermission of a meeting of ministers and deacons of the Negro church