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Dorothea Lange A sign of the times – Depression. Mended stocking, Stenographer, San Francisco This was a prize winning picture for Ms.

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This is a picture of Albert Einstein sticking his tongue out not taken by Dorothea Lange. It was taken by Arthur Sasse in

Male cultures sexualize/require the crippling of women (physical, financial, intellectual), to control female bodies & enery. Male led cultures across all times & continents do this. ⬆️ power & influence of women = ⬆️ freedom & vitality for girls

chinese woman's bound feet - beauty is pain, I guess.<-- it was a rule in China that the women had to wear small shoes so that they could have small feet

Une photo de Vivian Maier qui pourrait être un portrait de Germain Crèvecoeur et sa maman...

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A moment captured by Vivian Maier Vivian Maier © / John Maloof Collection Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York Showers Gallery, Paris

At a lunchroom in San Francisco.  This picture was taken just before the boy on the right was taken to a relocation center. (1942, Dorothea Lange)

Lunch hour at the Raphael Weill Public School, San Francisco, California, April Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange:  so grateful if he could get any work

Photographer Dorothea Lange is best known for her intimate portraits of Depression-era migrant farmworkers, but a new book shows how her life's work spans decades and continents.

The Reel Foto: Dorothea Lange: Inspiration in Depression

Oregon, August “Unemployed lumber worker goes with his wife to the bean harvest. Note Social Security number tattooed on arm.” Shorpy determined through a public records search that belonged to one Thomas Cave, born July died in 1980 in Portland, OR.

Dorothea Lange    Migrant     Family from Arkansas Playing Hillbilly Songs    1939

Migrant family from Arkansas playing hillbilly songs at a Farm Security Administration emergency migratory camp in Calipatria, California. This 1939 photo was taken by Dorothea Lange who was travel…