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Walker Evans biography - Walker Evans, born on 3 November 1903 in St. Evans is famously known for his photographi

Family of migrant agricultural workers: Belle Glade, Florida. The majority of the workers who moved to Florida during the Great Depression came from Georgia, South and North Carolina and Arkansas

Juke joints, tins shacks and a home-cooked meal: Poignant pictures show how the poorest of families survived the Great Depression

Lesson 13 Family of migrant agricultural workers: Belle Glade, Florida. The majority of the workers who moved to Florida during the Great Depression came from Georgia, South and North Carolina and Arkansas

“On Arizona Highway 87, south of  Chandler. Maricopa County, Arizona. Children in a democracy. A  migratory family living in a trailer in an open field. No sanitation, no  water. They came from Amarillo, Texas. Pulled bolls near Amarillo,  picked cotton near Roswell, New Mexico, and in Arizona. Plan to return  to Amarillo at close of cotton picking season for work on WPA.  11/1940” Dorothea Lange

“On Arizona Highway south of Chandler. A migratory family living in a trailer in an open field. No sanitation, no water.

November 1936. "Children and home of migratory cotton workers. Migratory camp, southern San Joaquin Valley, California." Medium format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration

Migratory camp, southern San Joaquin Valley, California by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

Family living on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee during the Great Depression

Family living on Natchez Trace Project, near Lexington, Tennessee, June 1936

Mother and baby of family of nine living in field on U.S. Route 70 in Tennessee, near Tennessee River

Mother and baby of family of nine living in field on U. Route 70 in Tennessee, near Tennessee River. Photo by Carl Mydans.

women sitting in chairs on a porch, one woman holding her baby while her hair is getting done, Earle, Arkansas, July 1936.

Baby is nursing : ) July "Negro women near Earle, Arkansas." Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration. Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Near Earle: 1936

Walker Evans: Documenting the Great Depression | Orwellwasright's Weblog

Walker Evans: Documenting the Great Depression

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Let Us Now Praise Famous Men-- text by American writer James Agee and photographs by American photographer Walker Evans first published in 1941

Evicted sharecropper and child, New Madrid County, Missouri

Evicted sharecropper and child, New Madrid County, Missouri, Photo by Arthur Rothstein. Rothstein Madrid States of America

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