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Photos: Dorothea Lange's Depression-Era Los Angeles

She chronicled since-razed ethnic enclaves downtown, as well as subsistence homesteads on the outskirts of Los Angeles. [ more › ]
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Dorothea Lange 'American Masters' profile to premiere on PBS August 29

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A PBS profile of Dorothea Lange, the photographer behind iconic images of the Great Depression and Dust Bowl, is set to air later this month. American Masters - Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning will premiere on PBS stations ...

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Perhaps no one did more to show us the human toll of the Great Depression than Lange, who was born on this day in 1895. Her photos of farm workers and others have become iconic of the era.

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Dorothea Lange’s photographs of rural life, which she took for a U.S. government agency, are among the most famous images of Depression America: farmers, resettled ex-slaves, inhabitants of migrant camps, homesteaders and landscapes...

Jolly Street: 1936

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February 1936. "Children at the El Monte subsistence homesteads, California." Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Dorothea Lange photos of LA poverty in 1936

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A month before shooting the more famous Migrant Mother, Lange documented the "Mexican quarter" before it was razed for downtown's Union Station.

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