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Documenting America, 1935-1943

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Between 1935 and 1943, a group of photographers under the direction of Roy Emerson Stryker set out to photograph the United States for the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information. Photographs taken by this celebrated group, whose ranks included Dorothea Lange, Ben Shahn, Gordon Parks, Russell Lee and Walker Evans, have since become icons of the 1930s...more
Hardcover, 300 pages
Published January 18th 1989 by University of California Press (first published October 27th 1988)
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Lawrence William Levine was a celebrated American historian. He was born in Manhattan and died in Berkeley, California.

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