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An unemployed lumberjack with his wife in a migrant workers camp for the bean harvest, Marion County, Oregon. The man has his social security number tattooed on his arm. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August 1939 Featured Dorothea Lange Print

An unemployed lumberjack with his wife in a migrant workers camp for the bean harvest, Marion County, Oregon. The man has his social security number tattooed on his arm. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August 1939

OREGON: LUMBERJACK, 1939.
An unemployed lumberjack with his wife in a migrant workers camp for the bean harvest, Marion County, Oregon. The man has his social security number tattooed on his arm. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, August 1939

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CALIFORNIA: DOCTOR, 1939. A traveling public health doctor conducting a well-baby Featured Dorothea Lange Print

CALIFORNIA: DOCTOR, 1939. A traveling public health doctor conducting a well-baby

CALIFORNIA: DOCTOR, 1939.
A traveling public health doctor conducting a well-baby clinic in local school in Calipatria, California. The clinic is attended by many migratory mothers who work in the nearby pea field. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1939

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DROUGHT REFUGEES, 1937. A destitute Missouri family of five with no money, a sick baby Featured Dorothea Lange Print

DROUGHT REFUGEES, 1937. A destitute Missouri family of five with no money, a sick baby

DROUGHT REFUGEES, 1937.
A destitute Missouri family of five with no money, a sick baby, and a broken down automobile alongside U.S. Highway 99 in San Joaquin County, California. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, February 1937

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