Children’s playground. Saint Louis, Missouri. March, 1936
The bleached skull of a steer on the dry sun-baked earth of the South Dakota Badlands. May, 1936
Florence, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Gordon Williams, electrician at Wilson Dam, lives in this demountable prefabricated defense house at Florence, Alabama. June, 1942
Evicted sharecroppers along Highway 60, New Madrid County, Missouri. January, 1939 New Madrid County is a county located in the Bootheel of Southeast Missouri in the United States. As of the 2000 U.S. Census, the county’s population was 19,760. A 2008 estimate, however, showed the population to be 17,589. The largest city and county seat […]
Evicted sharecroppers on Highway 60, New Madrid County, Missouri. January, 1939
Street scene, Marysville, Ohio. Summer, 1938 Marysville was originally part of Northwest Territory, and then became part of the Virginia Military District within that territory, and eventually became part of the state of Ohio. One of the original surveyors of the area was James Galloway, Jr., who first visited in 1805. Marysville was founded in […]
Medicine show, Huntingdon, Tennessee. October, 1935
Circus poster, Circleville, Ohio. Summer, 1938 Circleville, county seat of Pickaway County. Average small Ohio city, depending upon surrounding rich farmlands for its livelihood. Because of its non-industrial surroundings, retains much of old-time flavor. Outstanding industries: Eshelman’s Feed Mill. Employs 150-200 men the year ’round. Pay averages about eighty-five cents an hour. Container Corporation of […]
Daughter of Negro sharecropper goes up and down the rows “worming” the tobacco. Wake County, North Carolina. July, 1939
Children of Oklahoma drought refugee in migratory camp in California. November, 1936
Colored family from near Houston, Texas. Been in California for two years. Husband came first, later sent for wife and two children, who traveled by bus (on licensed car, fare six dollars, traveling night and day). Husband now on Works Progress Administration (WPA). February, 1939
Child living in Oklahoma City shacktown. August, 1936 Soon Available as 12″ x 12″ Museum Quality Matte Print
“Opportunities Unlimited, World Wide Assignments”
“Liberty for All”
Buffalo Head Mounted Above Shelving in a Butcher Shop in New Ulm, Minnesota. The Town Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South Central Minnesota. It Was Founded in 1854 by a German Immigrant Land Company the Encouraged Its Kinsmen to Emigrate From Europe. Population Stabilized at 8 to […]
Wallace “Whitey” Wolf, a Mechanic for the City Sweeps Out the Repair Garage. He Also Is an Officer in the Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. Wolf Is a Native of the Town Whose Mother and Grandmother Still Are Residents There. New Ulm Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South […]
The Cook at Texan Cafe Watches the Snow Removal Crew at Work. Rifle, Colorado, January, 1973. Photographer: David Hiser
Deer Hunters’ Kill Is Counted and Examined at Check Station North of Rifle by Employees of the Colorado Department of Fish and Game. the Information Is Used to Determine the Time and Duration of Next Year’s Season and What Type of Deer May Be Hunted. Rifle, Colorado, October, 1973.
At the Oldlands’ Summer Cow Camp, Fifteen Miles South of Their Piceance Creek Ranch. Hired Hand Jake Spends an Idle Moment Practicing Roping. Rifle, Colorado, July, 1973
Aerial View Upstream of Boom Site in Monument Valley, Utah Where Oil Spill Into the San Juan River Was Contained before Flooding Caused Overflow of Oil and Debris Into Lake Powell. To the Right of the River Lies the Northern Part of the Navy’s Reservation; to the Left Are BLM Lands. The Light Strip Along […]
Backpackers Terry Mcgaw and Glen Denny Rest in the Setting Sun at the End of the Trail to Delicate Arch. Arches National Park, Utah, May, 1972
Livestock Auction Held Every Friday at the Rifle Sales-Yard. Rifle, Colorado, October, 1972. BUY FINE-ART PRINT
Empty Steel Beer and Soft Drink Cans Were Accumulated from a Variety of Sources near Taos, New Mexico, to Be Used in Building Experimental Houses. Taos, New Mexico, 1973.
Outdoor Market at Haymarket Square. Public Protest Kept the Square from Becoming Part of an Expressway, Boston, MA, 05/1973
Abandoned Building Adjoins Lord and Jealous Wool Mill in City Mills, a Manufacturing Town on the Charles River, Boston, MA 03/1973
Obsolescence in the Junkyard – Pony or Auto? New Bedford, MA, 04/1973
Elevated Railroad Structure and Blighted Area below Washington Street South from the Corner of Bartlett, Boston, MA, 02/1973
Aftermath of an Auto Accident on Storrow Drive, Nine O’clock in the Morning, Boston, MA, 02/1973
EAST BALTIMORE DOCUMENTARY SURVEY PROJECT: Elinor Cahn – "Bingo Player, Saint Casimer’s Church Hall", (1979)
Bingo Player, Saint Casimer’s Church Hall, from the East Baltimore Documentary Survey Project, Baltimore, Maryland, 1979.
Chris’ Carry Out, from the East Baltimore Documentary Survey Project, 1978.
Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation, [Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, Calif.] 1942 or 1943.