Dorothea Lange Color
Dorothea Lange never out of vogue, now her famous black and white images are in color bringing the real events closer to the observer, giving you a more…
♡ Wow this almost looks like my home in England, it was on Pimlico Farm, we had 1 side which looking at this would be on the left here was a townhouse. The farm road was right outside my kitchen door. I could look across the road and see all the baby sheep there. My landlords were so nice. It was a beautiful area. I could also see RAF Croughton where I used to catch the bus to RAF Heyford where I worked as head cook at the NCO Club.
Dorothea Lange Color Part of an impoverished family of nine on a New Mexico highway. Depression refugees from Iowa. Left Iowa in 1932 because of father’s ill health. Father an auto mechanic laborer, painter by trade. Family has been on relief in Arizona but refused entry on relief roles in Iowa to which state the... Published - August 1936 Colorized Dust bowl migration
Dorothea Lange Color Children of drought refugees from Oklahoma camping by the roadside. They hope to work in the cotton fields. The official at the border (California-Arizona) inspection service said that on this day, August 17, 1936, twenty-three car loads and truck loads of migrant families out of the drought counties of Oklahoma and Arkansas had passed throughout that station entering California up to 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Colorized Dust bowl migration