Chicago and Downstate: Illinois as Seen by the Farm Security Administration Photographers, 1936-1943

Chicago and Downstate Illinois as Seen by the Farm Security Administration Photographers The photographs in this collection drawn from the most extensive photodocumentary project ever conceived reflect the wide diversity of what has been called the nations most representative state The

  • Title: Chicago and Downstate: Illinois as Seen by the Farm Security Administration Photographers, 1936-1943
  • Author: Robert L. Reid
  • ISBN: 9780252060786
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • The photographs in this collection, drawn from the most extensive photodocumentary project ever conceived, reflect the wide diversity of what has been called the nations most representative state The renowned photographers of Roy Strykers Farm Security Admin staff traveled to throughout the state, focusing on the people of Illinois at home, at work, at play The edThe photographs in this collection, drawn from the most extensive photodocumentary project ever conceived, reflect the wide diversity of what has been called the nations most representative state The renowned photographers of Roy Strykers Farm Security Admin staff traveled to throughout the state, focusing on the people of Illinois at home, at work, at play The editors selected 162 photos for this collection from the than 2,400 taken in Illinois, by such photographers as John Vachon, Russell Lee, Arthur Rothstein, Jack Delano, Dorothea Lange, Esther Bubley, Theodor Jung, Carl Mydans, Ann Rosenor, Edwin Rosskam.

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