dorothea lange

Early 1960s|c. 2002

This is a black and white photograph that shows an older woman in a white dress sitting in a room to the left of a large paned window.

Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California
1936

ARTIST BIRTH: 1895 ARTIST DEATH: 1965

Adeline Kent with Sculpture
c. 1935

ARTIST BIRTH: 1903 ARTIST DEATH: 1982

Cable Saddle
1935
Dust is Too Much
1936-1938

Filed in Lange work print file #39Q, with the following title and inscription - in Lange's hand (pencil & red pencil): DUST BOWL / FSA Exodus / See Texas / See Oklahoma and on...

Untitled
1920's

Unable to locate any information on this photo in Early Work Catalog, Catalog Sheet binders or Contact Sheet binders.

Untitled (Portrait of Joan Bowly, Dorothea Lange's Mother)
1927
1934

Studio flyer with text: "new season / 1934 / dorothea lange / photographs / of people / new place / 2515 / gough street / san francisco / GRaystone 2807"

1934
1953
Dorothea Lange Fellowship
2003

Poster printed on white paper. At the top is "Dorothea Lange / Fellowship" in black and gray. At the center is a black and white photograph of a man standing at a fence with a tin cup in front of...

The Long Memory
Late 20th Early 21st Century

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a Dorothea Lange photograph of a man in a coat with a hat on holding a tin can. He is leaning up against a fence. There is a large group of men behind...

1941

Dorothea Lange's personal copy

 (Richmond Shipyards, California)
Sep-43
Untitled, (Oakland, Calif. Headlines of newspapers)
Feb-42

Oakes Observatory

Oakland, Calif. Headlines of newspapers in stand at 14th and Broadway presaged, on February 27, 1942, the evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry from military...

c. 1935
c. 1976

Poster has thick white border overall. Poster has a photograph of six farm workers in a field bent over picking crops in black and pink. The top right corner has the United Farm Workers stylized...

1937
1947

Photos by Doreathea Lange (her copy?). Published by University of California Press

1940

Published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York

1944

Photographs of Japanese-Americans at Manzanar Relocation Center in Inyo County, CA. Published by U.S. Camera

c.1952

Dan Dixon (according to John Dixon) may have taken this photo during the Adams/Lange collaboration in Utah.

n.d.
Untitled (Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor on Field Trip, 1935)
1935

Photography attributed to Helen Dixon and Ron Partridge

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