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"People at the Fair, Pie Town, New Mexico" Photographer: Russell Lee; Date: 1940 October; Location: Pie Town, New Mexico, USA Great Depression Years, Pie Town, Ideas Vintage, Vintage Cars, Vintage Photos, Colorized Photos, Colorized History, Dust Bowl, New Mexico

The Great Depression in Color

Most photos here are from 1939 - 1940. Click for larger view. WE ARE SO ACCUSTOMED TO SEEING PHOTOGRAPHS from the Great Depression in black and white that color images are almost unimaginable. From the 1950s back, our history is largely rooted in a monochromatic world, muted variables of black and gray—at least according to our history textbooks and newspapers. Look at the Depression era photos of Dorothea Lange, Arthur Rothstein, John Vachon, Walker Evans, Gordon Parks and others—and what…

Duane Michaels - The story being told here is a little boys grandpa dying and going to heaven. >photo sequence, B&W< Photography Projects, Artistic Photography, Black And White Photography, Fine Art Photography, Sadness Photography, Photomontage, Sequence Photography, Duane Michals, Photo Sequence

Duane Michals

Duane Michals was born February 18, 1932 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. In 1953, he completed a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Denver. He went on to study at the Parsons School of Graphic Des…

June "Child of Earl Taylor in kitchen of their home near Black River Falls, Wisconsin." Photo by Russell Lee, Resettlement Administration.Shorpy Historical Photo Archive Source by debbieml Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Prints, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Time Pictures, Shorpy Historical Photos, Historical Pictures

Kitchen Nightmare: 1937 high-resolution photo

Vintage photographs available as fine-art prints or digital stock images

African American Sunday Dinner Images We Adore – Black Southern Belle Women In History, Black History, African American Food, American Photo, Historical Women, American Revolutionary War, Civil War Photos, Black Families, African Diaspora

Russell Lee - Amber Collection

Photographs from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) work in the 1930s and the American Mining Communities project commissioned by the Dept of Interior in the 1940s.

Clementine and Sam, Cambrigde 1992 por Nicholas Nixon

Clementine and Sam Nicholas Nixon

Jack Whinery, homesteader, with his wife and the youngest of his five children, Pie Town, New Mexico. Library of Congress. Pie Town, Dust Bowl, Ww2 Photos, American Children, American Life, Great Depression, Library Of Congress, Second World, Photo Look

4x5 Kodachromes

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Viktoria Sorochinski is an artist-photographer working mainly with people, and exploring family dynamics, relationships and psychological states of mind. Her work is often narrative and symbolic - dwelling between documentary and fiction. Berlin, Master Of Fine Arts, Mother Son, Photo Story, Amazing Photography, Victoria, Photos, People, Inspiration

Silent Dialogues - Photographs and text by Viktoria Sorochinski | LensCulture

“Where is the border between one person and another? What really defines closeness?” These delicately constructed images—portraying feelings suspended in time—draw us into the intimacy of all kinds of different relationships.

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Trish Morrissey

Trish Morrissey

25 Years of the Brown Sisters by Nicholas Nixon Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Photo Sequence, Calendar Design, Family Album, Life Photography, Family Life, Sisters, Portrait

25 Years of the Brown Sisters by Nicholas Nixon

I'm a sucker for chronological photographs - like this series of photos Nicholas Nixon took of the Brown Sisters over a course of 25 years: Begun in 1975, Nixon's annual group portraits of the artist's wife Bebe and her three sisters comprise his most well-known series. Collectively, they represent a distinct take on the tradition of portraiture for their rigorous simplicity in mode of conception and overall romantic beauty. Through this picture-history of the four Brown siblings, Nixon…

Una carta de mi padre // A letter from my father (by Duane Michals,

Duane Michals

Unspoken Conversations : Mothers and Daughters - Rania Matar Photographer

Unspoken Conversations : Mothers and Daughters

 There's nothing like a mom hug, as this Nicholas Nixon photo proves.


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