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82.120.29
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: J. D. and His Latest Dog, Named Bozer
Date: 1953
Medium: Gelatin silver print
82.120.31
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: J. D. Holds Bozer, Carl on Bed
Date: 1953
Medium: Gelatin silver print
W. Eugene Smith
82.120.31
82.120.13
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: Left, cousin Billie Jean Lands, 4, daughter of Lois' sister. Right, Johnnie Fay in "playhouse" near cabin in cherry orchard. Junk dishes, toaster, etc. came from trash heap nearby. Johnnie Fay holds a light bulb from same junk heap.
Date: 1953
Medium: Gelatin silver print
79.24.4
Maker: Max Yavno
Title: Lettuce Pickers, Brawley, California
Date: 1978
Medium: Gelatin silver print
98.107.70
Maker: Otto Hagel
Title: Livingston Camp, Central Valley
Date: 1950
Medium: Gelatin silver print
98.107.71
Maker: Otto Hagel
Title: Livingston Camp, Central Valley
Date: 1950
Medium: Gelatin silver print
82.120.5
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: Lois and J. D. unload their oil stove from trailer
Date: 1953
Medium: Gelatin silver print
82.120.26
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: Lugs of cherries ready for cannery. Lois Miller, right, local boy at left; he works for farmer driving tractor.
Date: 1953
Medium: Gelatin silver print
92.144.159
Maker: Max Yavno
Title: Mexican Foreman
Date: 1946
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Max Yavno
92.144.159
92.144.145
Maker: Max Yavno
Title: Mexican Foreman
Date: 1946
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Max Yavno
92.144.145
92.144.146
Maker: Max Yavno
Title: Mexican Foreman
Date: 1946
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Max Yavno
92.144.146
92.87.15
Maker: Marion Post Wolcott
Title: Mexican woman picking cotton on Knowlton Plantation, season labor brought from Texas, FSA project, Perthshire, Miss.
Date: 1939
Medium: Gelatin silver print
85.78.4
Maker: Marion Post Wolcott
Title: Migrant Family from Missouri, Belle Glade, Florida. "We ain't never lived like hogs before, but we sure does now."
Date: 1939
Medium: Gelatin silver print
92.89.8
Maker: Marion Post Wolcott
Title: Migrant pickers and their quarters, near Lake Okeechobee, Fla.
Date: 1939
Medium: Gelatin silver print
88.5.7
Maker: Marion Post Wolcott
Title: Migrant Vegetable Pickers' Children. Younger One Has Sore Eyes & Rash from "Black Muck" Caustic Soil, near Belleglade, Florida, 1939. The older boy said, "He's (the little brother) had colitis so bad, but we can't git him to a doctor. We had a big freeze here & now there's no work, so my daddy make the payments on the car, so now we cain't go nowhere else."
Date: 1939
Medium: Gelatin silver print
92.87.18
Maker: Marion Post Wolcott
Title: Migrant vegetable picker's shack near Belleglade, Florida. Land had to be cleared, no water or sanitation facilities, rent $5.00 per month
Date: 1939
Medium: Gelatin silver print