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    Visits, etc., made by General Pershing, 1930-1939 80 photographic prints. | Photographs show American Legion convention in Boston; opening of the U.S. exhibit at the Paris Exposition; Pershing with other members of the Carnegie Institution board of trustees; dedication of a battle monument at Chateau-Thierry; etc.
    • Date: 1930
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    Paris, France, 1939 1 album (644 photographic prints) ; 40 x 52 cm. (album) | Collection of snapshots of Paris public life in 1939. Includes views of everyday life including outdoor cafes; bookstalls along the Seine; side streets in Montmartre; traffic signs; shop equipment; newspaper kiosks; department stores; shop windows; transportation; weddings; workers; street people; signs and posters. Includes a few snapshots of of Boulogne, Reims and...
    • Contributor: Clark, Marcus J.
    • Date: 1939
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    Entries in a German typographical competition
    Reichsberufswettkampf, 1939, Plakat und Urkundenwettbewerb Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    ca. 150 items ; 36 x 28 cm. or smaller. | Entries prepared for the 1939 Reichsberufwettkampf, Plakat und Urkundenwettbewerb (national labor and trades competition, poster and certificate competition) Various printed and hand-lettered designs for a certificate of award, or certificate of participation, each with entry form mounted and numbered on back.
    • Contributor: Graphic Design Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Reichsberufswettkampf Der Deutschen Jugend - Deutsche Arbeitsfront, Dlc
    • Date: 1939
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    Algeriana, 1889-1939 17 items (10 photographic prints, 4 photostats, and 3 copy photographs) ; 21 x 26 cm. or smaller. | Small collection of materials related to Horatio Alger. Includes portraits of Alger; Alger family members including his sister Olive Augusta Cheney; the Alger family home, and family gravesites. Includes group portrait of Alger, his brother-in-law Amos Parker Cheney and friend Louis Schick enjoying stereographs from...
    • Date: 1889
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    Grace Abbott, 1878-1939 1 photographic print. | Half lgth, facing left.
    • Date: 1930
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    Georgia farming, 1939-1940 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 11 photographic prints : b&w, glossy ; 5 x 7 in. | Photographs show sharecroppers harvesting oats; dilapidated buildings.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post - United States. Office of War Information
    • Date: 1939
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    Oklahoma, 1939-1940 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 13 photographic prints : b&w, glossy ; 5 x 7 in. | Photographs show wheat, corn, and bean plants and abandoned brick factory near Muskogee; square dance scenes including small children asleep on bed.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - United States. Office of War Information
    • Date: 1939
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    Baltimore, Maryland, 1937-1939 ca. 50 photographic prints. | Photographs show typical row houses; slum areas; stores and signs. Scenes along the water fronts. Children playing in backyards and streets. Scenes in Negro districts. Citizens sitting on doorsteps.
    • Contributor: United States. Office of Coordinator of Information - Rothstein, Arthur - United States. Farm Security Administration - Dick, Sheldon - Vachon, John - United States. Public Health Service
    • Date: 1937
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    Little Goldilocks Riding Hood 1 drawing on layered paper : ink, crayon, and opaque white over blue pencil underdrawing ; 56.4 x 39.8 cm (sheet) | Editorial cartoon showing a combined "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Goldilocks", representing "Poland", startled at finding "The Big Bad Wolf" as Hitler, representing "Nazi Germany", and one of the "Three Bears", representing "Soviet Russia", in bed waiting for her.
    • Contributor: Block, Herbert
    • Date: 1939
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    M.G.M. presents the Wizard of Oz 1 photomechanical print : with ink and graphite. | Continuity drawing for the Wizard of Oz showing principal scenes from the movie, the tornado, Dorothy with the munchkins, when she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodsman, and the Cowardly Lion, confrontation with the witch, and at home.
    • Date: 1939
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    Der Nichtangriffspakt Berlin-Moskau ... 1 photographic print. | Joachim von Ribbentrop and Viacheslav Molotov signing the Berlin-Moscow Non-Aggression Pact. Left to right: Von Ribbentrop, Stalin, Gauss, Hilger, Molotov (sitting), von der Schulenburg.
    • Date: 1939
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    Scenes in Tibet, 1930-39 25 photographic prints ; 27 x 21 cm. or smaller. | German documentary photographs made on the Ernst Schäfer expedition to Tibet. Palace of the Dalai Lama in Lhasa, street market in Lhasa, two boats made of stretched yak-hide being transported overland, a holy lama blessing a young woman, portrait of the Dalai Lama, etc.
    • Contributor: Wolzogen, Elsa Laura Von, Dlc - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) - Hedin, Sven Anders - Wolzogen, Elsa Laura Von - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Schäfer, Ernst - Hedin, Sven Anders,, Dlc
    • Date: 1930
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    Edward Everett Brodie, 1876-1939 1 photographic print. | Portrait, head and shoulders, facing right.
    • Date: 1930
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    Mississippi, Oct. 1939-Aug. 1940 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 25 photographic prints : b&w, glossy ; 5 x 7 in. | Photographs show Negro plantation housing in Mileston; picking cotton, Clarksdale; fishing in Belzoni; old house nearly hidden by sunflowers, Rodney; soft drink sign outside cafe in Natchez.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post - United States. Office of War Information
    • Date: 1939
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    Oklahoma oil fields. August, 1939 106 photographic prints. | Photographs show Corporation and independent oil companies; living conditions of oil workers. Drilling operations, storage tanks, refinery of Seminole Company. Refinery laboratory. Storage tanks, tank cars, waste oil. Main street and stores in former boom town of St. Louis. Independent refinery, oil field salvage lot. Story of unemployed oil worker's family in Oklahoma City. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Taylor, Texas. 1939. Feed mill 13 photographic prints. | Photographs show feed mill. Unloading corn and grains. Feeding into grinding hoppers. Filling and weighing sacks. Wagon on scales to receive ground feed directly from hopper.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Weatherford, Texas. 1939. Farmers' market 16 photographic prints. | Photographs show farmers' market. Farmers in town to sell produce. Chickens, hay, calf, mules, seed, eggs, mint, preserves. Court building and courthouse square. Listening to political speaker, visiting.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Sisseton, South Dakota. Sept., 1939 18 photographic prints. | Photographs show railroad station, grain elevators, stores, store windows, general views over the town. False front buildings. Portraits of children on the street.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
    • Date: 1939
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    San Francisco, Calif. 1936-1939 23 photographic prints. | Photographs show downtown buildings, seen from Bay Bridge. Potrero residential district houses; fire traps; Russian Baptist Church. Italian North Beach district. Chinese reading bulletins of the surrender of Canton.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1936
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    [Market porter, Les Halles, 1939] 1 photographic print. | Half-length portrait of stocky porter, facing right, arms folded, Quartier des Halles, Paris, France.
    • Contributor: Brassa
    • Date: 1939
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    Allegorical and mythological subjects, 1930-39 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 75 prints : engraving. | Male and female figures representing agriculture, arts and crafts, brewing, dairying, electricity, harvesting, industry, justice, radio, science, security, the steel and textile industries; transportation, the tropics, etc. Also, the god Mercury, American eagle, etc.
    • Contributor: American Bank Note Company
    • Date: 1930
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    Herta Moselsio photographs of Martha Graham's Lamentation, circa 1939 Herta Moselsio (1892-1978), photographer and ceramist, took photographs of Martha Graham performing Lamentation at Bennington College, while collaborating with her husband, Simon Moselsio, on filming the dance work. Lamentation had premiered in New York in 1930. Moselsio's film was released in 1943, but the actual year of photography and filming is not verified.
    • Contributor: Moselsio, Herta - Moselsio, Simon
    • Date: 1939
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    In 1939 the New York World's Fair 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color. | Poster showing the Trylon and Perisphere buildings for the 1939 New York World's Fair.
    • Contributor: Pennsylvania Railroad - Culin, Nembhard N.
    • Date: 1937
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    Works Progress Administration, Federal Art Project 1939 1 print : silkscreen, color. | The cover illustration for the WPA Federal Art Project calendar for 1939 showing an eagle and palette which was generally accepted as the logo of the Federal Art Project.
    • Contributor: Rothstein, Jerome Henry - Federal Art Project (New York, N.Y.). Poster Division
    • Date: 1938
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    Koos Fis v 1930-e gody.
    Коос Фис в 1930-е годы.
    The "Kuzbass" autonomous industrial colony was created in 1921. It was organized by American workers, who took on the obligation of inviting from the United States and Western Europe some eight thousand skilled workers and specialists to industrialize the Kuzbass. The Soviet government turned over to the colonists a number of Kemerovo mine shafts and an unfinished coking plant. To recruit volunteers to work...
    • Date: 1930
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    British war efforts, 1939-1945 poster series 119 photomechanical prints (ca. 232 images) : half-tone ; 38 x 48 cm. | Series of oversize posters reproduced from photographs show industrial plants, combat actions, the home front, fighter pilots and activities related to military and civilian responses of Great Britain and its allies in World War II.
    • Date: 1939
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    Grossdeutschland im Weltgeschehen Tagesbilderberichte 1939 [-1942] 4 albums (ca. 750 photographic prints) ; 31 x 43 cm. (albums) | German photographs depicting the progress of the war at the battle fronts and at home, 1939-1942. Adolf Hitler giving speeches, receiving foreign diplomats, at Nazi party gatherings, kissing babies. Göring and Goebbels. German troops entering conquered cities, military equipment, submarines, ships, English prisoners of war, captured American troop transport, etc. Also...
    • Contributor: Nationalsozialistischer Lehrerbund. Reichswaltung, Dlc - Braeckow, Ernst - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Germany. Reichsministerium Für Volksaufklärung Und Propaganda - Hoffmann, Heinrich
    • Date: 1939
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    Scenes in the Soviet Union, 1930-1945 43 photographic prints ; 17 x 40 cm. and smaller. | Photographs show Soviet military and civilian scenes between 1930 and 1945. Includes military personnel, equipment, and the World War II campaigns for Stalingrad, Odessa, and Moscow; German generals captured at the Battle of Stalingrad; people in Central Asia; soldiers visiting factories in the Donbas area of Ukraine; view of the Moscow Sea prior...
    • Contributor: Zelʹma, Georgi
    • Date: 1930
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    Hermann Göring's activities, June 1-12, 1939 1 album (370 photographic prints) ; 43 x 37 cm. (album) | Photographs show views of activities of state visit of Prince Paul and Princess Olga of Yugoslavia to Germany. Includes views of Wehrmacht parade; cruise on the Göring's yacht "Carin II"; ballet, fireworks, other entertainments in their honor including a ball at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin. Includes views of ceremonies honoring the Legion...
    • Contributor: Hermann Göring Collection (Library of Congress) - Robert - Robert (Photographer) - Röhr, Robert (Photographer) - Röhr, Robert - Hermann Göring Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Göring, Hermann,, Dlc - Göring, Hermann
    • Date: 1939
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    Diary in photos, vol. V, 1939 1 album (104 photographic prints) ; 26 x 15 cm. (album) | Photographs show John D. Whiting's trips around the Middle East region in 1939. Whiting, a member of the American Colony in Jerusalem, worked as a tour guide, businessman, writer, and photographer. Photographs include locations in Palestine (present day Israel and the West Bank), Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. Included are ruins, Bedouin and...
    • Contributor: Matson, G. Eric (Gästgifvar Eric) - Whiting, John D. (John David)
    • Date: 1938
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    Hermann Göring's activities, June 13-August 1939 1 album (407 photographic prints) ; 43 x 37 cm. (album) | Photographs show Frau Emmy Göring with women of the Red Cross and at award presentation ceremony. Includes views of Artur Görlitzer presenting Göring with a boat and Robert Ley and Ferdinand Porsche presenting Göring a Volkswagen. Includes views of Hermann and Emmy Göring at the premiere of a motion picture in Berlin....
    • Contributor: Hermann Göring Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Göring, Hermann,, Dlc - Robert (Photographer)
    • Date: 1939
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    Nazi party buildings in Munich, ca. 1939 102 photographic prints ; 24 x 18 cm. or smaller. | 11 photomechanical prints ; 24 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Includes interior and exterior views of the Führerbau and the Verwaltungsbau der NSDAP on Königsplatz in Munich, designed by architect Paul Ludwig Troost; the Ehrentempel with its stone sarcophagi of dead stormtroopers killed during the Nov. 9, 1923 "Hitler Putsch" uprising.
    • Contributor: Schmauss, Erika - Hoffmann, Heinrich - Troost, Paul Ludwig - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) - Jaeger & Goergen (Firm) - Hege, Walter - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc
    • Date: 1939
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    Yuma, Ariz. Feb. 1939--Row crop irrigation 1 photographic print.
    • Contributor: Glaha, Ben D.
    • Date: 1939
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    Pro-German pictorial posters, 1939-1945 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 15 photomechanical prints : some col. ; 60 x 42 cm. or smaller. | Prints show action shots of World War II German aviators, submariners and soldiers. Includes views of parade of German soldiers; activities of the German construction firm Organisation Todt; production of German tanks. Also includes view of German fighter ace Captain Walter Nowotny signing autographs.
    • Contributor: Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc
    • Date: 1939
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    Einweihung des Neubaues der Reichskanzlei Berlin Januar 1939
    Kanzlei Einweihung 1939
    1 portfolio (11 photomechanical prints, 2 leaves of text) ; 23 x 31 cm. | Remodeling construction of the German chancellery building in Berlin, dedicated in 1939. Entrance; portion of a corridor; men operating large cranes; etc. Informal photograph of Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer, architect.
    • Contributor: Hoffmann, Heinrich - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Bauer, Max - Winkler, Curt
    • Date: 1939
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    C.C.N.Y. basketball, 1938-1939 1 photographic print. | Photograph shows, left to right, City College of New York basketball coach Nat Holman and team co-captains Manny Jarmon and Lou Lefkowitz.
    • Date: 1938
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    Small town Ohio, Richmond, Ohio, 1939 1 photographic print : gelatin silver.
    • Contributor: Hagel, Otto
    • Date: 1939
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    Memphis, Tenn. Nov., 1939. Cotton exchange 84 photographic prints. | Photographs show cotton exchange. Members trading around the pit and board boys posting prices. Reading the ticker tape. Cotton broker's office. Mid-South Cotton Growers' Association. Sampling cotton in the classing room of a cotton factor's office. Cotton "snakes," waste cotton picked up from floors of sampling and classing rooms, in burlap bundles on the sidewalk. Bales of cotton in a...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Durham, North Carolina, Nov., 1939. Warehouse district 42 photographic prints. | Photographs show warehouse district. Street scenes. Itinerant preacher spreading "religion" to farmers waiting outside warehouse, during tobacco auction. Boot and shoe salesman inside warehouse. Patent medicine vendor with Indian headdress. Selling turkeys for Thanksgiving, hound dogs, socks and neckties, on street. Armenian salesman selling bed spreads, table linen and shawls. Travelling photographer. Truckload of tobacco on way to Chesterfield cigarette...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Durham, North Carolina, Nov., 1939. Tobacco auction 94 photographic prints. | Photographs show tobacco auction. Warehouses. Farmers bringing "sticks" of tobacco leaves in autos and trailers. White and Negro farmers waiting overnight in camp rooms, in warehouses, for auction to commence. "Hands" (leaves tied in bunches) are removed from sticks, graded and put on large, shallow split wood baskets for auctioning. Selling. "Bookmen" for the warehouse, on either side of the...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Laurel, Miss. Jan., 1939. Cotton mill 53 photographic prints. | Photographs show cotton mill. Cleaning cotton of trash which is then transported by belt to machine for making bats. Machines to pull bats into cotton ropes, and then into rough thread. Spindles of threat being processed into large spoils of three twist thread. Repairing breaks in threads. Bin of spindles. Looms in weaving room. Warp winding machines. Lumber mill with...
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Stateline, Miss. Nov., 1939. Turpentine still 17 photographic prints. | Photographs show turpentine still. Caulking barrels for resin. Still with gooseneck pipe from vat to condenser coils. Distilate separates into water and oil or spirits of turpentine. Part left in vat is put in barrels, for shipping as "resin of commerce" and is used in manufacture of varnish and paint.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Minneapolis, Minnesota. September, 1939. Commercial transportation 40 photographic prints. | Photographs show commercial transportation. Barges on the Mississippi River. Railroad yards. Loading corn shuckers and tractors on freight cars. Track maintenance men at work, eating lunch. Individual and commercial truck transportation. Loading at farm imnplement and terminal warehouses. Families of private truckers waiting in cabs. Cleaning trucks. Used truck sales lot. Oil tanks. Coal pile and loader.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
    • Date: 1939
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    Marshalltown, Iowa. Sept., 1939, Feb. 1940. 69 photographic prints. | Photographs show the central Iowa 4-H Club fair. Exhibition and auction of livestock. Farm machinery. Concesionaires on the midway. Merry-go-round and ferris wheel. Sulky race. Groups. Portraits of 4-H Club girls and boys. Explanation of the rural electrification program to some farm women.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Boothbay Center, Maine. August, 1939. Firemen's muster 10 photographic prints. | Photographs show firemen's muster. Volunteer fire companies competing for one hundred dollars, to be won by the company which can throw water farthest with hand operated pumps.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Mayer, Herbert
    • Date: 1939
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    Allegheny County, Va. Jan., 1939. Farmland 11 photographic prints. | Photographs show farmland. Rural road and a snake fence. Rocky farmland. U.S. Highway No. 60 through Allegheny County. Sign showing city limits and workers' homes in Covington.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Migrant agricultural workers in Oklahoma. June, 1939 198 photographic prints. | Photographs show migrant agricultural workers in Oklahoma and Texas. Arkansas River bottom. Picking string beans and potatoes. Weighing up. Getting paid off. Miserable living conditions in shacks, tents, makeshift shelters occupied by Negro and white workers and their families. Eating, sleeping. Sick children and adults.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Parties in rural Oklahoma. 1939-1940 19 photographic prints. | Photographs show round and square dances, Saturday night party at sharecropper's home. Two-piece string band. Children asleep on bed. Young people playing games in and out of doors at "play party." Guitar player and singers. Going home on horseback.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Kilgore, Texas. April 1939. Drilling for oil 73 photographic prints. | Photographs show drilling for oil. Derricks in residential, downtown, and railroad station sections of city. Oil storage tanks. Drilling machinery and equipment supply companies. Workmen on the job, lunch hour. Detail of drilling machinery, tools, operations. Piles of discarded automobile tires.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. City government 31 photographic prints. | Photographs show city government. Courthouse, jail. Courtroom. County commission's meeting and citizens' mass meeting to discuss raising funds to save WPA roadwork in the county. Negroes segregated in balcony. County judge, clerk, stenographer, constable, justice of the peace, city treasurer, tax collector, fire chief, banker. Farmers receiving AAA checks. Waiting for U.S. Dept. of Agriculture movie to be shown.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. Cattle auction 15 photographic prints. | Photographs show cattle auction. Auction yards and barn. Cattle in pens, runways. Livestock being inspected, brought into arena. Auctioneer conducting sale over public address sysmte. Table of commission rates. Cowhands, farmers, spectators.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. Railroad station 6 photographic prints. | Photographs show railroad station. Arrival schedules. Passengers arriving, departing. Dispatches and Western Union office. Railway express agency in station.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Lufkin, Texas. April 1939. Paper mill 10 photographic prints. | Photographs show paper mill. Steam-shovel excavating. Construction of mill foundation. Blacksmith shop, carpenter shop. Laying railroad track.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Houston, Texas. October, 1939. Commercial waterfront 32 photographic prints. | Photographs show commercial waterfront. Shell crushing plants, oil refinery, industrial plants and warehouses along loading docks. Piers. Tugs and barges. Freighters docked and leaving port. Former ship channel, now a yacht pen. Moss covered trees along bank. Power lines across channel, oil drillers preparing to take a core to determine the nature of sand in the basin.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Houston, Texas. 1939. Processing and shipping cotton 70 photographic prints. | Photographs show processing and shipping cotton. Cotton compress plant. Unloading cotton from trucks, freight cars. Sampling room. Testing for fibre length and grade. Cleaning damaged bales. Weighing, compressing, banding. Negro stevedores and longshoremen trucking to loading dock. Loading by crane to hold of Spanish ship for export. Round bales, full bales. Conveyor belt.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Waco, Texas. 1939. Cottonseed oil mill 41 photographic prints. | Photographs show cottonseed oil mill. Unloading cottonseed. Machines for separating lint from hulls and cleaning. Hydraulic press. Cottonseed oil. Sacking cottonseed meal. Cottonseed cakes. Preparing meal and hulls for storage. Baling linters. Protective masks.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Comanche, Texas. November, 1939. Peanut shelling plant 22 photographic prints. | Photographs show peanut shelling plant. Mechanically separating and grading. Picking out waste by hand. Sacking. Cleaning grader screens. Preparing, sacking, weighing, and loading feed made of shells and black strap molasses.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Abilene, Texas. May, 1939. Polo match 15 photographic prints. | Photographs show polo match. Harnessing ponies. Strapping ankles, braiding tails before game. Polo match in progress. Officials. Mounted spectators, cowboys, children, audience. Detail of mallets. Soda pop stand.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Spur, Texas. May, 1939. SMS cattle ranch 62 photographic prints. | Photographs show SMS cattle ranch. Saddling horses. Roping horses in corral. Roundup, branding, dehorning, castrating cattle. Watering trough, windmill, barn. Hides drying. Bunkhouse. Saddle room, enclosed well and chain pump. Chuck wagon. Cook preparing food o open fire, in dutch oven. Cowhands washing up, eating. Sleeping, reading newspaper. Foreman. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Marfa, Texas (vicinity). 1939. Walking X Ranch 117 photographic prints. | Photographs show Walking X Ranch. Round-up. Roping and saddling horses. Innoculating, branding, dehorning, castrating cattle. Corrals. Dam and water hole. Cattle guard. Chuck and bed roll wagon of tank crew on highway. Windmill, guard. Gas pumps. Old ranch buildings. Adobe privy and windbreak. New ranch house. Owner and prizes won by cattle. Mexican cowhands. Camp cook preparing meal. Men washing...
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. November, 1939. Creamery 31 photographic prints. | Photographs show creamery. Farmers bring in raw milk, unloading, steaming cans, packing in cars and trailers, weighing milk, pasteurizing, sampling for butter fat content. Washing bottles, bottling milk, capping, loaded milk truck. Driver checking in. Ice cream cans, insulation cases. Filling cans and cartons. Freezing compartment. Packing cheeses.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. 1939. Food supplies 42 photographic prints. | Photographs show food supplies. Farmers unloading, weighing vegetables at farmers' market, early morning. Wholesale grocery. Cartons in storage. Packaging pinto beans. Getting orders ready for retail stores. Unloading truck at retail store, checking. Clerks arranging fresh vegetable and fruit stands, dry goods. Display of Christmas goods.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. March, 1939. Mattress factory 32 photographic prints. | Photographs show mattress factory. Machine operations - cleaning cotton; rolling into bats, crimping, tufting, rolling edges, sewing on top. Covers. Women making ticking covers. Filling mattresses with cotton batting, tieing inner springs. Completed mattresses loaded on trucks for delivery. Upholstering chair.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Mexican quarter 99 photographic prints. | Photographs show Mexican quarter. Shacks and other makeshift dwellings, majority squalid, unsanitary. Dirt floors. Poor or no sanitation facilities. Primitive cooking arrangements. Women washing, cooking. Eating. Wall decorations of family portraits, calendars, baptismal certificates, movie stars, newspapers. Religious shrines. Sick people and dogs. Aged men and women. Individuals and families on relief. Waiting in line near office.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Mexican quarter 52 photographic prints. | Photographs show Mexican quarter. Men and children scavengers in farmers' market. Shack exteriors and potted plants. Blacksmith shop. Children playing near homes, on street. Movie theaters. Signs, advertisement. Making tortillas in bakeshop. Small businesses and proprietors. Secondhand stores. Street peddlers selling pottery, leather goods, newspapers, candy. Relief clients waiting in line for commodities.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Gonzales, Texas. November, 1939. Gonzales County Fair 57 photographic prints. | Photographs show Gonzales County Fair. Exterior of exhibit booths. Displays of home-made cakes, cookies, pies, canned food, agricultural products. Farm machinery, needlework, art, hobbies, and collections. Heirlooms. Exhibits prepared by NYA, 4-H Clubs, schools, FFA. Side shows. Food and drink stands and vendors. Negro laborers. Visitors. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Crystal City, Texas. 1939. Mexican slum area 92 photographic prints. | Photographs show Mexican slum area. Tent homes, adobe houses with straw roofs. Shacks of mud, scrap metal and wood, twigs, old automobile parts. Improvised privies. Interiors with dirt floors, kerosene lamps, fire, for cooking and heating, made in tin tub. Children and adults suffering from tuberculosis, malnutrition, arthritis, gonorrhea, impetigo, senility, blindness.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Hidalgo County, Texas. 1939. Harvesting carrots 31 photographic prints. | Photographs show harvesting carrots. Mexican men, women, children, labor contractor. Loosening carrots with plow. Pulling, bunching, tieing. Very small children in field with with mothers. Workers eating.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Weslaco, Texas. February, 1939. Migrant squatter camp 28 photographic prints. | Photographs show migrant squatter camp. Tents, homemade trailers, other improvised shelter. Homemade stoves and household goods of poverty-stricken workers. Washing clothes. Musicians. Migrant cowboy with independent income who travels in a trailer. Children. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Nebraska. November, 1939 and March, 1940 26 photographic prints. | Photographs show stores in Agate. Cattle at a watering hole in Dawes County. Highways and railroad tracks. Farmland and melting snow in Hayes County. Stockyard at Scottsbluff.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Miles City, Montana. June 1939. Rodeo 23 photographic prints. | Photographs show rodeo. Checking saddles. Broncho riders, calf roping, bull dogging. Performing clown and trick roper. Spectators. Main street, bar and loiterers. Bulletin board identifying cattle brands. Saddle shop.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Bozeman, Montana. June 1939. Cowpunchers and guides 15 photographic prints. | Photographs show cowpunchers and guides. Portrait of old time puncher rolling a cigarette. Guide for fishing and hunting parties, saddling and packing horse.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Grants Pass, Josephine County, Oregon. Aug 1939 11 photographic prints. | Photographs show picnic in the town park beside the Rogue River on California Day. Registration; tables; families relaxing.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Yamhill farms, near McMinnville, Ore. 1939 26 photographic prints. | Photographs show Farm Security Administration homestead projects in the Willamette Valley. Farmers. Cooperatively owned ensilage cutter. Harvesting corn and filling silo. Farm women working on quilt at the Helping Hand Club. Shelter units; garbage disposal. Preserved food. Yam migratory farm labor camp at Dayton, Ore.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Migrant agricultural workers in California in 1939 ca. 290 photographic prints. | Photographs show scenes along U.S. Highway 99 between Imperial and San Joaquin Valleys. FSA office for the issue of surplus commodities. Contractor's camp for pea pickers. Bindle stiff. Homeless family hitchhiking from Arizona. Winter quarters of citrus fruit workers. Automobiles, tents, cabins, and details of existence. Life in tent and squatter camps. Cotton pickers from Kansas. Workers and gang...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1937-1939. General scenes 57 photographic prints. | Photographs show general scenes. Mississippi River. Power & gas plants. Skyline. Cemetery. Tourist camp in winter. Snow fences. Street car barn and yard. Gas station loading scrap iron into railroad cars. Small businesses and factories; girl picketing candy company. Abandoned factory and mail order house. Shop windows. Billboard advertisements. Religious signs, Gospel tabernacle, Greek orthodox church. Park on Sunday afternoon....
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
    • Date: 1937
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    [Portrait of Zutty Singleton and Adele Girard, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., ca. 1939] Graphic. Portrait Photographs-1930-1950.. Film Negatives-1930-1950.. graphic | 1 negative : b&w ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. | Reference print available in Music Division, Library of Congress. Purchase William P. Gottlieb General information about the Gottlieb Collection is available at http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/gottlieb/gottlieb-home.html Forms part of: William P. Gottlieb Collection (Library of Congress). Gottlieb Collection Assignment No. 387 (Gottlieb Assignment). Graphic (Form). Electronic Resource (Form)....
    • Contributor: Gottlieb, William P.
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    [Portrait of Joe Marsala, Zutty Singleton, and Teddy Wilson, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., ca. 1939] Graphic. Portrait Photographs-1930-1950.. Group Portraits-1930-1950.. Film Negatives-1930-1950.. graphic | 1 negative : b&w ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. | Reference print available in Music Division, Library of Congress. Purchase William P. Gottlieb General information about the Gottlieb Collection is available at http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/gottlieb/gottlieb-home.html Forms part of: William P. Gottlieb Collection (Library of Congress). Gottlieb Collection Assignment No. 387 (Gottlieb Assignment). Graphic (Form). Electronic...
    • Contributor: Gottlieb, William P.
  • Collection
    Scenes from operas and plays produced in Germany, ca. 1930 95 photographic prints ; 25 x 19 cm. or smaller on mounts 28 x 36 cm. | Scenes from operas and plays performed in different theaters around Germany in the 1930's. Includes views of scenes; performances; performers and outdoor venues. Also includes views of opera houses, theaters and outdoor productions. Includes scenes from plays such as Don Carlos, Maria Stuart, Wallenstein and Wilhelm Tell...
    • Date: 1930
  • Collection
    Album of photographs of Germans in Poland, 1939(?) 48 photographic prints ; 7 x 10 cm. | Photographs show German resettlement activities in Poland in winter, ca. 1939-1940. Includes German SS soldiers; Polish soldiers who surrendered for their "self-protection"; groups of peasant farmers with wagons in the snow; farms; family groups of farmers and children. Includes Russian repatriation commission in Lublin and a Nazi Gauleiter in Hrubieszow, Poland. Also includes portraits of...
    • Contributor: Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc
    • Date: 1939
  • Collection
    Engravings executed for U.S. clients, 1930-39 48 prints : engraving. | Bridge, banks, cork tgree, airplanes, cattle, oil and gas wells, pipeline, sawmill, turbines, telephone, dredge, miners, packing plant, radio station, blast furnace, cotton and tobacco, electric locomotives, etc. Portraits of William H. Taft and Matthias W. Baldwin.
    • Contributor: American Bank Note Company
    • Date: 1930
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    Milwaukee, Wis. Sept., 1939 and June 1941. Residential areas 36 photographic prints. | Photographs show residential areas. Unusual gingerbread house. Incidental views downtown. Freight cars in railroad yards. Letter carriers' convention and parade, 1939. Groups of city residents.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
    • Date: 1939
  • Collection
    Constantin von Neurath in Brunn, Czechoslovakia on November 6, 1939 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 1 portfolio (8 photographic prints) ; 36 x 31 cm. | Presentation copy to Constantin von Neurath of photographs possibly taken in Brunn, Czechoslovakia on November 6, 1939. Includes officials in Nazi uniform listening to speech; von Neurath and other officials in an open car; in audience with man in academic robes; at a podium with young men in Nazi uniforms.
    • Contributor: Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Neurath, Konstantin, Freiherr Von,, Dlc
    • Date: 1939
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    [Portrait of Tommy Potter, Max Kaminsky, Benny Morton, Zutty Singleton, Adele Girard, Teddy Wilson, and Joe Marsala, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., ca. 1939] Graphic. Portrait Photographs-1930-1950.. Group Portraits-1930-1950.. Film Negatives-1930-1950.. graphic | 1 negative : b&w ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. | Reference print available in Music Division, Library of Congress. Purchase William P. Gottlieb General information about the Gottlieb Collection is available at http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/gottlieb/gottlieb-home.html Forms part of: William P. Gottlieb Collection (Library of Congress). Gottlieb Collection Assignment No. 387 (Gottlieb Assignment). Graphic (Form). Electronic...
    • Contributor: Gottlieb, William P.
  • Collection
    Series of British pictorial posters in color, 1939-1945 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 125 photomechanical prints : half-tone, col. ; 37 x 50 cm. | Posters issued by the British government to illustrate the British way of life, war activities, and military efforts during World War II. Includes partial series of posters from The Fleet Air arm, British railways at war; British Broadcasting Corporation, The British Merchant Navy at war, New British weapons, Public transportation, British honey...
    • Date: 1939
  • Collection
    Horst Wessel commemoration and memorial ceremonies, 1933-1939 14 items (13 photographic prints, 1 brochure) ; 18 x 25 cm. or smaller. | Photographs show Nazi ceremonies honoring Horst Wessel who wrote the lyrics to the Nazi Party anthem "Die Fahne hoch". Includes views of wreath laying ceremonies at different sites in Berlin, Germany including the memorial in Horst Wessel Platz, grave site at the St. Nikolai Kirche and in the room...
    • Contributor: Ewers, Hanns Heinz,. Horst Wessel, Ein Deutsches Schicksal - Rehse Archiv Für Zeitgeschichte Und Publizistik, Dlc
    • Date: 1933
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    Hairdress of 1939, patterned on the Edwardian style 1 photographic print. | Head-and-shoulders portrait of young woman wearing strapless gown, facing right.
    • Date: 1939
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    New York World's Fair, the world of tomorrow, 1939 1 print (poster) : color ; 51 x 35 cm. | 1 print : color lithograph ; sheet 51 x 35 cm (poster format) | Poster shows the trylon and the perisphere, symbols of the World's Fair, with skyscrapers, airplanes flying in formation, and search lights.
    • Contributor: Binder, Joseph
    • Date: 1939
  • Collection
    Views of the Library of Congress, 1930-1940(?) 4 v. (390 gelatin silver prints) | Photographs show aerial views of the Adams Building site, and views made during and after construction of the Adams Building, architectural details, views of the Main Reading Room, and other reading rooms, bookstacks, permanent and temporary exhibits, and photographic copies of important manuscripts. Includes views of a branch of the U.S. Government Printing Office in the Library...
    • Date: 1930
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    Crowds at water stands in early 1930s [Jerusalem] 1 negative : nitrate ; 4 x 5 in.
    • Contributor: American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Department
    • Date: 1930
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Crowds at water stands in early 1930s [Jerusalem] 1 negative : nitrate ; 4 x 5 in.
    • Contributor: American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Department
    • Date: 1930
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    Crater lake national park, Ore. 1939-1940(?). Wizard Island 1 photographic print.
    • Contributor: Grant, George Alexander
    • Date: 1939
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    Washington, D.C. July, 1939. A miscellany of street scenes 30 photographic prints. | Photographs show Washington, D.C. Miscellaneous street scenes. General views over rooftops, row houses, advertising displays, shop windows, residences, automobile parking facilities.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Myers, David (David Moffat) - Myers, David
    • Date: 1939
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    Washington, D.C. 1939. U.S. Bureau of the Census 17 photographic prints. | Photographs show Washington, D.C. U.S. Bureau of the Census. Punch card operators, various operations and groups.
    • Date: 1939
  • Collection
    German photographs of the second World War, 1939-1945 23 photomechanical prints ; visible image 32 x 24 cm. in border 42 x 40 cm. | Prints show scenes of German soldiers and leaders in battle during World War II. Includes German soldiers in action; captured British soldiers at Dunkirk; burning building in Rouen; Adolf Hitler at the front; German airplanes over Paris and Poland. Portfolio of reproductions of the work of German...
    • Contributor: Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc
    • Date: 1939
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    School children's protest parade, Norfolk, Va., Sunday, June 25, 1939 1 photographic print. | Children protesting against the school board's treatment of African American teachers, Norfolk, Virginia.
    • Date: 1939
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    British-Arab Conference in London, 1939 Feb.-March 1 photographic print. | Men seated around tables at conference in London. George Antonius, Secretary General of the Arab delegation, in right foreground.
    • Date: 1939
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    Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung 1939" 1 album (274 photographic prints) ; 36 x 26 cm. (album) | Album of reproductions of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture acquired by Adolf Hitler presumably for a proposed museum in Linz, Austria.
    • Contributor: Haus Der Deutschen Kunst (Munich, Germany) - Hitler, Adolf - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc - Hitler, Adolf,, Dlc - Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1939
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    Elmhurst flag day, June 18, 1939, Du Page County centennial 1 print on board (poster) : silkscreen, color. | Poster showing American flag.
    • Date: 1939
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    Products of the Marion Steam Shovel Company. 1939-1942(?) Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 78 photographic prints. | Photographs show "clamshells," draglines, cranes, shovels, built in a variety of sizes and capacities. Excavating, dredging, lifting, loading and unloading. Clearing land. Road dam building. Working in copper mines. Demolition of the Sixth Avenue elevated track in New York. Digging kaolin for ceramic industry.
    • Date: 1939
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    Wake County, North Carolina. July, 1939. Zollie Lyons' tobacco farm 15 photographic prints. | Photographs show Zollie Lyons' tobacco farm. Negro sharecropper's tobacco field almost ready for "priming" (harvesting.) Members of family worming tobacco plants. Repairing tobacco sleds. Screened platform in which the person sleeps who has to tend the fire for curing the tobacco. Poor crop. Zollie Lyons and part of his family sitting on steps of dog run in home. Brushbroom at...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Caswell County, North Carolina, 1939-1940. Farm Security Administration borrowers 87 photographic prints. | Photographs show Farm Security Administration borrowers. Home supervisor helping Negro girls to make clothes. Tobacco barns. Corn shocks stored for winter fodder. Prize winning livestock. Medical examination of families at home and at clinic held in county welfare office. Dairy farm. Discing, plowing and planting winter wheat. Soil erosion. Preserve closet. Homes. Sweet potatoes stored for winter. Grading and stripping...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Clewiston, Fla. Feb., 1939. U.S. Sugar Corporation fields 33 photographic prints. | Photographs show U.S. Sugar Corporation fields. Tractor driven fertilizer machine, disc gang plow and harrow. Whirling plow. Harvesting sugar cane and loading into trucks, with caterpillar treads, to be hauled from the field to the railroad cars. Hoisting cut cane into freight cars which are hauled on the corporation's own railroad. Corporation owned village and comissary.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Lakeland, Fla. Feb., 1939. Strawberry pickers in the field 34 photographic prints. | Photographs show strawberry pickers in the field. Sorting berries and putting in pint and quart size baskets. Picking oranges in an orange grove. Boxes of oranges. Grapefruit tree, with excess fruit on the ground. Benches in the city park which is the general town meeting place. Pitching horseshoes, playing cards and checkers.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Plant City, Fla. March, 1939. Strawberry festival and carnival 21 photographic prints. | Photographs show strawberry festival and carnival. Side show attractions. Ferris wheel and hoop-la. Crowds standing around and eating. Garish signs about the carnival features. Trailer park.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Towns in south central Florida. 1939-1941. Countryside near Winterhaven 75 photographic prints. | Photographs show countryside near Winterhaven. Sawmill at Childs. Aerial view of Belle Glade. Tractor-drawn bean planter and fertilizer and motor-driven sprayer machine used near Lake Okeechobee and Clewiston. "Juke joint" and bar in the "Glade" area. Cultivating and harvesting celery at Sarasota. Amish farm couple from Pennsylvania observing farming methods. Scenes near Frostproof, Canal Point, Venus, and Moorehaven.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Homestead, Fla. Jan., 1939. Migratory vegetable pickers harvesting tomatoes 103 photographic prints. | Photographs show migratory vegetable pickers harvesting tomatoes. Washing, selecting, sorting, grading, and wrapping tomatoes. Crates in the field. Unloading trucks at the packing and shipping house. Harvesting beans and digging potatoes. Lunch hour in the field. Pickers waiting in line to be paid. Child labor. Shacks in a slum area used as living quarters.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Coffee County, Ala. March-April, 1939. Old and new houses 139 photographic prints. | Photographs show old and new houses. Community school building. Abandoned school buildings. Classes and Work Projects Administration supervised recreation. Spring planting. Sowing peanuts. Livestock and chickens. Shelves of homemade preserves. Pressure cooker. Shelling corn. Health clinic. General store on a truck. Bags oif fertilizer stacked under a shed. Terracing land. Chamber of commerce dinner served in the schoolhouse.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Enterprise, Ala. May, 1939. Farmers in town on Saturday afternoon 22 photographic prints. | Photographs show farmers in town on Saturday afternoon. Street scenes. Farmers' exchange. Truckload of fertilizer, in bags. Buying seed and farm implements at the exchange. Crates of baby chicks. Families, in wagons, waiting to go home.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Mound Bayou, Miss. Jan., 1939. Street scenes, shacks, and buildings 20 photographic prints. | Photographs show street scenes, shacks, and buildings. Groups. Funeral home and the ambulance parked under the shed of a store which sells gin and groceries. Negroes waiting for church to open. Vegetable vendor. Outside stairway to Paradise Gardens, a religious center. Two Negroes in front of a restaurant, formerly a theatre. Headquarters of Mound Bayou Foundation.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Hammond, La. April, 1939. Strawberry auctioneers, groups of buyers 13 photographic prints. | Photographs show strawberry auctioneers, groups of buyers. Auctioneer's stand.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Herrin, Illinois. January, 1939. Mining town during the Depression 76 photographic prints. | Photographs show mining town during the Depression. Formerly the largest coal center in the state with 16 mines, currently reduced to 2. Citizens lost homes, which were demolished for scrap lumber. The resulting house shortage threw a large part of the unemployed population into shacks built of refuse abandoned farm buildings and other improvised shelter. Families on relief. Miners on...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    West Frankfort, Illinois. January, 1939. Active and abandoned coal mines 56 photographic prints. | Photographs show active and abandoned coal mines. Contrast of manual and mechanical methods of operation in cutting and loading in Old Ben Mine no. 8. Miners going on 7 a.m. shift, laying track, shoring up roof underground. Safety inspector at work. Operations at an abandoned mine, known as a "gopher hole," in which unemployed miners have opened primitive workings on...
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Minneapolis, Minnesota. September, 1939. Minneapolis-Moline tractor factory 12 photographic prints. | Photographs show Minneapolis-Moline Tractor Company. General views of plant exterior. Cranes unloading parts and loading tractors on freight cars. Railroad yard. Completed tractors. Workers during lunch hours.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
    • Date: 1939
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    Grundy County, Iowa. Oct. 1939. A one-room schoolhouse 20 photographic prints. | Photographs show a one-room schoolhouse. Pupils arriving. Classes. Ball game during recess with teacher supervising. Teacher and pupils eating lunch under the trees. Portraits. Lois Slinker, teacher at blackboard.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Des Moines, Iowa. Sept., 1939. Iowa State Fair 14 photographic prints. | Photographs show Iowa State Fair. Audience at an old-time fiddlers' contest. Prize-winning livestock. Judging Shropshire sheep and Poland China boars. Mechanical corn picker. Hybrid corn. Tent city and automobile parking space. Auto race.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Rural areas in Vermont. October, 1939. Small towns and farms 34 photographic prints. | Photographs show small towns and farms. Residential section. Boys raking leaves. Hotel, farmers' wagons in town. Stone quarry. Grading, sacking, weighing potatoes in the Orange County farmers' cooperative. Scenes along U.S. Highway 4 and 7. Farms, cemetery, church, railroad crossing, signs fruit vendors.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    New York, N.Y. 1939-1941. Manhattan day and night 43 photographic prints. | Photographs show Manhattan day and night. Views of Midtown from Rockefeller Center and other vantage points. Skyscraper office buildings, hotels, theatres. Skylines along Central Park, East River, Battery Park, and "El." Night scene on West 125th Street with neon lights outlining Palisades Park across the river. George Washington Bridge from New York side.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Wolcott, Marion Post
    • Date: 1939
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    Rosebud and Custer Counties, Montana. June 1939. Grazing country 52 photographic prints. | Photographs show grazing country. Sheep grazing, being counted, being driven into pens, shorn, branded. Bagging wool. Stockwater Dam. Sheepherders, dog, wagon. Washing up and eating dinner. Cattle grazing near abandoned homestead. Cattle guard. Erosion. Tractor harvesting alfalfa.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Muskogee County, Oklahoma. June, 1939. Landscape of farm country 42 photographic prints. | Photographs show landscape of farm country. Tenant farmers. City of Muskogee. Man loafing on street. Automobile salvage yard. Rooming house, workmen eating noonday meal in boarding house. Abandoned brick kilns. Second hand, swap, and grocery stores. Express depot, railroad yards. Houses in better residential section. Kid's cold pop stand.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. July, 1939. Street car terminal, tracks, cars 44 photographic prints. | Photographs show street car terminal, tracks, cars. Buying tickets, entering turnstile. Passengers waiting, making purchases at tobacco and news stands. Postman with load of mail. Negro and white restrooms. Signs. Interurban time table. Streetcar operators, station master, oilers, dispatchers, electrician.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. Public school, grammar school building 37 photographic prints. | Photographs show public school, grammar school building. Reading, arithmetic, music classes. Practising for play, puppet show. Kindergarten children. Playing out of doors during recess. Cloak room. Teachers, superintendents. Parent-Teachers meeting. High school building. Type-writing, math, domestic science, vocational agriculture classes, study hour. Library. Assembly, Junior play. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. Church buildings and Baptist services 16 photographic prints. | Photographs show church buildings and Baptist services. Exteriors. Interiors showing stained glass windows. Primary, children and adults. Sunday school classes. Choir. Minister conducting Sunday morning service. Giving baptismal instruction. Congregation. Church officer writing up attendance reports.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Augustine, Texas. 1939. Bank corner, traffic, pedestrians. 9 photographic prints. | Photographs show bank corner, traffic, pedestrians. President's and cashier's offices. Conduct of business. Oil painting of Sam Houston.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Waco, Texas. 1939. Small town market square and activities 62 photographic prints. | Photographs show small town market square and activities. Cotton storage warehouse. Garage, cafe. Farmers' supply, tire, grocery, and second hand stores. Fruit and vegetable stands. Installment buying "come ons." Mexican, Negro and white farmers in town. Boot blacks and street vendors. Hitchhikers on road. Outdoor advertising. Tourist courts. Plastering and painting house. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
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    Brownwood, Texas. November, 1939. The cooperative poultry processing plant 51 photographic prints. | Photographs show the cooperative poultry processing plant. Farmers unloading chickens and turkeys. Weighing. Turkeys in pens. Feeding. Killing and scalding. Picking, cleaning, inspecting. Sewing up dressed birds. Grading. Turkey packing room at cold storage plant. Men, women, and children, some Mexicans, employed in plant. Removing sacks of turkey feathers.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Ralls, Texas. May, 1939. Forty-nine hundred acre mechanized farm 54 photographic prints. | Photographs show forty-nine hundred acre mechanized farm. Tractor farming. Four row planter. Adjusting and changing plow points. Refuelling, repairing. Changing tires. Feed barn, windmill, watering trough, hog pen. Owner's and day laborers' homes.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Alpine, Texas. May, 1939. Saddle shop and ranch supply store 33 photographic prints. | Photographs show saddle shop and ranch supply store. Repairing saddles, boots. Displays of gloves, leather goods, horse collars, and blankets, curry combs and brushes. Chaps, halters, stirrups, ropes, chains.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. November, 1939. M (trade name) Bakery 38 photographic prints. | Photographs show M (trade name) Bakery. Making loaf bread, rolls, pies. Loaf and roll machines, slicer. Conveyor and reel type ovens. Mixing machine. Movable rising vats. Removing fruit cakes from pans. Loading bakery trucks in early morning with bread and sweets.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. November, 1939. Stockyards and auction 45 photographic prints. | Photographs show stockyards and auction. Bringing in cattle, unloading, checking in, prospective buyers looking over animals, cowhands putting on identification stickers, control men, auctioneer, spectators, peanut vendor. Buyers paying bills. Women preparing food in nearby eating house. Men eating. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Angelo, Texas. 1939-1940. San Angelo fat stock show 102 photographic prints. | Photographs show San Angelo fat stock show. Aerial views of grounds, building, people. Parade opening show. School band, comics, cowgirls, souvenir vendor. Trucks, cars for equipment and animals. Cattlemen tending stock, grooming, cleaning barns, loafing, sleeping, eating. 4-H Club boys, auctioneer, family groups. Street scenes, hotel. Dance. Piano player, beauty queen. Drinking, dancing, visiting. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Tom Greene County, Texas. November, 1939. Truck farming, irrigation machinery 19 photographic prints. | Photographs show truck farming, irrigation machinery. Fields of lettuce, spinach. Frame gardens for year round crops. Storing beans in frame. Home of small truck farmer. Grubbing out uncleared land. Prickly pears, mesquite.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    El Dorado, Texas. November, 1939. Palomino horse auction 19 photographic prints. | Photographs show Palomino horse auction. Horses being examined in auction ring. Owner, clerk, spectators, auctioneer speaking over public address system. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Fruit and vegetable market 44 photographic prints. | Photographs show fruit and vegetable market. Unloading trucks, lining up, arranging displays. Moving vegetables and fruit into wholesale house. Mexican peddlers weighing, selling produce in commission house. Carrots, onions, citrus fruit, beets, bananas, string beans, eggplant, chili peppers, chickens, honey, flowers. Peddlers asleep in trucks, waiting for customers. Housewives making purchases.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    San Antonio, Texas. March, 1939. Housing conditions in Mexican quarter 71 photographic prints. | Photographs show housing conditions in Mexican quarter. Ramshackle, unsanitary dwellings, constructed from canvas, wood scraps, branches, crates, old automobile parts, linoleum. Community wells, hydrants, sinks. "Bought" water being delivered in barrels. Corral (community yard), underground storage cellar, privies. Garden. Squatters on relief. Children playing in rubbish and debris.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Sinton, Texas. 1939-1942. FSA camp under construction, after completion 89 photographic prints. | Photographs show FSA camp under construction, after completion. Workmen. Exterior and interior of row shelters and multi-family units for permanent agricultural workers. Sanitary, laundry, medical, isolation units. Community building, community store, nursery school, playground. Water tower. Council meeting with camp manager. Portraits of residents. Aerial views.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    La Pryor, Texas. March, 1939. Harvesting and shipping spinach 51 photographic prints. | Photographs show harvesting and shipping spinach. Mexican men, women, and families cutting, packing, inspecting, weighing spinach in fields. Labor contract bosses supervising operations. Icing and loading into refrigerator cars to be shipped north. Irrigation. Workers being transported to and from fields.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Farm Security Administration rehabilitation program in Texas. February, 1939 22 photographic prints. | Photographs show farm improvements of rehabilitated FSA clients. Old and new homes and other farm buildings. Garage, privy, chicken house. Discing. Families and children. Home canned food.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Mercedes, Texas. February, 1939. Migrant family encamped in clearing 11 photographic prints. | Photographs show migrant family encamped in clearing. Old automobile. Worn tent supported with wood and cardboard. Dirt floor. Trunk. Iron bedstead, bureau, old stove. Chicken coop constructed of gunny sacks and cardboard. Man reading newspaper, cleaning fish, resting. Wife making biscuits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    El Porvenir, New Mexico. July, 1939. Boys' private summer camp 9 photographic prints. | Photographs show boys' private summer camp. A pay camp for children of families of means. Fireside meeting. Women guests from nearby lodge listening to boys singing. Boys with director and faculty. Eating. Views of interior of main building. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico. May, 1939. Tourist visiting caverns 5 photographic prints. | Photographs show tourist visiting caverns. Waiting to go in, entering.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Taos County, New Mexico. 1939-1940. Spanish-American farm communities 138 photographic prints. | Photographs show Spanish-American farm communities. Views of Rio Hondo and Mora River valleys. Threshing wheat, strip farming. Adobe bricks drying. Farmsteads. Homemade objects, handiwork, family pictures. Making tortillas. Making bread in outdoor ovens, making soap. Farm animals. FSA client and home canned food. Catholic church and cemeteries. Small town main street, country store, filling station on highway.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Ola self-help cooperative sawmill, Gem County, Idaho. October, 1939 53 photographic prints. | Photographs show surrounding land and roads. Working fields, tractors. Portraits of members of the cooperative. Logging, loading logs, sawmill, started with an FSA loan, under construction. At work in sawmill. Local school, 11 pupils. Homes. Getting morning mail.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Water well and irrigation operations in Kansas. Aug.-Sept., 1939 20 photographic prints. | Photographs show making a well near Garden City: details. Cooperative well near Cimarron, made possible by FSA loan. Men who have a cooperative irrigation well near Syracuse working on ditches to divert water into fields. Irrigated sugar beet field. Tenant farmer on irrigated land in his cornfield.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration
    • Date: 1939
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    Boundary County, Idaho. Oct. 1939 and Sept. 1941 58 photographic prints. | Photographs show stump land farming. Small lumber mills. Scenes around Bonner's Ferry. Interiors of farm homes. Farm buildings. Hauling water; improvised tank wagon. Clearing stump land by burning and with horses. Settler's shacks. Landscapes; abandoned church. Grain fields and fertile valley. Onruf family. Mennonite farmers from Kansas.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - Lange, Dorothea
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Farm Security Administration rehabilitation program in Colorado. 1939-1940 129 photographic prints. | Photographs show farm families with their livestock and crops. County supervisor; making farm plans. Bosley reorganization unit. Irrigation; dry land farming, horses, haying, harvesting apples, canning, feeding turkeys. Seed corn, hybrid corn, certified seed, melons, lettuce, cauliflower. Cattle, horses, hogs, bees. Feed grinder; transporting crops to market. Drilling and harvesting wheat. Portraits.
    • Contributor: Lee, Russell - United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    San Luis Valley farms near Alamosa, Colo. October, 1939 28 photographic prints. | Photographs show homesteaders and FSA rehabilitation program clients. Vegetable gardens, preserving. Harvesting and threshing grain. Cattle, hogs, homes, community building, exteriors. Children in school and on playground.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939
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    Western Slope farms near Delta, Colo. October, 1939 37 photographic prints. | Photographs show Thomas W. Beede, an FSA resettlement program borrower, and his family, on their farm. At home, children, fields, onions, harvesting grain, chickens, horses, prize-winning animals. Portraits. Community building exterior. 4-H Club groups. Other FSA resettlement program borrowers' farms.
    • Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Rothstein, Arthur
    • Date: 1939