11. Dorothea Lange Photographs

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    Photographer Dorothea Lange took photographs in and around Chandler when she worked on projects for both the Farm Security Administration and Bureau of Agricultural Economics.  Her iconic photos symbolize the impact of the Great Depression on Americans. 

    Daughter of Mexican field laborer. Near Chandler, Arizona.jpg

    This photograph of the daughter of a migrant Mexican laborer was taken near Chandler in May of 1937 and is one of her best known photographs.  Photo courtesy of Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, LC-USF34-016792-C.

    View Lange's photos here


    Other photos in and around Chandler taken by Dorothea Lange:

    Shocking the Sugar Beet Seed

    Interior View of a Kitchen

    Housing for Mexican field Laborers

    Drought refugee families are now mingling with and supplanting Mexican field laborers


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