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The FSA Collection


Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Russell Lee, Arthur Rothstein, Marion Post Wolcott. Just several names amongst many legendary photographers hired by Roy Stryker of the Farm Security Administration (and later the Office of War Information) agency, documenting American life between 1935 until its dissolution in 1944. Initially documenting Roosevelt's New Deal cash loans, the now epoch-defining collection of photographs from the era captured America's soul throughout the Great Depression and into World War II. Over a 100,000 photographs were taken during this small period, documenting thousands, if not tens of thousands instances of American life, made publicly available by the efforts of the archivists at the Library of Congress.