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Omo California Lange recalled she saw and approached a hungry and desperate mother as if drawn by a magnet The woman s name was Frances Owens Thompson and the result of their encounter was five exposures including Migrant Mother which would become an iconic piece of documentary photography.
Summary Dorothea Lange: Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California (MoMA One on One Series)
The United States was in the midst of the Depression when photographer Dorothea Lange a portrait studio owner began documenting the country s rampant poverty Her depictions of unemployed men wandering the streets of San Francisco gained the attention of one of President Franklin D Roosevel.
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T s New Deal agencies the Resettlement Administration later the Farm Security Administration and she started photographing the rural poor under its auspices Her images triggered a pivotal public recognition of the lives of sharecroppers displaced families and migrant workers One day in Nip.