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documentary photographs


Farm Security Administration

programs, but instead produced what some consider one of the greatest collections of documentary photographs (documentary photography) ever created in the U.S. Whether this effort can be called "


Providence, Rhode Island

in a 1967 show called "New Documents" which was curated by John Szarkowski and which also featured the work of Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander. Some of her artistic work was done on assignment. Although she continued to photograph on assignment (e.g., in 1968 she shot documentary photographs of poor sharecroppers (Sharecropping) in rural South Carolina for ''Esquire'' magazine "The Other


United States

cooling water for a coal-burning electric power plant. thumb right George Edward Anderson's photo of the Smith Family Farm (File:Joseph Smith family farm in Manchester.jpg) in Manchester, New York '''George Edward Anderson''' (October 28, 1860 – May 9, 1928) was an early American (United States) photographer known for his portraiture and documentary photographs of early Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) temples


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