[Migrant Pea Picker's Makeshift Home, Nipomo, California]
Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965)
Gelatin silver print
18.2 x 24.5 cm (7 3/16 x 9 5/8 in. )
Purchase, Jennifer and Joseph Duke Gift, 2000
Not on view
Inscription: Stamped in black ink on print, verso C: "PLEASE CREDIT // F.S.A. // FARM SECURITY ADMINISTRATION // PHOTO BY: LANGE"; inscribed in pencil on print, verso C: "Home of // Migratory workers // in California."; inscribed in pencil on print, verso BL: "Migrants 12[circled]"; incribed in pencil on print, verso BR: "1811-C"
Farm Security Administration; Russell Lee, before 1939; Estate of Doris Lee, first wife of Russell Lee; [Howard Greenberg/Photofind Gallery, Woodstock, New York, 1984]; Estate of Berrien Thorn; [Richard Sheppard/Danbury Antiques, Suttons Bay, MI, 1999].
Taylor, Paul S. Dorothea Lange: Farm Security Administration Photographs, 1935-1939, from the Library of Congress, edited by Howard M. Levin, and Katherine Northrup. Vol. 1. 1st ed. Glencoe, Ill.: Text-Fiche Press, 1980. no. 2-8.
Original RA/FSA caption reads: February 1936. Pea picker's home. The condition of these people warrants Resettlement camps for migrant agricultural workers. Nipomo, California. [LC USF34-1811-C]
See also: Library of Congress, Washington, DC, Farm Security Administration (FSA) # 8b27080