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User Image 99monsters Posted: Nov 6, 2017 8:40 PM (UTC)
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Still not over it. Wanna go back. Italy I miss you. Forget reality. Bye problems! 😪 #americandepression #italy #amalficoast #amalfi #airbandb #salvatore #peppers #thisisallipostnow
User Image powellr1 Posted: Jun 2, 2017 9:31 AM (UTC)
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you took the words right outta my mouth. #americandepression
User Image karen_fitzsimon Posted: Feb 23, 2017 8:41 AM (UTC)
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User Image pairs4life Posted: Nov 19, 2016 7:27 PM (UTC)
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Because Facebook says today is the neighbor's birthday. @testkitchen 's Simple Chocolate Snack Cake. #vegan #plantstrong #americandepression #wackycake #hbd🎂
User Image bernard.oglesby Posted: May 28, 2016 4:34 PM (UTC)
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The American Depression
The black hole is the handiwork of Roy Stryker, the director of the FSA’s documentary photography program. He was responsible for hiring photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein and Gordon Parks and dispatching them across the country to document the struggles of the rural poor.
Stryker was a highly educated economist and provided his photographers with extensive research and information to prepare them for each assignment. He was determined to get the best work possible out of his employees — which also made him a bit of a tyrannical editor.
When the photographers returned with their negatives, Stryker or his assistants would edit them ruthlessly. If a photo was not to his liking, he would not simply set it aside — he would puncture the negative with a hole puncher, “killing” it.#americandepression #americanhistory #thegreatdepression
User Image bernard.oglesby Posted: May 28, 2016 4:30 PM (UTC)
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The American Depression
The black hole is the handiwork of Roy Stryker, the director of the FSA’s documentary photography program. He was responsible for hiring photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein and Gordon Parks and dispatching them across the country to document the struggles of the rural poor.
Stryker was a highly educated economist and provided his photographers with extensive research and information to prepare them for each assignment. He was determined to get the best work possible out of his employees — which also made him a bit of a tyrannical editor.
When the photographers returned with their negatives, Stryker or his assistants would edit them ruthlessly. If a photo was not to his liking, he would not simply set it aside — he would puncture the negative with a hole puncher, “killing” it. #americanhistory #thegreatdepression #americandepression

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