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This photograph is one commissioned by the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and serves as an emotional reminder of the hardships faced by many during the Great Depression. In this shot, Lange captures a young girl alone in a bedroom, and the title implies that she has been separated from her previous setting or family. Many of Lange’s photos include people and capture the emotion in their body language and faces in order to convey strong emotions through the camera. With her head resting in her hands and her body turned away from the camera, the viewer feels as though they are witnessing a vulnerable moment in which the child perhaps laments her own situation.

SKU: 11920
Creator: Dorothea Lange
Date: 1935
Location: Library of Congress

Resettled Farm Child from Taos Junction to Bosque Farms project. New Mexico

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Resettled Farm Child from Taos Junction to Bosque Farms project. New Mexico
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This photograph is one commissioned by the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and serves as an emotional reminder of the hardships faced by many during the Great Depression. In this shot, Lange captures a young girl alone in a bedroom, and the title implies that she has been separated from her previous setting or family. Many of Lange’s photos include people and capture the emotion in their body language and faces in order to convey strong emotions through the camera. With her head resting in her hands and her body turned away from the camera, the viewer feels as though they are witnessing a vulnerable moment in which the child perhaps laments her own situation.

SKU: 11920
Creator: Dorothea Lange
Date: 1935
Location: Library of Congress

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