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Smithsonian Institution Press
Jack Delano's "photographic memories" include the struggles of migrant workers and the homefront contributions of ethnic and minority groups living in the shadow of the Depression. Employed as a photographer by the Historical Section of the Farm Security Administration (FSA), Delano later settled in Puerto Rico, where he has been a constant participant in the island's cultural life. This memoir includes rare photos from his FSA years, along with cartoons, personal snapshots and film stills.