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FSA - Farm Security Administration: Photographers 
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The FSA - Farm Security Administration[1][2] in the USA included a number of photographers who created iconic images of the Great Depression, the human costs of the Dust Bowl[3] and the legacy of poverty and lack of work.
Esther Bubley
Paul Carter
John Collier
Marjory Collins
Jack Delano
Sheldon Dick
Walker Evans
Theodor Jung
Dorothea Lange
Russell Lee
Edwin Locke
Carl Mydans
Gordon Parks
Edwin Rosskam
Arthur Rothstein
Ben Shahn
Arthur Siegel
Roy Stryker
John Vachon
Marion Post Wolcott

  1. Λ Farm, Security Administration (FSA), established by Secretary's Memorandum 732, September 1, 1937. 
  2. Λ The literature on the FSA is vast and almost all the photographers involved have monographs on their work.
    For general overviews - Pete Daniel et al., 1987, Official Images: New Deal Photography, (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution); F. Jack Hurley, 1972, Portrait of a Decade: Roy Stryker and the Development of Documentary Photography in the Thirties, (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press); Françoise Poos (ed.), Jean Back, Gabriel Bauret & Antoinette Lorang, 2012, The Bitter Years: Edward Steichen and the Farm Security Administration Photographs, (D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers); William Stott, 1986, Documentary Expression and Thirties America, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press); Roy Stryker & Nancy Wood, 1975, In This Proud Land: America 1935–1943 as Seen in FSA Photographs, (Boston: New York Graphic Society); Alan Trachtenberg & Lawrence W, Levine, 1988, Documenting America, 1935–1943, (Berkeley: University of California Press) 
  3. Λ Donald Worster, 2004, Dust Bowl: The Southern Plains in the 1930s, (Oxford University Press)
    See also Ken Burns The Dust Bowl documentary for PBS (2012). 
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