RM2JG78N9–Sioux and Arrapahoe Indian Delegations, between 1865 and 1880. L to R, seated: Red Cloud, Big Road, Yellow Bear, Young Man Afraid of his Horses, Iron Crow. L to R, standing: Little Bigman, Little Wound, Three Bears, He Dog.
RM2JG7FNM–Cherry orchards and irrigation ditch, Emmett, Idaho.
RM2J89RMY–Bean pickers tent, one of fourteen in a group on grower's property, adjoining the bean field. Near West Stayton Marion County, Oregon.
RM2J89KJ0–Haverstraw, New York. Interracial activities at Camp Christmas Seals, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. The end of a swimming period.
RM2J89RGP–[Untitled, possibly related to: Bean pickers' children came from Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, California, Missouri. Oregon, Marion County, near West Stayton.
RM2J89KTK–Southfields, New York. Interracial activities at Camp Nathan Hale, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. Fishing is one of the popular activities.
RM2J89K6X–Pond monkey steers log raft in mill pond. Keno, Klamath County, Oregon.
RM2J89YMB–Chair, c. 1937.
RM2J89HX8–Mr. Roberts in front of his Owyhee project home. Malheur County, Oregon.
RM2J8982T–Figure, from Seconde livre de figures d’Academies gravées en Partie par les Professeurs de l’ Académie Royale, published 1745.
RM2J8A08X–Wallpaper Border, 1935/1942.
RM2J89DP9–Washington, Yakima. Homes are built bit by bit with whatever materials are available. Many drought refugees settle in Sumac Park, one of several large shacktowns around Yakima.
RM2J89K84–Outskirts of Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon. Potato workers camp, no tents, waiting for farm family labor camp (FSA - Farm Security Administration) to open.
RM2J89H52–[Untitled, possibly related to: Along county road, Person County, North Carolina. Close-up on roadside showing natural coverage, including wild morning glory flowers].
RM2J89DJW–Hired man helps the farmers' oldest boy on the Myers farm. Washington, near Outlook, Yakima County.
RM2J89K4A–Klamath Basin rancher. Came from Arkansas sixty-four years ago. Won't raise potatoes. "Potatoes and pool rooms ruined this country". Klamath County, Oregon.
RM2J8A0DM–Clothes Pins, c. 1938.
RM2J89E3T–Oregon, Marion County, near West Stayton. Bean pickers barber each other.
RM2J89KJ8–Arden, New York. Interracial activities at Camp Gaylord White, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. Campers singing the "Ballad for Americans".
RM2J89XMY–Polyhymnia, from the series 'Twelve Muses and Goddesses', ca. 1540-45.
RM2J89M7E–On board the Alden out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Men lashing the seining boat to the side of the big ship, while another pumps all the water from the boat floor. This finished, they were ready to start for home with a catch of 70,000 pounds of mackerel.
RM2J89AJ3–Suetsumuhana: Mukan-no-tayu Atsumori, from the series "Japanese and Chinese Comparisons for the Chapters of Genji (Wakan nazorae Genji)", 1855.
RM2J89YFA–Jug, c. 1936.
RM2J89H8T–Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp for migratory agricultural workers. Farmersville, California. Meeting of the camp council.
RM2J899ER–The Actor Bando Hikosaburo II as Ono no Yorikaze in the play "Ono no Tofu Aoyagi Suzuri," performed at the Morita Theater in the eighth month, 1764, 1764.
RM2J89HC5–Between Tulare and Fresno, California on US 99. Winery belonging to Muscat Cooperative Winery Association.
RM2J89H4R–Tobacco barn without front shelter. The footpath across the field leads to the main house. Person County, North Carolina.
RM2J89DDM–A grandmother washing clothes in California. In a contractor's camp near Westley, California.
RM2J89830–Der Kramer (The Peddler) from De omnibus illiberalibus sive mechanicis artibus by Hartmann Schopper, plate 50 from Woodcuts from Books of the XVI Century, 1574, assembled into portfolio 1937.
RM2J89YPD–Ladder Back Chair, c. 1937.
RM2J89DHY–Mrs. Bouchey gets the morning mail. Wife of tenant purchase client. Washington, Yakima Valley, near Toppenish.
RM2J89YHJ–Crock, c. 1936.
RM2J89Y04–The Card Players, 1822.
RM2J89H8G–Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp for migratory agricultural workers. Farmersville, California. Meeting of the camp council.
RM2J89DHX–Champion hop picker in squatter camp before the season opens. Earned five dollars a day in the 1938 season. Age twenty three, been on the road seven years. Married. "I think I did pretty well, only have one baby. Want to get out of this living like a dog." Washington, Yakima Valley.
RM2J89H5K–[Untitled, possibly related to: Services are over. Wheeley's Church, Gordonton, Person County, North Carolina].
RM2J89T2C–Washington, D.C. Worshipper before the altar of the St. Martin's Spiritual Church.
RM2J89HNK–Detail of old railroad station. Small farming town, population 108. Irrigon, Oregon.
RM2J89PJ4–Atwood, Hon. Anson of New York, between 1865 and 1880.
RM2J89DRH–Washington, Yakima Valley. Drought refugee, aged sixty three, from Bismark, North Dakota. "Came to Washington three years ago in that Chevy coupe you see over there and twenty-five dollars cash. Had 480 acres back there. I dried out after thirty years, lost it, and walked out." With help of Work Projects Administration (WPA) and supplementary work on ranches is buying three quarters of an acre in shacktown near Yakima, has it nearly paid for, has good garden. "On my own place I can't starve.".
RM2J8A09D–Wall Paper, c. 1937.
RM2J89HAY–Tulare County. Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp for migrant agricultural workers. Nursery school, showing migrant children playing. California.
RM2J89HCA–Between Tulare and Fresno. Migrants on the road. California.
RM2J89RYB–[Untitled, possibly related to: The Unruf family, stump pile, and their partly developed farm. Boundary County, Idaho].
RM2J89E38–Western Washington, Lewis County, near Vader. Stumps on Nieman farm where bulldozer is working.
RM2J8A02J–Cherry Chest of Drawers, c. 1941.
RM2J8A0EM–Rockingham Pitcher, c. 1939.
RM2J89PJB–Warner, Hon. Levi of Connecticut, between 1865 and 1880.
RM2J89H95–Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp for migratory agricultural workers. Meeting of the camp council. Farmersville, California.
RM2J89D63–Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Army contributes first to the tambourine (two dollars), outside contribution about seventy-five cents, all from drunks and the like.
RM2J89T3N–Washington, D.C. Religious objects and an improved altar in the bedroom of Mrs. Watson, a government charwoman.
RM2J89KRR–Southfields, New York. Interracial activities at Camp Nathan Hale, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. Mr. Lewis Traver, the director, giving instruction to one of the campers.
RM2J89KBD–Washington, D.C. Preparing the ground for the construction of emergency buildings on Independence Avenue.
RM2J89DYC–[Untitled, possibly related to: Oregon, Marion County, near West Stayton. Weighing beans at scales on edge of field. Rate: one dollar per 100 pounds].
RM2J89E7H–Hop picker, once Nebraska farm owner. Near Independence, Polk County, Oregon.
RM2J89X4A–His Excellency Nathaniel Green, Esq., Major General of the American Army, 1781.
RM2J89P97–Josiah Williams Begole of Michigan, 1865-1880. Begole, Hon. J.W. Rep of Mich., between 1865 and 1880. [Anti-slavery politician, businessman, banker: early activist for women's suffrage; vice president of the Michigan Equal Suffrage Association, (first statewide suffrage organisation); Chairman of the Committee on the Institute for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind; involved in Begole Fox & Co, a lumber business; founded Flint Wagon Works].
RM2J8A045–Patchwork Quilt, 1935/1942.
RM2J89T0E–Washington, D.C. Adopted daughter of Mrs. Ella Watson, a government charwoman.
RM2J89DFH–[Untitled, possibly related to: Kytta family, Farm Security Administration (FSA) borrowers on non-commercial experiment, build a well. Michigan Hill, Thurston County, western Washington. See general caption number 36].
RM2J8A095–Girl's Dress, c. 1937.
RM2J89YGN–Crock, c. 1937.
RM2J89EA4–[Untitled, possibly related to: Independence (vicinity), Polk County, Oregon. Wife of an ex-logger, now a migratory field worker, resting in the shade of the hop vine at noon. ].
RM2J89XJY–Frontispiece for the Society of Etchers, 1863.
RM2J89XMM–Terpsichore, from the series 'Twelve Muses and Goddesses', ca. 1542-45.
RM2J89GAK–Ten year old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a "hand's work" at tobacco harvest time. Granville County, North Carolina.
RM2J898GA–Autumn Moon over Sumida River (Sumida aki zuki), from the series "Eight Views of the Sumida River (Sumidagawa hakkei)", Japan, early 1760s.
RM2J89M0K–[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. Student choir singing on the campus].
RM2J8A02K–A Money Saver Coin Bank, 1935/1942.
RM2J8A0G9–Woman's Coat, c. 1937.
RM2J8A09G–Epaulette Box, c. 1936.
RM2J89WWJ–Arcus in Provincia (Views of Ancient Roman Temples and Arches), 1535-40.
RM2J89DR9–Washington, Yakima Valley, west of Toppenish. On tenant purchase program (Farm Security Administration) client E. Houston. Irrigated pasture, cows, barn on Houston farm. A younger couple were tenant farmers for seven years, now have their own farm, eighty acres, price seven thousand five hundred and forty four dollars.
RM2J89XF7–Oriental Arms, 1875.
RM2J89Y64–Carved Eagle, c. 1942.
RM2J899PC–The Courtesan on PaThe Courtesan Toji of the Ogiya with Her Attendants Satoji and Uraji, from the series "Models for Fashion: New Designs as Fresh as Young Leaves (Hinagata wakana no hatsu moyo)",rade in the Yoshiwara Accompanied by her Kamuro and by the oiran Satoji and Uraji, 1784.
RM2J8A0DW–Jewel Box, 1935/1942.
RM2J89RPB–The Daugherty [or Dougherty] home. Note siphon which brings irrigation water from the opposite bench. Warm Springs district, Malheur County, Oregon.
RM2J89HCR–Tulare County. Mineral King Farm Cooperative Association. New barn under construction. California.
RM2J89X84–XIIeme Vue d'Italie. Le Bas, 18th century.
RM2J898WM–Landscape in the Style of Ancient Masters: after Gao Shangshu, following Dong Yuan (active 937-975) and Ju Ran, and later in the style of Mi Fu (1051 -1107), China, Ming dynasty (1368-1644), 1642.
RM2J89RFT–[Untitled, possibly related to: Migratory child in camp at end of day. Bean pickers' camp near West Stayton, Oregon.
RM2J89R44–J.E. Kenna, of West Virginia, 1870-1880. J.E. Kenna, M.C. [Member of Congress?] W.VA., between 1870 and 1880. In Confederate Army in 1864, wounded - 1864, surrendered at Shreveport, La.
RM2J89YKC–Drinking Fountain, c. 1940.
RM2J8998J–The Actors Ichimura Kamezo I as Sengokuya Ihei and Sanogawa Ichimatsu I as his wife Omatsu in the play "Kashiwa ga Toge Kichirei no Sumo," performed at Ichimura Theater in the eleventh month, 1755, 1755.
RM2J89RA4–Ordway, General Albert. Grave at Arlington Cemetery, between 1890 and 1910.
RM2J899P0–The First Calligraphy of the New Year (Kissho hajime), from the illustrated book "Colors of the Triple Dawn (Saishiki mitsu no asa)", c. 1787.
RM2J89YC8–Dress, c. 1936.
RM2J89RN9–One of the younger Cleaver boys on new farm in Malheur County, Oregon.
RM2J89GT3–Fayetteville Street in Siler City, North Carolina. [Office of J.C. Gregson, shop selling Philco Radios, the Hadley Hotel, Teague's Coffee Shop].
RM2J89HP5–On U.S. 99 as it continues through Oregon. Lane County, Williamette Valley, Oregon. ['Iced Drinks - Sandwiches and Coffee'].
RM2J89D3J–Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Men come out of adjacent bar to watch, and return to the bar. (San Francisco is said to drink more whiskey per capita than any other city in the United States). [Signs: 'No Parking - One Way Street'].
RM2J8982H–Chryses Imploring the Help of Apollo, from Iliad, Book I, 1765/66.
RM2J89P8M–Charles M.C. O'Neill of Pennsylvania, 1865-1880. O'Neill, Hon. Rep. (Charles) M.C. [Member of Congress?] from PA, between 1865 and 1880. [Lawyer and politician].
RM2J8989X–May: Shoki the Demon Queller Riding on a Tiger, Subjugating Goblins, from the series "Of the Twelve Months: the Fifth (Junikagetsu no uchi: gogatsu)", Japan, 1887.
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