John Vachon’s Chicago in candid photos, 1941

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In the hardships caused by the Great Depression, the American government created the Farm Security Administration to help impoverished farmers get on their feet. One of the FSA’s most notable efforts was its small team of documentary photographers, who traveled the country recording the living conditions of Americans. John Vachon’s first job at the Farm […]

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