Unmarked recto; inscribed verso, upper left-right, in graphite: "Migrant agricultural workers camping out in / cane brush. One of the women said, "We ain't / never lived like hogs before, but we sure / does now. near Homestead, Flo. 1939"; verso, upper center, in graphite: "Archivally processed / Selenium toned"; verso, center, in graphite: "51185 E"; verso, lower right, in graphite: "Marion Post Wolcott"
27.2 × 25.3 cm (image); 35.4 × 27.7 cm (paper)
Gift of Michael D. Wolcott
Extended information about this artwork
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, “After the Crash: Picturing the United States 1930-1943,” October 21, 2000–January 28, 2001. (Mark Pascal and Kristin Nagel Merrill)(Gallery 1)
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