Migrant Agricultural workers camping out in cane bush near Homestead, Fla. One of the women said, "we ain't never lived like hogs before, but we sure does now."

A work made of gelatin silver print.

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  • A work made of gelatin silver print.

Date:

1939

Artist:

Marion Post Wolcott
American, 1910–1990

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Artist

Marion Post Wolcott

Title

Migrant Agricultural workers camping out in cane bush near Homestead, Fla. One of the women said, "we ain't never lived like hogs before, but we sure does now."

Origin

United States

Date

1939

Medium

Gelatin silver print

Inscriptions

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"

Dimensions

27.2 × 25.3 cm (image); 35.4 × 27.7 cm (paper)

Credit Line

Gift of Michael D. Wolcott

Reference Number

1988.505.10

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