Unmarked recto; inscribed verso, upper left-right, in graphite: "Union men waiting for the strike breakers (scabs) to come out of / the copper mines. Ducktown, Tenn. 1939"; verso, upper center, in graphite: "Archivally printed / Selenium toned"; verso, center, in graphite: "52142-D"; verso, lower right, in graphite: "Marion Post Wolcott"
22.4 × 30.5 cm (image); 27.7 × 35.4 cm (paper)
Gift of Michael D. Wolcott
Extended information about this artwork
Art Institute of Chicago, “Bystander: A History of Street Photography,” December 10, 1994-April 16, 1995; traveled to the San Jose Museum of Art, January 16-April 4, 1999 (Chicago only). (Colin Westerbeck)
Atlanta, Georgia, High Museum of Folk Art and Photography, “Picturing the South, 1860–1996,” May 16–October 11, 1996.
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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