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Posted in 1930s, Christopher DeNoon, donations, FDR, Great Depression, library donors, New Deal, New Deal (1933-1939), New Deal era, photography, political art, Wolfsonian, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library collection, Wolfsonian museum library, Wolfsonian staff, Wolfsonian-FIU library Tags: Archibald MacLeish’s Land of the Free (1938), Art Deco illustrators, Arthur Rothstein (1915-1985), child labor, Christopher DeNoon, Clara Helena Palacio Luca, Council of Women for Home Missions and Missionary Education Movement, documentary photography, Dorothea Lange (1895-1965), Ernest Fiene, Farm Secuirty Administration (FSA), Francis Xavier Luca, FSA photographers, graphic statistics, Great Depression, John Vassos (1898-1985), Jon Mogul, Mitchell Wolfson Jr., mural studies, New Deal America, newspaper boys, pictographic statistics, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), Rudolf Modley, Russell Lee (1903-1986), shoe-shine boys, Sweat shops, The Christopher DeNoon Collection for the Study of New Deal Culture, World Day Against Child Labour
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