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Recent Press (July 9-15)

Jack Delano



“April 1943: Iowa Railroad Women, The Workers Who Mobilized the American War Effort”



Lewis Hine


Standford Daily

“Cantor exhibit ‘Soulmaker’ is a Haunting Remembrance of the Things Past”



Dorothea Lange



“Revisiting Dorothea Lange’s ‘Migrant Mother’: The Great Depression’s Most Famous Photograph”



Gordon Parks and Margaret Bourke-White



“Gordon Parks, Alfred Eisenstaedt and Other Life Photographers Featured at Spring Studios Show”



Paul Strand



“1917: Paul Strand’s  New York Portraits –Stolen Glimpses of Urban Anxieties”





Lewis Hine in Oysters: Past, Present and Future at the Coastal Discovery Museum, Hilton Head Island, through September 8.

Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, May 21 – October 24.

Berenice Abbott in A Feast for the Eyes at Nassau County Museum, July 3 – November 6.






“Striking Decades Old Images from the First of 1200 Found Film Rolls Capture an Intimate Side of US History”