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Dorthea Lange parker deines

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Milton Meltzer wrote a biography about Lange and it explains many of Lange's trips and so called adventures. This book talked a lot about langes photography and its effects and roles in the great depression. Many of her photographs have to do with foreign laborers who worked all day and she photographed them and there lives. There were many people who played larges roles in her life andCopies of the reports Lange and Taylor produced reached Roy Stryker, who offered Lange a job with the Resettlement Administration in August 1935.

 

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Contents

1.Her Early life

2Her.Career

3.Time Of Her Death

4.The legacy

 

Early life

 

Born as the second generation of German immigrants she born to America in May 26,1895 in hoboken New jersey. She lived there for a long time  while this time her father had left her at age 12 and this was very Traumatic for her at this time and age. The other tramatic incedent in her life at an early age was her contraction of polio which torelarge whole in her life.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8hFg2NpItw&feature=player_detailpage                                                          

 

Her career

 

Lange was an educated photographer earning her degree in new york city and working for man famed photographer companies. Later on She decided to move to San Francisco and settled down with a painter named Maynard Dixion and had 2 sons.The first sons name is was Daniel Rhoades  Dixon and he was born in 1925 and, the second son was John Eaglesfeather Dixon. From 1935 to 1939, Dorthea Lange worked for the the RA and FSA which helpped the poor and forgotten with the plauges they had contracted. She also was schooled by a professor for the University of California. His name was Pual Schuster Taylor and he educated her in social and political matters. Together the captured images of poverty and sharecroppes who used migrant wokers. Taylor would gather conomic data while Lange would snap photos of pople.

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Time Of Her Death

Sadly Dodthea Lange died of Esophageal Cancer in 1965 at age 70 with her 2nd husband Paul Taylor, two kids and stepchild and lets not forget all of the grandchildren and greatchildren. 

Her Legacy

In 1972 the Witney Museum used 27 of Langes Photos in a exibit entitled exicute ode 9066. The picture exibit was about Japenese roles in world war two. On May 28th 2008 The governor of california Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife or the first lady Maria Shriver announced Langes introduction into th hall of fame, Located at the California useum of history, Women and arts. The ceramony took place on december 10th and her son accepted her honor in her place. There also was a school in Nipomo California that was named in her honor.

 

Summary

 

Dorthea Lange was a dicated worker and was a great women everything she did was a great use to sow everyone how bad the great depression really was. She studied all of the effects o he great depression like poverty and desease. All of the photos she took are about innocent people that were punished and had died because of the lack of supplies and job availability during the war because everything and everybody was being used in the World War that needed eveything it could get. Lange was mari 2times in her life and each time those marriges were left with children. Solande had left er legacy with her family. Like the day that she was introduced into the hall of fame her son who knew about everything she had done, took the recieve it in her honor. Langewasanationaltreasure and will never be forgotten and what she did gave us a little tasteof the damage we can do to our selves if we are not careful.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorthea_Lange

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Parker said

at 9:01 am on Sep 14, 2011

Parker work hard

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