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 Lange , Dorothea -- The Oakland Museum of California presents an archive of notes about her life and three of her photographs.
 Lange, Dorothea -- Article about her photography of the forced removal of Japanese to Internment camps in San Francisco in early 1942.
 Lange, Dorothea -- From immigrant farm workers to Japanese internment camps, Lange's lens captured the soul of America.
 Lange, Dorothea -- Photographer D.M. Bernstein describes the social meaning and aesthetic power of Dorothea Lange's 'White Angel Breadline.'
 Lange, Dorothea -- From the Masters of Photography site, photos, articles and resources.
 Lange, Dorothea -- Biographical information and four of her images, including 'Migrant Mother'.
 Lange, Dorothea -- Site features her quotes, e.g. 'one should really use the camera as though tomorrow you'd be stricken blind.'
 Lange, Dorothea -- Early American black and white photographs.
 Lange, Dorothea -- 'Women Come to the Front.' Links to full-size images.
 Lange, Dorothea -- Summary and background on Dorothea Lange's 'Migrant Mother' photographs in the Farm Security Administration Collection. Six shots that she made of the scene are shown.

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