Category:Migrant Mother by Dorothea Lange

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English: The "Migrant Mother" — renowned image by photographer Dorothea Lange, of Florence Owens Thompson in 1936. Photographed at "Pea-Pickers Camp" — in Nipomo, San Luis Obispo County, central California. From a Resettlement Administration documentation project, the photograph has become one of the iconic images of the Great Depression. There are two versions of this image, an original one and an slightly retouched one, attributed to Lange, where the thumb gripping around the vertical log in the bottom right is appearing as it were quite transparent. Other variants were created by various people, for example by cropping or colorizing.
Mare immigrant (ca); Mère migrante (fr); Siirtolaisäiti (fi); Migrant mother, Nipomo, California (en); الأُمُّ المُهاجرة (ar); אם נודדת (he); Migrant Mother (sv) fotografia de Dorothea Lange (ca); célèbre photo de Dorothea Lange (fr); Dorothea Langen valokuva (fi); photograph by Dorothea Lange (en); fotografi av Dorothea Lange (sv); צילום מאת דורותיאה לאנג (he); fotografie van Dorothea Lange (nl) Migrant Mother, Mère Migrante, Mere migrante (fr); Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California, Migrant Mother of 6, Age 32, Now Living in California (en)
Migrant mother, Nipomo, California 
photograph by Dorothea Lange
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Part ofFranklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain Photographs (NAID 195301)
Main subjectGreat Depression in the United States
Location Nipomo, San Luis Obispo County, California
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  • 6 March 1936
  • 4 cm
  • 5 cm
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