Museum of New Mexico Press

     

Far from Main Street

Three Photographers in Depression-Era New Mexico

Russell Lee, Photographer
John Collier, Jr., Photographer
Jack Delano, Photographer

New Deal agencies hired some of the country's most talented photographers of the twentieth century to document the lives of rural Americans during the Great Depression and its aftermath. This moving record bears witness to the struggling people in northern New Mexico determined to succeed through the lenses of Russell Lee, John Collier, Jr., and Jack Delano.


Reviews

"A work of transcendent grace and beauty."
-The New York Times Book Review


Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 88

Illustrations: 150 duotones

Photography

Great Depression

©1994

Paperback $27.50

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