Farm Security Administration
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
From 1935 to 1943, photographers working for the federal government produced the most enduring images of the Great Depression. Beginning under the auspices of the Resettlement Administration in 1935 and then the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in 1937, a group that over time included about twenty men and women worked under the supervision of Roy E. Stryker to create a pictorial record of the impact of hard times on the nation, primarily on rural Americans. This website was dedicated to showcasing this work.
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Digital history, Great depression, Farm security administration