Down-and-outs of the Bowery, bustling marketplaces, the Jewish ladies in their schechtels, or black wigs. Hands, Maynard and Dan Dixon, ca. 1930. Lange was born May 26, 1895, in Hoboken, New Jersey, where two painful events left indelible marks on her life. Restless Spirit: the Life and Work of Dorothea Lange. Dorothea Lange died October 11, 1965. During this time she took "Migrant Mother" which was to become her most famous picture. Japanese boy awaiting evacuation, June 1942. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, she took heart-rending pictures of the Japanese families as they were evacuated from their homes and sent to prison camps. "The pageant is vast and I clutch at tiny details, inadequate.". She was disgusted that the government would lock people up not because of anything they had done, but solely because of their Japanese blood.
Elizabeth Partridge, daughter of photographer Rondal Partridge who worked as Lange's assistant for many years and whose family Lange took into her own, has written about this remarkable artist in the biography.
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