Photo List From Image and Imagination

Photographs of Dorothea Lange, Scott Braley from Freedom Voices.

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Farm Security Administration Photos

War Relocation Authority Photos

Scott Braley photographs from Image and Imagination

Farm Security Administration Photographs
by Dorothea Lange from Image and Imagination: Encounters with the Photogrpahy of Dorothea Lange, Edited by Ben Clarke

Title/Caption Source Ref. Number

War Relocation Authority Photos taken by Dorothea Lange
From the book Image and Imagination: Encounters with the Photogrpahy of Dorothea Lange, Edited by Ben Clarke

 

Photographs by Scott Braley

From the book Image and Imagination: Encounters with the Photogrpahy of Dorothea Lange, Edited by Ben Clarke

  • Shadow, Scott and Rufus, 1990
  • Cynthia in Alameda County Jail, 1991
  • Rufus leaving his place, an abandoned hotel, 1990
  • Rufus leaving Oakland Jail, 1991
  • Rufus with judge in Oakland, 1991
  • Homeless Native woman and dog, Peoples Park, Berkeley, 1992

Photographs in the book, Image and Imagination not on-line.

Centerville, CA, May 1943 . O.M./N.A.R.A.; 82.83.7
Man Beside Wheelbarrow, San Francisco, 1934. O.M.; 67.137.34013
Walking Wounded, Oakland CA, 1954. O.M.; 80.103.343
Untitled (Child with Sarape), Southwest, ca. 1930. O.M.; 67.137.5895
Untitled (Old woman and child), Southwest, ca. 1930. O.M.; 67.137.6024
First Born, Berkeley, California, 1952. O.M.; 67.137.52113
Girls at Soquel Creek, California, ca. 1930. O.M.; 69.40.15
Hands, Maynard and Dan Dixon, ca 1930. O.M.; 67.137.5893
Untitled (Two women against wall), Southwest, ca. 1930. O.M.;67.137.6135
Untitled (Haircut), Near Winters, California, 1935. O.M.;67.137.35161
Freewheeling, Oakland, CA, 1951. O.M.; 67.137.45024
Michael Kelly has repaired shoes all his life. Ennis Ireland, 1954. O.M.; 67.137.54079
Grandaughter of a Spanish Don, born in California before it was a state, 1943. O.M.; 67.137.93220
Mexican field laborer arriving in station at Sacramento. CA. Oct. 6, 1942 . O.M.; 67.137.93069
Cemetery, Imperial Valley, CA, 1935. O.M.; 67.137.8035
Untitled (Girl on truck), San Joaquin Valley, CA, 1935 . O.M.; 67.137.35168.1
Damaged Child, Shacktown, Elm Grove, Oklahoma 1936 . O.M.; 80.103.470
Drought stricken farmers, idled in town, Sallisaw, Oklahoma, August 1936 . O.M./L.C.; 67.137.9669
Pre-trial jail cell, from the public defender series, 1955-57 . O.M.; 67.137.57104.5
Judge Fox, Oakland, CA, 1957. O.M.; 67.137.57125
Attorney interviews client, from the public defender series, Oakland, CA, 1957 . O.M.; 67.137.93140
Untitled (Public defender in court with client), from the public defender series, Oakland, CA, 1955-57. O.M.; 67.137.93145
Untitled (Client's wife, outside courtroom), from the public defender series, Oakland, CA, 1955-57 . O.M.; 67.137.93139
Untitled (Swearing in Witness), from the public defender series, Oakland, CA, 1955-57. O.M.; 67.137.93876
Untitled, (Woman by trailer)Richmond, California, 1942. O.M.; 67.137.42113.1
Ex-slave with a long memory, Alabama, 1938. O.M./L.C.; 67.137.38164
Civil ControlStation, Oakland,May 1942 . O.P.L/N.A.R.A.; 14GC-373

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About B. Jesse Clarke

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Clarke is the founding editor of Freedom Voices Press, artistic director of Encounters in the Americas/ Encuentros de los Americas project of CENSA and editor of Race, Poverty & the Environment a journal of social and environmental justice published by Urban Habitat.

He is the co-editor with Roger Burbach of September 11 and the U.S. War, Beyond the Curtain of Smoke co-published by Freedom Voices and City Lights publishers 2002; editor of Image and Imagination, Encounters with the Photography of Dorothea Lange, 1997; and co-editor, with Clifton Ross of Voice of Fire, 1994, the first anthology of Zapatista communiqués and interviews published in English.

From 1998-2004, Clarke was editor of MediaFile a bi-monthly journal of media analysis and resources for activists published by San Francisco's Media Alliance.

A California Arts Council artist-in-residence 1999-2001 and a San Francisco Arts Commission lead artist on a project called Raising Our Voices, Clarke has been teaching writing, digital design and critical thinking in community settings for over a decade.