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Farmers sleeping in a "white" camp room in a warehouse. They often must remain several days before their tobacco is sold. Durham, North Carolina by Marion Post Wolcott / American Art
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Farmers sleeping in a "white" camp room in a warehouse. They often must remain several days before their tobacco is sold. Durham, North Carolina

1939, printed later Marion Post Wolcott Born: Montclair, New Jersey 1910 Died: Santa Barbara, California 1990 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 14 in. (27.9 x 35.6 cm.) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of Dr. John H. and Jann Arrington Wolcott 1998.120.37 Not currently on view



Keywords

Architecture Interior - commercial - warehouse

Figure group - male

Landscape - North Carolina - Durham

Occupation - vendor - tobacco seller

State of being - other - sleep

New Deal - Farm Security Administration

photography - photoprint

paper

gelatin silver

About Marion Post Wolcott

Born: Montclair, New Jersey 1910 Died: Santa Barbara, California 1990

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