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The FSA’s holdings represent roughly 250,000 photographs made between 1935 and 1942; the Ofﬁce of War Information covers the 1940s. The FSA and OWI had an overlap of subject matter. The photographers represented in the two collections include Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Jack Delano, Marion Post Wolcott, Ben Shahn, and Russell Lee (whose July 1941 color photograph of downtown Cascade, Idaho, is on the cover of this book). Many people are surprised to learn that many FSA/OWI photos (including the cover image) were shot in color on early Kodachrome ﬁlm.
The Library of Congress also houses the collections of various news agencies, newspapers, and magazines. These include some ﬁve million photographs from the collection of Look magazine (1937–1951), including photographs by Stanley Kubrick and Gordon Parks. ” The Library also has collections from various newspaper morgues, wire services, and other news agencies, dating between the 1890s and the late 1960s. LC Highlights: Sound Collections The sound collections of the Library can be broken down into two distinct categories: radio broadcasts and everything else.
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