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These tapes were produced just prior to Dorothea Lange's Death, by KQED for the purposes of a movie about Lange's life. The tapes are primarily Lange speaking about her photographs as well as her life as a photographer, mother, and wife. Occasionally, the tapes also include friends and family members speaking about their connection to Lange and her work.
California--History Photography Great Depression Lange, Dorothea
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
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