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Dorothea Lange in Oregon
On view this winter at the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics at the University of Oregon, the exhibition Dorothea Lange in Oregon was organized by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission. The exhibition comprises 48 images selected from the Library of Congress archives from among those Lange shot for the Farm Security Administration in 1939. See additional images and learn more about the origins of the project at the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission.

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