Dorothea Lange: San Francisco (1935-1939) Posted on June 21, 2014August 11, 2019 by The ASX Team “Skid Row.” Howard Street, San Francisco, California. The hock shopListening to speeches at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting congressional cut of relief appropriations. San Francisco, CaliforniaLongshoremen’s lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront. CaliforniaSan Francisco, California. After forty-four years of Republican administration, California gets a Democratic administration. The California “New Deal” faces same opposition as the national “New Deal”Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Soldier: “I go panhandling every night at bars and places. You wouldn’t want a picture of that, it’s just beggin.”City officials hear the speeches made at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting cut in relief appropriation. In front of city hall, San Francisco, CaliforniaSan Francisco Chinaman reading news of surrender of Canton to Japanese. San Francisco, CaliforniaSalvation Army, San Francisco, California. “Power of the lord” preaching by a “soldier” saved twelve years before, with the army ever sinceScene along “Skid Row.” Howard Street, San Francisco, CaliforniaEmployment agency. San FranciscoEmployment agency on Howard Street. San Francisco, CaliforniaUnemployed men sitting on the sunny side of the San Francisco Public Library. CaliforniaPreaching to the crowd. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: A View of Dorothea Lange's Studio (1964) Posted in Galleries, Photography and tagged 1930-1950, 1930s, Dorothea Lange, FSA, New Deal, San Francisco, Vintage.