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Maureen Corrigan on Gail Godwin’s new novel, Flora: “Children are like bombs that will one day go off.” That’s a line that Gail Godwin says also served as inspiration for her novel, Flora.    Want to read.

Maureen Corrigan on Gail Godwin’s new novel, Flora: “Children are like bombs that will one day go off.” That’s a line that Gail Godwin says also served as inspiration for her novel, Flora. Want to read.

Home Is Where the Tent Is: 1939    Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

Home Is Where the Tent Is: 1939 Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

November 1936. "American River camp, Sacramento, California. Destitute family. Five children, aged two to seventeen years."

November 1936. "American River camp, Sacramento, California. Destitute family. Five children, aged two to seventeen years."

July 1936. "Old-time Negro living on a cotton patch near Vicksburg, Mississippi."

July 1936. "Old-time Negro living on a cotton patch near Vicksburg, Mississippi."

Alfred Eisenstaedt's black-and-white photograph of an unidentified sailor kissing nurse Edith Shain in 1945.

Statue of famous WWII kiss unveiled in Times Square to celebrate 65th anniversary of VJ-Day

Alfred Eisenstaedt's black-and-white photograph of an unidentified sailor kissing nurse Edith Shain in 1945.

World Famous – The Photography Portfolio of Dorothea Lange

A Collection of Some of the Most Iconic 20th Century Photography

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