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Photographer John Vachon was hired by the Farm Security Administration in 1937 to depict rural life in Nebraska. But, he wandered into Omaha and took these in South Omaha. Later, Vachon became recognized as one of the outstanding black/white photographers in the US, and he helped begin a genre known as “street photography”.

Photos courtesy of the Library of Congress collections.

Gallery  —  Posted: December 18, 2012 in History
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ElMuseo1212012 Next exhibit – THE ART OF PUEBLA – begins on December 14

El Museo is located at 4701 South 25th Street.

402-731-1137

www.elmuseolatino.org