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Celebrating the Negative : Walker Evans by John Loengard


In the summer of 1936, Bud Field and his family posed for Walker Evans and James Agee, two young journalists from New York City on assignment for Fortune magazine to investigate the conditions of tenant cotton farmers in Alabama. Since Evans was on loan from a federal government agency concerned with the plight of small farmers, the government owns his negatives.

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