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Lange, Dorothea Syllabification: Lange, Dorothea

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( 1895–1965), US photographer; born Dorothea Margaretta Nutzhorn. She was known for her documentary photographs of the Great Depression, including “White Angel Breadline” (1932), and those of the Japanese-American internment camps around 1942. Many of her later photoessays were published in Life magazine.

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