on verso, lower left stamped in black ink: This will authenticate that this print is one / of a limited edition of 250 Dye Transfer prints / made by LIGHT Gallery, of 724 Fifth Avenue, / New York, N.Y. 10019, from the original Farm / Security Administration transparencies held by / the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. / [dotted line]; by unknown hand, annotation in graphite along dotted line in stamp: [Tennyson School?]; bottom center stamped: ARTIST: / TITLE: / TRANSPARENCY DATE: / PRINTING DATE: / LIGHT GALLERY REG. NO.:; by unknown hand, annotations in graphite: MARION POST WOLCOTT / SHACKS CONDEMNED BY BOARD OF HEALTH, FORMERLY / OCCUPIED BY MIGRANT LABORERS AND PICKERS, BELLE GLADE, FLA. / JAN. 1940 / 1984 / 180.18; by Corcoran Gallery of Art, bottom right in red pencil: 1984.27.50
LIGHT Gallery, New York; Lee and Kent Minichiello, Washington, DC; gift to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (through Yancey Perkinson/Lumina Inc., New York), 1984; acquired by NGA, 2015.
Associated NamesCorcoran Gallery of Art
- Color Photographs from the Farm Security Administration, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, February 14 – April 19, 1987
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