Everyone Had Cameras: Photography and Farmworkers in California, 1850-2000
American photographers have been fascinated by the lives of California farmworkers since the time of the daguerreotype. From the earliest Gold Rusha era images and the documentary photographs taken during the Great Depression to digital images today, photographers and farmworkers in California have had a complicated and continuously changing bond. In Everyone Had Cameras, Richard Steven Street provides a comprehensive history of the significant presence of California farmworkers in the visual culture of America.
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