Photographing the Second Gold Rush: Dorothea Lange and the East Bay at War, 1941-1945
Heyday Books, 1995 - History - 86 pages
"A fascinating look at the radical changes set loose by the Pacific War that totally transformed the Bay Area.... All those interested in Bay Area history will want to take look at it". -- San Francisco Examiner
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