DOCUMERICA: Issue #1 - John H White
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    DOCUMERICA was a program sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to "photographically document subjects of environmental c… Read More
    DOCUMERICA was a program sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to "photographically document subjects of environmental concern" in the USA from about 1972 to 1977. The images were made by approximately 70 well-known photographers contracted by the EPA for this project. Photographers included Boyd Norton, Danny Lyon, Gene Daniels, Marc St. Gil, Anne LaBastille, Bill Strode, Charles O'Rear, Jack Corn, Tomas Sennett, Erik Calonius, Yoichi Okamoto, Ken Hayman, and John H. White. Like the photographers of the Federal photographic project of the Farm Security Administration during the Great Depression, some of the DOCUMERICA photographers interpreted their mission rather broadly, and sometimes artistically. Many of the photographs preserve a distinct visual record of time and place. Read Less
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DOCUMERICA: Issue #1 - John H White
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