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Video thumbnail: American Masters Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning - Preview

American Masters

Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning - Preview

The life, passions and uncompromising vision of the woman behind the camera.

Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning - Preview

Video thumbnail: American Masters Dorothea Lange's Museum of Modern Art Retrospective

American Masters

Dorothea Lange's Museum of Modern Art Retrospective

In 1965 Lange and the MoMA curator of photography prepared for her one-woman exhibition.

Dorothea Lange's Museum of Modern Art Retrospective

Video thumbnail: American Masters Dorothea Lange's Portrait Studio in San Francisco

American Masters

Dorothea Lange's Portrait Studio in San Francisco

In 1919 at the age of 24, Dorothea Lange opened her own portrait studio in San Francisco.

Dorothea Lange's Portrait Studio in San Francisco

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American Masters

The Dust Bowl: Documenting the First Migrants to California

Dorothea Lange and her husband were the first to document Dust Bowl migrants.

The Dust Bowl: Documenting the First Migrants to California

Video thumbnail: American Masters Lange's Eye on The Great Depression and Sharecropping

American Masters

Lange's Eye on The Great Depression and Sharecropping

Lange documented those struggling with the Great Depression and sharecropping system.

Lange's Eye on The Great Depression and Sharecropping

Video thumbnail: American Masters Lange's Photos of the Internment of Japanese-Americans

American Masters

Lange's Photos of the Internment of Japanese-Americans

Dorothea Lange was hired to document the internment process during World War II.

Lange's Photos of the Internment of Japanese-Americans

Video thumbnail: American Masters Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today

American Masters

Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today

A photo exhibit in 2012 featured former internees photographed by Dorothea Lange in 1942.

Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today

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