Arthur Rothstein - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. An Abandoned Farmhouse in Central Oregon - Rothstein

    An Abandoned Farmhouse in Central Oregon - 1936

    Photographer Arthur Rothstein notes that this scene represents "years of unfruitful efforts to make things grow". Learn More
  2. Hoop Dancer at Molalla Buckaroo - Rothstein

    Hoop Dancer at Molalla Buckaroo - 1936

    The Molalla Buckaroo has been a continuing tradition for a century, beginning in 1913 when the railroad came to town. Learn More
  3. Hooverville Squatter in Portland - Rothstein

    Hooverville Squatter in Portland - 1936

    "Hooverville" was a name given to shanty towns built by homeless people during the Great Depression. They were informally named after President Herbert Hoover, who was widely blamed for the Depression.. Learn More
  4. Pitching Horseshoes at Rimrock Camp, Near Madras - Rothstein

    Pitching Horseshoes at Rimrock Camp, Near Madras - 1936

    Rimrock Camp was a location for the federal Resettlement Administration in Jefferson County. Learn More
  5. Squatters' Shacks near Ross Island Bridge - Rothstein

    Squatters' Shacks near Ross Island Bridge - 1936

    This view of Depression-era homes near the Ross Island Bridge was created by Arthur Rothstein, just out of college and working as one of a dozen photographers for the Farm Security Administration. Learn More
  6. The Next Generation - Rothstein

    The Next Generation - 1936

    The title originally given to this portrait by photographer Arthur Rothstein was "Rehabilitation Client, McMinnville, Oregon." I found that to be a bit mundane. Learn More
  7. The Sheep Herder - Rothstein

    The Sheep Herder - 1936

    This portrait was taken by photojournalist Arthur Rothstein as part of his early work with the federal Resettlement Administration, which later became the Farm Security Administration. Learn More

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