Arthur Rothstein/Library of Congress. (August 1935)
Idealized views such as this one made in Grady County were highly sought after by the bureaucrats of the New Deal, this one an attempt to show improvements brought on by the Resettlement Administration.
The bulk of images presented here originate in the collections of the Library of Congress, and as a result, some may appear a bit out of focus. This is due to the fact that the library controls reprinting of the works by showing them in lower resolution. (I follow a similar caveat on Vanishing South Georgia.) I have chosen the best available sizes for illustrating this site; to obtain the best copies, made from master negatives, contact the Library of Congress.