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February or March 1936 Nipomo California In this picture a woman with three children The image of a worn weather-beaten woman a look of desperation on her face and two children leaning on her shoulders an infant in her lap their faces are avoiding the camera Their clothes dont look in good condition In the photograph of Destitute pea pickers in California Mother of seven children Age thirty-two best known as Immigrant Mother By Lange Dorothea It seems like they dont have food to eat Also the woman face looks much older than her age The woman looks tired sad and worried The mother has a countenance of a confused woman maybe she doesnt know what will happen to her and her children Also she looks way older than 32 The lines of expression of her face tell more than words She seems to have a lot of stress because she is looking far away maybe thinking Also the background of the picture looks like they are living or maybe covering themselves from the sun I also noticed a wood stem that is covering part of the baby face The baby face looks duty And the children clothes appeared to have wholes The woman is wearing a square short with a sweater I can only see sweaters on the children and the baby wrapped with blankets I assume they havent taken a shower in a while because of the texture of their hair In this particular picture is not possible to see the other four children Children were greatly affected during the Great Depression even if they didnt understand what was happening They knew if their parents had lost their job They knew that money was scarce Some children had to leave school to take jobs and help support the family The Great Depression was a time when men women and children all struggled through the challenges of a collapsing economy Malnutrition
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