I hate cameras. They are so much sure than I am about everything.
John Steinbeck, A Life in Letters

The Photographer

Arthur Rothstein

A. Rothstein

Rothstein was one of a group of federally sponsored photographers traveling the counntry recording life as it was during the Great Depression.

He is standing in the hills overlooking the town of Aliquippa, across the Ohio River from Ambridge. The J & L plant is in the background.

Photo Credit: Arthur Rothstein, June 1938

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