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Kenner shoemaker in his shop, 1938. Kenner Shoemaker 1938 "Shoemaker in his shop. Kenner, Louisiana," by Russell Lee. Lee was a documentary photographer. He worked for the Farm Security Administration during the Great Depression. Lee traveled extensively, documenting life during the mid-late 1930s. He caught this shoemaker at work in Kenner in 1938. Russell Lee UT Austin maintains a collection of Lee's post-FSA work. This is their biographical note: Documentary photographer Russell Lee was born in Illinois in 1903. Trained as a chemical engineer and a painter, he took his first photographs in 1935. He worked for the Farm Security...
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