The Photogrammar project, initiated by the Yale university, just put online more than 170,000 photos taken in the United States between 1935 and 1945. An amazing and huge collection of black and white photos, accessible for everyone and often royalty free, allowing us to dive into the American history, exploring the thousands of photographs categorized by photographer, by date or keyword, but also listed on an interactive map. A lot of pictures from the Photogrammar project were taken by the photographers of the Farm Security Administration, which we had already talked about with the colors photographs of daily life in the United States during the Second World War. I invite you to immerse yourself in these archives by visiting the Photogrammar project.
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