Marion Post Wolcott

Photograph of Marion Post Walcott by Marie Turner/Library of Congress

Marion Post Wolcott, best known for her work as a photojournalist, challenged social mores about women living and working away from the home. Hired by the FSA from 1938-1942, Wolcott covered thousands of miles of US territory, shedding light on those hardest-hit by the Great Depression.

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