Resettlement Administration

The Resettlement Administration (RA) was a New Deal U.S. federal agency that, between April 1935 and December 1936, relocated struggling urban and rural families to communities planned by the federal government.

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Arthur Rothstein - Life and Career - Gee's Bend
... symbolized two different things to the Resettlement Administration ... Unlike the subjects of many Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration photographs, the people of Gee's Bend are not portrayed as victims ... of Rothstein's pictures, with a text that draws heavily upon a Resettlement Administration report dated in May ...
Midway City, California - History - 1880s To 1930s
... seven thousand eight hundred fifty dollars in June from the Resettlement Administration, a New Deal U.S ... out in that it was the first loan by the Resettlement Administration to a self-help cooperative and lead to other cooperatives seeking money from the Resettlement Administration ... free producers in an open market." In obtaining the loan, Henry Lotz noted, "This Resettlement loan, it's a future to us from the bidding platform for ...
Florence Owens Thompson - Iconic Photo
... As Thompson waited, Dorothea Lange, working for the Resettlement Administration, drove up and started taking photos of Florence and her family ... published, but Lange sent them to the San Francisco News as well as to the Resettlement Administration in Washington, D.C ... As a whole, the photographs taken for the Resettlement Administration "have been widely heralded as the epitome of documentary photography." Edward Steichen described them as "the most remarkable human documents ...