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American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. Unclassified: A Walker Evans Anthology, ed. Jeff L. Rosenheim. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000. Fleischhauer, Carl and Beverly W. Brannan, eds. Documenting America, 1935–1943. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. Macleish, Archibald. Land of the Free. New York: Harcourt, 1938. 26 Chapter Two Rosskam, Edwin. Washington: Nerve Center. New York: Alliance, 1939. ). Agee: His Life Remembered. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1985.
Depression-era Collaboration and a Theory of Camera and Pen 21 You Have Seen Their Faces fills in all the gaps for the reader, but Evans’ echoes across images in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men build a syntax that appeals to active memory rather than passive spectatorship. Giving his images a syntax and narrative, and making his arrangement a journey that often seemed one from absence to presence, Evans gave visual expression to the migrant exodus from the Dustbowl. In several other photo-text collaborations of the period, the combinations of word and image also addressed the question of absence.
Rosskam, who made visual connections across frames in 12 Million Black Voices, explained in the preface to his Washington: Nerve Center (1939) that “the new unit is the double-page spread. . Picture can help picture, picture can laugh at picture, picture can contrast with picture . . ). He paired a courtroom image by John Vachon with an Associated Press lynching image in 12 Million Black Voices, to pass brutal comment on the justice apparently featured in the courtrooms of the first. The caption to both is “the law is white,” and this draws attention to the white book of law on the table in the first image and the similarly shaped white square of cloth around the neck of the dead man in the second.