If you had a chance to ask DOCUMERICA a question — what would it be?
Is there a collection or photograph that speaks to you? Have you come across images of home, that brought back memories of the change?
It has been a tremendous opportunity to speak with the men and women who helped to create this documentary. Their dedication has gifted our country with a lasting and incredibly open, window to our past. Each time that I am in touch with the photographers that are still with us, and Gifford Hampshire’s family, I find that they are bursting with pride that it has come back into the light.
To celebrate this moment in history, I would like to share your thoughts with them, as well as bring their stories back to you.
Ask DOCUMERICA a question here; as a comment below this post. Each Wednesday, I will feature a question and response.
How often can we connect with history? I hope you take advantage of this opportunity and I look forward to the conversation.
–Jeanethe Falvey, U.S. EPA State of the Environment & DOCUMERICA project lead.
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