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J.A. Johnson's oldest daughter picking cotton in cotton field, Statesville, North Carolina.

The daughter of a sharecropper picks cotton in the cotton fields of Statesville, North Carolina in a 1939 in a photo by Marion Post Wolcott

CREDIT: Wolcott, Marion Post, photographer. “J.A. Johnson's Oldest Daughter Picking Cotton in Cotton Field, Statesville, North Carolina,” c. 1939. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Reproduction Number LC-USF33-030528-M1.



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