Arbuckle, Alex Q. “Why Some Great Depression Photos Were Punched Full of Holes.” Mashable March 26, 2016. Accessed March 26, 2016.

Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography. New York: Hill and Wang, 1980.

Finnegan, Cara A. “Documentary as Art in ‘US Camera’.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 31 No. 2 (2001): 37-68.

Finnegan, Cara A. Picturing Poverty: Print Culture and FSA Photographs. Washington: Smithsonian Books, 2003.

Flunk, Winfried. “Poor Like Us: Poverty and Recognition in American Photography.” Amerikasudien/ American Studies 55 (2010): 63-93.

Goodwin, James. “The Depression Era in Black and White: Four American Photo-texts.” Criticisms 40 No. 2 (1998): 273-307.

Gray, David A. “New Uses for Old Photos: Renovating FSA Photographs in World War II Posters.” American Studies 47 (2006): 5-34.

Library of Congress. “Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives.” N.d.

Sontag, Susan. On Photography. New York: Picador, 1973.

Stevens, Robert L., and Jared A. Fogel. “Images of the Great Depression: A Photographic Essay.” OAH Magazine of History 16 (2001): 11-16.

Watkins, Patsy G. “Same People, Same Time, Same Place: Contrasting Images of Destitute Ozark Mountaineers during the Great Depression.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (2011): 288-315.

Wetzel, Alissa C. “New Deal Photographs of the Hoosier State Farm Tenancy, the Great Depression and the Young Girl Who Lived Through It All.” Indiana Magazine of History 109 (2013): 257-74.