(9164) Appalachian family, Hazard, Kentucky, 1972

Photographer's title: "Appalachia"
A woman stands on her doorstep with her two children, Hazard, Kentucky. Part of a series.

Photographer's note: " A lot of people were moving to Michigan because coal mines in Appalachia were going out of business. A reporter and I went down there to interview some of the people left behind. There was a lot of poverty. This lady was very nice, but would not give her name."

Information on back indicates the this photo was submitted for 31st Annual Photo Competition, National Press Photographers Association. Entry in World Understanding Portfolio; Camera used: Nikon F:2; Lens: 35mm; Film: Tri-X; Exposure: 1/125.

(9164) Appalachian family, Hazard, Kentucky, 1972
Date: 
1972
Physdesc: 
Photograph
Photographer: 
Tony Spina
PhotoID: 
9164