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Mark Power Sallisaw, the original home of the Joad family in John Steinbeck's novel 'The Grapes of Wrath'. Oklahoma. USA. January 2015 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power On the right is the original Route 66, taken by the Joad family in Steinbeck's novel. Prague. Oklahoma. USA. January 2015 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power Johnny Johnson, fertilizer salesman. In the 1930s, as a young boy, he travelled with his parents from the dustbowl of Oklahoma to the promised land of California. He returned some time later to sta (...)
Mark Power Former agricultural checkpoint, mentioned in John Steinbeck's novel 'The Grapes of Wrath', where the Joad family were temporarily detained. Dagget. California. USA. January 2015 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power Former site of George Air Force Base. Victorville. California. USA. January 2015 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power USA. California. The Inland Empire. Cajon Pass. 'Okie Flats'. Here once stood a temporary camp for migrants from the East. Today it's a 'cruising' meeting place. 29.01.15 From 'Postcards from Ame (...)
Mark Power USA. California. The Inland Empire. Lucerne Valley.
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From 'Postcards from America' © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power Brandt and Mike, homeless men, with their dog Princess. San Bernadino. California. USA. January 2015 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power Muskoy. The Inland Empire. California. USA. From 'Postcards from America'. 18.01.15 © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power USA. California. The Inland Empire. Muskoy.
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From 'Postcards from America' © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Mark Power USA. California. The Inland Empire. San Bernardino. Street Preacher 'Diamond' Daryll.
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From 'Postcards from America' © Mark Power | Magnum Photos