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Photographer documents abandoned places in Fukushima in this devastating photo series

"no one's lived in there for years. not since the first family." "what happened to them?" "they never came out."

"Grey Gardens in East Hampton after a lifetime of neglect by Big Edie and Little Edie Beale." - If you haven't seen the documentary "Grey Gardens", I recommend you do. They truly were the most interesting members of the Bouvier family.

“Children of Ozark Mountaineer” Not from the brittle orchards: barren gardens: Dog-run houses with the broken windows: Hen-shat houseyards where the children huddle Barefoot in winter: tiny in too big rags: Fed on porkfat: corn meal: cheap molasses:  Fed on famine rations out of fields Where grass grew taller than a child could touch once Archibald MacLeish, Land of the Free, 1938

this Public Address Photo History: August 2002 Archives Archibald MacLeish, Land of the Free, 1938

Children of a disabled coal miner stand in the doorway of their Appalachian home in the early 1930's by Jack Corn

made school available for all children-Children of a disabled coal miner stand in the doorway of their Appalachian home in the early (Photo by Jack Corn, now belonging to Vanderbilt University.