Center of town, Woodstock, VT, after blizzard. Selenium-toned silver print, the image measuring 222.3x298.5 mm; 8 3/4x11 3/4 inches, the sheet 279.4x330.2 mm; 11x13 inches, with Wolcott's signature, title, dates, and printing notations (including "for FSA"), in pencil, on verso. 1939; printed 1982.
From the Estate of Evelyne Z. Daitz, New York.
Marion Post Wolcott started her career as a photojournalist in the mid-1930s, despite the acute obstacles she faced as a woman in the field. Wolcott worked for publications such as LIFE and Fortune, and eventually became a permanent staff member of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, though she is best known for her work for the Farm Security Administration.