Inspired by the vision and drive of Roy Stryker, this New FSA-inspired photography project was founded by Kenneth Wajda, a professional documentary photographer in Boulder, Colorado.
Collecting documentary photographs from across the U.S., the project’s goal is to document the rural and urban lifestyle in the U.S. eighty years after the first FSA photography collection was started for a book project and eventual contribution to the Library of Congress.
All photographers maintain full rights to their images.
I was thinking of you today… I’m in the middle of reading “John Vachon’s America: Photographs and Letters from the Depression to World War II”. It was your Roy Stryker project that inspired me to dig deeper into the FSA program, and read further about the photographers. This book is quite amazing. Not only for the photos, but for the background info on the program… filled with Vachon’s personal correspondence to his wife while he was on the road… fascinating! If you don’t already have it, you can pick it up used on Amazon for around $12 currently: