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Rothstein and Lee may have focused on the religious prints of these men in order to help ‘‘feminize’’ the scene. Women and children, not men, typically are associated with domestic piety. In Christian households, women organize domestic rituals (even if they might not preside over them). They display in their homes the symbols of their faith. While men might also pray at home and look at religious images (as these two men obviously do), the stereotype is that family religion falls under the aegis of women.

Since women and children were not expected to work, men constructed as women were also not expected to work. Including the religious prints in the photographs helped reiterate a key assumption of Stryker and the photographers that the poor were not responsible for their own poverty. To picture healthy men in photographs designed to illustrate poverty was risky. Even during the Depression, with its massive unemployment, Americans felt that there was something 39 wrong with a single man who did not work.

Settlement house reformers, as well as commercial photographic houses like the Detroit Photographic Company, popularized images of immigrant life in the city. By the time of the FSA photographic project, interior images of tenement poverty had become a standard trope in both commercial and reform photography. ’’ Ordinary Religion Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) did not begin her career as a photographer hoping to make pictures to motivate reform. Like many young Americans, she had moved to the West Coast to find adventure and to leave her troubled family.

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