1) She was born in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1895 to second-generation German immigrants.
2) She contracted polio when she was 7 years old, which left her with a permanent limp. She once said of her altered gait: “It formed me, guided me, instructed me, helped me and humiliated me. I’ve never gotten over it, and I am aware of the force and power of it.”
3) She lived most of her life in Berkeley, California.
4) She was very shy, yet independent and always interested in people.
5) She is best known for her documentary work of the Great Depression and Japanese internment camps like Manzanar, and she co-founded Aperture magazine.
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