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 Arthur Rothstein, Douglas County Farmsteads, Nebraska (1936),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-USF34-004276-D DLC].
Landscape of field, farmhouses, trees, and sky. Often termed a regionalist, Susan Glaspell centered much of her work in the Midwest, where she was born.
 Federal Art Project, Alison's House by Susan Glaspell: A Poetic Romance (c. 1937),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-USZC2-1151].
Poster for production of Alison's House at the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles. Glaspell's experimental plays often explored women's roles in the society.
 Russell Lee, Farmhouse on the Heavily Mortgaged Farm of Theodore F. Frank (1937),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-USF34-010149-D].
Farmhouse and surrounding land in the Midwest. Glaspell, who was born in Iowa, often explored the lives of women in agricultural and rural settings.
 John Vachon, Members of the Women's Club Making a Quilt, Granger Homesteads, Iowa (c. 1940),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-USF34-060927-D].
Domestic scene of group of women quilting. Glaspell incorporated scenes of women working in domestic settings into her plays.
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