Somali brother and sister, photographed by Becky Field

UNH Library Archives Photo Collection Documenting Immigrants in New Hampshire

As the time approached for final projects to be completed in the photography program Becky Field had enrolled in at the New Hampshire Institute of Art (now New England College), she knew many of her classmates were frantically scrambling to pull project ideas together. She, though, was experiencing... Read More

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