Quote Originally Posted by semi-ambivalent View Post
Being the property of the citizens of the United States, I always thought one could buy a print from the National Archives but I've never actually looked into it. There's an image by Russell Lee of women plastering an adobe building in Chamisal, NM in 1940. I'd like a print of that.

Also, I can't recommend enough "The Worst Hard Times".

The original linked Rothstein image has a 7,000 pixel file available for download from Wikipedia, which translates into a 24" print at 300dpi!

Many, many of the FSA images are available in high resolution digital(!) files at the Library of Congress website, along with a ton of other great public domain art that you can download, print and frame for your walls.