social documentarypictures—black store-front congregations, very young mothers, coal miners, steelworkers, and so on—for more than half a century. His work is collected in The Forgotten Ones (1985), Portraits in Steel (1993), Milton Rogovin: The Mining Photographs (2005), and other books.
See D. Isey et al., Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones (2003) M. A. Herzog, Milton Rogovin: The Making of a Social Documentary Photographer (2006).
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