Photographer Jack Delano worked for the Farm Security Administration, traveling across the country documenting rural life during the Great Depression. In 1941 he was sent to Puerto Rico for a three-month assignment. After the war he returned to the island and made it his home for the next 50 years. "The Art of Jack Delano," an exhibition organized by the Smithsonian Institution, is currently at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington (312-744-6630). The show runs through June 20.