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National Child Labor Committee Collection Photographs by Lewis Hine

Selected images from the collection


Shrimp and Oyster Worker, Biloxi, Miss. Lewis Hine, photographer. 1911 Feb. Reproduction numbers: LC-USZ6-1306 (b&w film copy neg.); LC-USZ62-55649 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Shrimp and Oyster Worker, Biloxi, Miss.]
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[Boy sweeper, wearing knickers, standing alongside carding machine in Lincoln Cotton Mills, Evansville, Indiana.]
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Boy sweeper, wearing knickers, standing alongside carding machine in Lincoln Cotton Mills, Evansville, Indiana. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1908 Oct.. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-91451 (b&w film copy neg.)

Three boys entering Hill Manufacturing Co., Lewiston, Maine, to go to work at 5:30 A.M. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1909 April. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-91570 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Three boys entering Hill Manufacturing Co., Lewiston, Maine, to go to work at 5:30 A.M.]
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[Street full of Baltimore immigrants lined up, with horse-drawn wagons, Wolfe Street near Canton Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, to go to berry farms]
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Street full of Baltimore immigrants lined up, with horse-drawn wagons, Wolfe Street near Canton Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, to go to berry farms. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1909. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-91830 (b&w film copy neg.)

Six members of Slebzak family in field, five of whom are working on Bottomley's farm near Baltimore, Maryland. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1909 July. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-91822 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Six members of Slebzak family in field, five of whom are working on Bottomley's farm near Baltimore, Maryland]
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[Man hired by cigar workers to read to them as they work, Tampa, Fla.]
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Man hired by cigar workers to read to them as they work, Tampa, Fla." Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1909 Jan.. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-90209 (b&w film copy neg.)

Six black workers in the Alexandria (Va.) Glass Factory." Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1911 June. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-92162 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Six black workers in the Alexandria (Va.) Glass Factory]
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[Settlement of sardine workers, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2, Eastport, Maine]
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Settlement of sardine workers, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2, Eastport, Maine. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1911 Aug. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-91568 (b&w film copy neg.)

Mrs. Annie De Martius, 46 Laight St., N.Y.C., nursing a dirty baby while she picks nuts with three other children - Rosie, Genevieve, and Tessie. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1911 Dec.. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-90348 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Mrs. Annie De Martius, 46 Laight St., N.Y.C., nursing a dirty baby while she picks nuts with three other children - Rosie, Genevieve, and Tessie.]
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[William Parralla, 313 Second St., S.W., Washington, D.C., a 7 year old newsboy, standing on street with newspapers]
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"William Parralla, 313 Second St., S.W., Washington, D.C., a 7 year old newsboy, standing on street with newspapers." Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1912 April. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-92163 (b&w film copy neg.)

Myrtle Bagwell, one of the youngest spinners in Spartan Mills, Spartanburg, S.C., standing on porch steps. Lewis Hine, photographer. Photographic print. 1912 May. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-90638 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Myrtle Bagwell, one of the youngest spinners in Spartan Mills, Spartanburg, S.C., standing on porch steps]
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