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1910 5 YEAR OLD NEWSBOY ST LOUIS CHILD LABOR HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Francis Lance 5 years old. 41 inches high. Sells regularly on Grand Avenue. Location: St. Louis, Missouri." May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 anaemic spinner girl vermont child labor photo
This photograph shows an "anaemic little spinner in North Pownal Cotton Mill. See photo No. 1056. Location: Vermont." August, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 BOWLING ALLEY SYRACUSE NEW YORK CHILD LABOR
Shows young boys working in a bowling alley in Syracuse, New York in 1910. The photograph was taken by a social worker in connection with a child labor survey.
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1910 BOY COLLECTING PAPERS UNION SQUARE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Boy collecting discarded papers in Union Square. He sells them to store-keepers. Location: New York, New York, July, 1910." Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 BROOKSIDE MILLS SPINNER GIRLS CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows "Young spinners in Brookside Cotton Mills. A large number of very young boys and girls work here. Location: Knoxville, Tennessee," December, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 COAL CREEK TENNESSEE CHILD MINER LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Hard work and dangerous for such a young boy. James O'Dell, a greaser and coupler on the tipple of the Cross Mountain Mine, Knoxville Iron Co., in the vicinity of Coal Creek, Tenn. James has been there four months. Helps push these heavily loaded cars. Appears to be about 12 or 13 years old. Location: Coal Creek, Tennessee."
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1910 GURLY BOY NEWSIE CHILD LABOR ST LOUIS PHOTO
This photograph shows "Boy named Gurley. An eight year old newsie. 18th & Washington Sts. Location: St. Louis, Missouri." May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 HOSIERY MILL GIRLS TENNESSEE CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows: "These all work in Cleveland Hosiery Mills. The very youngest one (with curls) said, "I ravels and pick up." Small boy in another mill said "Over in Cleveland, they work em so little, they have to stand em on boxes to reach." Children here and in the hosiery mills generally seemed better dressed and in better condition than in spinning mills. (See report.) Location: Cleveland, Tennessee." Photograph by Lewis Hine. December, 1910.
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1910 JELLICO COUPLING BOY COAL MINE CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows "Harley Bruce, a young coupling-boy at tipple of Indian Mountain Line of Proctor Coal Co., near Jellico, Tenn. He appears to be 12 or 14 years old, and says he has been working there about a year. It is hard work and dangerous. Not many young boys employed in or about the mines of this region. Location: Jellico vicinity, Tennessee," December, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LILLIE ROBERTSON SPINNER CENTURY COTTON MILL PHOTO
This photograph shows "Lillie Robertson, a young spinner in Century Cotton Mills, South Boston, Va. Runs four sides. Sister Mamie (with cup) helps her and is ten years old. Baby doesn't work yet. Father works in wagon factory. Cotton Mills work is slack. Location: South Boston, Virginia, June, 1911" Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LITTLE DAISY CANNERY CHILD  WORKER DELAWARE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Daisy Langford, 8 yrs. old works in Ross' canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to "keep up." She places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. This is her first season in the cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware.," June, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LITTLE FANNIE 48" HIGH SPINNER FAYETEVILLE PHOTO
This photograph shows " Little Fannie, 7 years old, 48 inches high, helps sister in Elk Mills. Her sister (in photo) said, "Yes, she he'ps me right smart. Not all day but all she can. Yes, she started with me at six this mornin'." These two belong to a family of 19 children. Location: Fayetteville, Tennessee, November, 1910" Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LITTLE FATTIE NEWSBOY ST LOUIS CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Newsboy. Little Fattie. Less than 40 inches high, 6 years old. Been at it one year. May 9th, 1910. Location: St. Louis, Missouri." Photograph by Lewis Hine. May 9, 1910.
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1910 LITTLE FEEBLE MINDED PHILADELPHIA NEWSBOY PHOTO
This photograph shows "Harry Cherkos, 435 Catherine St, 7 years of age, sells papers, from 2:30 to 8 P.M. daily. 10 A.M. to midnight on Saturday. Income, 50 cents per day. This boy was caught gambling on Chestnut & 11th Streets. When asked if he gambles said no. Said all earnings go home. This boy has the appearance of being a bit feeble minded. Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania." June, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LITTLE NEWSBOY DOESN'T SMOKE WILMINGTON HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "S. Russell, 33 E. 22nd St. Newsboy, 12 years of age. Selling newspapers 2 years. Average earnings 20 cents daily. Selling newspapers own choice. Father earns $18 weekly. Boy deposits earnings in du Pont Savings Bank, and on Saturday night works for Reynold's candy shop, delivering packages. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 5 hours daily, except Saturday, when he works 11. Location: Wilmington, Delaware." May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 LITTLE PAPERBOY EATS ROTTEN ORANGE DELEWARE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Joseph Wench, newsboy, 315 W. 2nd St. 7 years of age. Selling papers 2 years Average earnings 50 cents per week. Selling papers own choice. Earnings not needed at home. Visits saloons. Works 6 hours per day. Mother and father separated. Lives with grandmother. This boy was found on King St. (marked), eating rotted orange which he picked up from the gutter. He was bare footed, shabbily clad and seemed under fed. When asked whether grandmother needed his earnings, he replied that she was comfortable and that he wanted money to go to moving pictures and buy candy. May, 1910 Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware," May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine
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1910 LITTLE TOMMY ST LOUIS MO NEWSBOY CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows "Tommy Hawkins, 5 year old newsie 40 inches high. Location: St. Louis, Missouri." May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 NEWSBOY AT MOVIE THEATER CHILD LABOR HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Where some of the newsboy's money goes. Location: Wilmington, Delaware." May, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1910 NEWSBOY W/ BEER ST. LOUIS MO PHOTOGRAPH
This photograph shows a newspaper boy selling on the streets of St. Louis Missouri in 1910.
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1910 NEWSBOYS & NEWSGIRLS CHILD LABOR NY HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Newsboys and newsgirl. (Mary Malchade) (9 years old.) Getting afternoon papers, Park Row. Location: New York, New York ," July, 1910. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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