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1911 EWEN BREAKER BOYS CHILD LABOR COAL MINE PHOTO #2
This photograph shows "A view of the Pennsylvania Breaker. The dust was so dense at times as to obscure the view. This dust penetrates the utmost recess of the boy's lungs. Location: South Pittston, Pennsylvania." January, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1911 EWEN BREAKER BOYS CHILD LABOR PA COAL MINE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Noon hour in the Ewen Breaker, Pennsylvania Coal Co. Location: South Pittston, Pennsylvania," January, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1911 LIITLE NETTIE ALABAMA GIRL OYSTER SHUCKER PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Little Nettie [?], a regular oyster-shucker in Alabama Canning Co. She speaks no English. Note the condition of her shoes, caused by standing on the rough shells so much, a common sight. Location: Bayou La Batre, Alabama." Photograph by Lewis Hine. February, 1911.
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1911 LITTLE GIRL OYSTER SHUCKERS PORT ROYAL SC PHOTO
This photograph shows "Josie, six year old, Bertha, six years old, Sophie, 10 years old, all shuck regularly. Maggioni Canning Co. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina." February, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1911 LITTLE JULIA CHILD LABOR LOUISIANA HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Little Julia tending the baby at home. All the older ones are at the factory. She shucks also. Alabama Canning Co.,. Location: Bayou La Batre, Alabama." February, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1911 LITTLE RICHARD 5 YEAR OLD NEWSIE RICHMOND PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Richard Green, (with hat), 5 year old newsie, Richmond, Va. Willie---, who said he was 8. (Compare them.) Many of these little newsboys here. Location: Richmond, Virginia, June, 1911."
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1911 LITTLE WILLIE PENNSYLVANIA MINE CHILD LABOR
"A lonely job. Waiting all alone in the dark for a trip to come through. It was so damp that Willie said he had to go to the doctor for his cough. A short distance from here, the gas was pouring into the mine so rapidly that it made a great torch when the foreman lit it. Lives at 164 Center St., Pittston, Pa. This is Willie Bryden, a nipper. Been working there 4 mos. 500 ft. from the shaft, and a quarter of a mile underground from there. Shaft #6 Pa. Coal Co. Walls have been whiterewashed to make it lighter. Jan 16 I found Willie at home sick, His mother admitted he is only 13 yrs old; will be 14 next July. She said 4 months after the mine boss told the father to take Willie to work, and they obtained a certificate from Squire Barrett. The only thing the squire could do was to make Willie out to be 16 yrs. Willie's father & brother are miners and the home is that of a frugal German family. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania. January, 1922"
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1911 MASSACHUSETTS CHILD LABOR MILL HINE PHOTO
Here is another in the continuing series of compelling child labor photographs that I have been listing. Here is the archival entry for this one: "A group of mill workers. Albert Duquette on top. Eclippse [i.e., Eclipse] Mills, North Adams, Mass. 1911. Noon. Richard K. Conant, Witness. Location: North Adams, Massachusetts. Aug, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine."
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1911 NEGRO CHILD LABOR VIRGINIA GLASS FACTORY PHOTO
This photograph is another in a series of social documentary photographs by Lewis Hine that I have been offering.
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1911 NORFOLK VA BICYCLE MESSENGER CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph "A typical group of Postal Messengers in Norfolk, Va. Smallest on left end, Wilmore Johnson, been there one year. Works days only. The Postal boys are not nearly so young, in Norfolk and also in other Virginia cities, as are the Western Union boys. Location: Norfolk, Virginia." June, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1911 OYSTER SHUCKER LITTLE GIRL BALTIMORE CHILD PHOTO
This photograph shows "Annie Delcher, eight-year-old oyster shucker from Baltimore. Location: Dunbar, Louisiana," March, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine
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1911 PITTSTON PA CHILD LABOR COAL MINER MULE  PHOTO
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"Holding the door open while a trip[?] goes through. Willie Bryden, a nipper, 164 Center St. A lonely job. Waiting all alone in the dark for a trip to come through. It was so damp that Willie said he had to be doctoring all the time for his cough. A short distance from here, the gas was pouring into the mine so rapidly that it made a great torch when the foreman lit it. Willie had been working here for four months, 500 feet down the shaft, and a quarter of a mile underground from there. (Shaft #6 Pennsylvania Coal Co.) Walls have been whitewashed to make it lighter. January 16th, I found Willie at home sick, His mother admitted that he is only 13 yrs old; will be 14 next July. Said that 4 mos. ago the mine boss told the father to take Willie to work, and that they obtained the certificate from Squire Barrett. (The only thing the Squire could do was to make Willie out to be 16 yrs old.) Willie's father and brother are miners and the home is that of a frugal German family. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania." January, 1911. Photograph by Lewis Hine
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1912 CHILD LABOR PICKING COTTON BELLS TEXAS HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "All these children five years, six years, seven years, nine years and two a little older, were picking cotton on H.M. Lane's farm Bells, Tex. Only one adult, an aunt was picking. Father was plowing. Edith five years, (see preceding photo) picks all day. "Hughie" six years old, girl, picks all day. Alton, seven years old, picks fifty pounds a day. Ruth, nine years old, picks seventy-five pounds a day. Rob and Lee are about ten or eleven years old. The very young children like to pick, but before long they detest it. Sun is hot, hours long, bags heavy. Location: Bells, Texas." Photograph by Lewis Hine, 1912.
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1912 CHILD LABOR WASHINGTON DC DELIVERY BOY PHOTO
This is another in the child labor series that I have been posting recently. Here is the description that accompanied it at the archive: "10:30 P.M. At Center Market. 11 yr. old Celery Vendor Gus Strateges, 212 Jackson Hall Alley. He sold until 11 P.M. and was out again Sunday morning selling papers and gum. Has been in this country only a year and a half. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia. April, 1912."
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1912 ELM POOL HALL NEW BEDFORD MA LEWIS HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Elm Pool Room (inside): Nathan Sher, 69 Walden St. William Donovan, Elm Pool Room. George, 28 Elm St. (youngest pin boy). Bill Simmons (manager). Frank Worcester, 28 Elm St. Alton Tripp, 31 High St. Theodore Lewis, Elm Pool Room. Donnie Murray, Elm Pool Room. Joe Correia, 36 Elm St. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts." Photograph by Lewis Hine. January, 1912.
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1912 LITTLE BERTHA OYSTER SHUCKER CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows; "Bertha, one of the six-year old shuckers. Began work at 4 A.M. Maggioni Canning Co. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina," February, 1912. Photograph by Lewis Hine.
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1912 LITTLE NEWSGIRL DOESN'T KNOW HER NAME NJ PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Little girl, apparently 6 yrs. old - but didn't know her name or age - tending stand at Washington and 3rd St. for older sister (#3234). Saloon on corner. 3 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey." Photograph by Lewis Hine. December, 1912.
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1912 PROVIDENCE RI NEWS GIRL CHILD LABOR HINE PHOTO
This photograph shows "Irene Cohen, ten-year-old Newsgirl, Providence, R.I. (For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.) Location: Providence, Rhode Island, November, 1912."
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1913 4 YEAR OLD COTTON PICKER WAXAHACHIE TEXAS PHOTO
his photograph shows: "Four year old cotton picker. A regular worker on farm. Scene on farm of S.N.[?] Whiteside. Children come out here from the town to pick cotton outside of school hours. Ages range from four and six years (ages of the two youngest boys who pick regularly) up to fifteen and more. Two adults. Location: Waxahachie [vicinity], Texas," October, 1913. Photograph by Lewis Hine
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1913 7 LITTLE ROSIE OYSTER SHUCKER CHILD LABOR PHOTO
This photograph shows: "7-year old Rosie. Regular oyster shucker. Her second year at it. Illiterate. Works all day. Shucks only a few pots a day. (Showing process) Varn & Platt Canning Co. Location: Bluffton, South Carolina." February, 1913. Photograph by Lewis Hine
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