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denni • 2 years ago

This snapshot from the 1913-14 album was taken in July 1914 on board ship en route to England and shows the photograph owner’s mother as a baby in a pram, with her nanny and father. (Claire Dulanty)

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'Four-year-old Mary shucks two pots of oysters a day at Dunbar. She also tends the baby when she's not working! The boss said that next year Mary will work steady as the rest of them. The mother is the fastest shucker in the place. Earns 1.50 a day. Works part of the time with her sick baby in her arms. Father works on the dock. Location: Dunbar, Louisiana. 1911.'