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Allie Reid
Allie Reid • 1 year ago

January 19, 1909. Macon, Georgia. "Some adolescents in Bibb Mill No. 1." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine. This photo of young Southern girls was taken 102 years ago. My grandmother was born 1892; when she was 8 years old, she began work in a cotton mill (Pearle Mill, Elbert county, GA), in 1900.

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