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    Date: January 1909 Location: Tampa, Florida Young boys working as cigar makers at the Englahardt & Co., Image by Library of Congress / National Child Labor Committee Collection photo Lewis Hine

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    The photos that changed America's child labor laws: Harrowing images of children as young as three forced to do back-breaking work in fields, factories and mines. A young cigar maker in Tampa, Florida smokes in this picture taken in 1909. Hine wrote that the boys looked under 14 and that all the youngsters smoked

  • The Sociological Cinema

    Pictured here are three young cigarmakers working for Englahardt & Co. According to photographer Lewis Hine, "These boys looked under 14. Work was slack and youngsters were not being employed much. Labor told me in busy times many small boys and girls are employed. Youngsters all smoke," Jan. 1909 - Photo credit: Lewis Hine - Hine was an American sociologis and used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws.

  • Andrew W Morse

    young cigarmakers, Tampa, Florida (1909) by American sociologist and photographer Lewis Wickes Hine (1874-1940), who used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States

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