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    February 1912. Port Royal, South Carolina. "'We give them houses to live in". About 50 persons housed in this miserable row of dilapidated shacks located on an old shell-pile and partly surrounded by a tidal marsh. Maggioni Canning Co. Lewis Wickes Hine.

    By 1911, Stanislaus Beauvais had already worked in this Massachusetts factory for two years.

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    January 1909. "One of several youngsters I found in Tampa Cigar Box Factory. They are reported to have many children when work is rushing. About 10 young boys and girls, 300 employees."Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

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    December 1911. Family of Mrs. Mette making flowers in a very dirty tenement. Josephine, 13, helps outside school hours until 9 P.M. She is soon to be 14 and expects to go to work in an embroidery factory. Says she worked in that factory all last summer. Nicholas, 6 years old and Johnnie, 8 yrs. The old work some. All together earn only 40 to 50 cents a day. Baby (20 months old) plays with the flowers, and they expect he can help a little before long. The father drives a coach irregularly.

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    Two women welders at Wagner Electric Company. Photograph by Oscar C. Kuehn, 1942-45. Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collections. Industrial Buildings. N34597.

    An unidentified woman who worked at the Four Wheel Drive factory in Clintonville assembling trucks during World War I. She is wearing a special uniform for women workers (c.1918). #vintage #WW1 #homefront


    A to Z: 1933. Alphabet tabbing books. what a job

    A photograph of a farm worker bringing in the harvest, Sussex, taken in July 1937 by Edward G Malindine for the Daily Herald.

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