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Lewis W. Hine

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Children Balance on Rail in South Dakota. Photo from Black Star, I just love this image. Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Photo Black, Lewis Wickes Hine, Street Photography, Art Photography, Foto Picture, Foto Poster, Photo Vintage

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Johnson Family -- father unemployed -photograph by Lewis Hine, March at Scott's Run, West Virginia Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, Shorpy Historical Photos, Historical Pictures, Fotografia Social, Johnson Family, Great Depression

Hard Times: 1937

March 1937. Scott's Run, West Virginia. "Johnson family -- father unemployed." Photograph by Lewis Hine

Humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, who used his eye-catching snaps to call for social reform, took the pictures while working for the American Red Cross. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, American Red Cross, Coal Mining, Angst, The Good Old Days

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A worker riding on a crane hook ca. Empire State Building, New York, photo by Lewis Hine Empire State Building, World Trade Center, Lewis Wickes Hine, New York Landmarks, Fotografia Social, Eugene Smith, Great Depression, Vintage New York, Vintage Men

Hine, Lewis (1874-1940) - 1931 Worker Riding on Crane Hook

Lewis Hine, who was best known for his use of photography as a means to achieve social reform, was first a teacher of botany and nature studies at the Ethical Culture School in New York. It was while he was teaching that he was given a camera by the head of the school. In his hand, the camera became a powerful means of recording social injustice and labor abuses. Hine's interest in social welfare and in reform movements led him in 1905 to begin his first documentary series; immigrants on…

Lewis Hine, Child Picking Long Island Potatoes, c. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, Fotografia Social, Long Island, American Children, Old Farm, Interesting History

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 "Doffers in Pell City Cotton Mill. Superintendent of mill is also Mayor of Pell City." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine for the National Child Labor Committee. Alabama, Pell City, Shorpy Historical Photos, Fotografia Social, Cotton Mill, Lewis Hine, Black And White City, Kaiser, Working With Children

Pell City Doffers: 1910 high-resolution photo

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Old Time Freight Brakeman – New York Central by Lewis Hine, The Met’s Photography Department Medium: Gelatin silver print Gift of Joyce F. Menschel, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,. Hard Working Man, Working People, August Sander, Lewis Hine, Old Trains, Train Pictures, New York Central, Of Mice And Men, Men Street

Lewis Hine | [Man and Freight Train] | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

[Man and Freight Train] Lewis Hine (American, 1874–1940) Date: 1910s

The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - Group Portraits: At 5 p., boys going home from Monougal Glass Works. One boy remarked, De place is lousey wid kids. Fairmont West Virginia, Virginia Occidental, West Virginia History, Fotografia Social, Lewis Hine, Rare Historical Photos, Marion County, Appalachian Mountains, Appalachian People

Boys going home from Monougal Glass Works. A native remark, "De place is lousey wid kids", October 1908

Original Caption: 5 pm. Boys going home from Monougal Glass Works. A native remark, "De place is lousey wid kids." Fairmont, W. Va, October 1908 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 102-LH-185 Photographer: Hine, Lewis Subjects: Child Labor National Child Labor Committee Working Conditions Factory Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/523094 Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601…

The Unwritten Record – Exploring History with the National Archives Special Media Division Antique Photos, Vintage Photos, Wisconsin, Lewis Hine, New York, National Archives, Working People, 50 Shades Of Grey, Working With Children

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Stevenson, Alabama, a young boy joins the workers==vintage everyday: Vintage Portraits of Child Labor in the United States in the Early Century Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Men's Vintage, Vintage Black, Lewis Wickes Hine, Alabama, Shorpy Historical Photos, Wisconsin, High Resolution Photos

Motley Crew: 1913 high-resolution photo

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