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LL/39706
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Joseph Philip, 5 Wall St., pin boy in Les Miserables Bowling Alley, said 11 years old and worked until midnight every night: said he made $2.25 last week and $1.76 the week before. Location: Lowell, Massachusetts 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1911, October 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-02384 (color digital file from b&w original print) LC-USZ62-97585 (b&w film copy negative) 
  
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LL/39708
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Manuel, the young shrimp-picker, five years old, and a mountain of child-labor oyster shells behind him. He worked last year. Understands not a word of English. Dunbar, Lopez, Dukate Company. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1911, February 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00828 (color digital file from b&w original print) LC-USZ62-55649 (b&w film copy negative) LC-USZ6-1306 (b&w film copy negative) 
  
43 
  
LL/2845
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
NYC, 1911, Entire Family Making Garters (Suspenders) 
1911 
Gelatin silver print 
4 9/16 x 6 5/8 
Barry Singer Gallery 
44 
  
LL/39678
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Amelia Louise Sousa, 12 years old. Picks 22 measures. Balmeda 4 years old. Children said she doesn't pick, but she was picking just the same. Location: Falmouth -Baker Bog, Massachusetts. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1911, September 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00178 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
45 
  
LL/39694
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Little Teeny, one of the smallest oyster shuckers at Pass Christian, Miss. Did not know how old she was. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1911, February 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00851 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39712
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
A husky tinsmith who works 8 hours a day, much of it out-doors. Compare him with some of our adolescent boys and girls who work in close confinement of the cotton mill 10 hours a day. Location: Northampton, Massachusetts. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1912, August 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-02626 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
47 
  
LL/39713
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Happy but thoughtless. The messenger service is poor training for him. (Works for Dime Messenger Service). Location: [Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1912, April 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-03791 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39696
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Philip Descon [i.e., Deacon?], 34 Charter Street, about 10 years old. Didn't know age (nor name very well). Location: Boston, Massachusetts. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1912, August 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-04240 (color digital file from b&w original print) LC-USZ62-68438 (b&w film copy negative) 
  
49 
  
LL/8630
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
In comparison with governmental affairs newsies are small matters. This photo taken in the shadow of the National Capitol where the laws are made. This group of young newsboys sells on the Capitol grounds every day. 
1912, April 
 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
LC-DIG-nclc-03762 - color digital file from b&w original print 
  
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LL/39705
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
A 12 year old knitter in the Rome Hosiery Mill. Been there some time. Earns four to five dollars a week. Location: Rome, Georgia. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1913, April 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-02771 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39680
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Madeline Causey ten year old worker in Merrimack Mills. Been working there for four months. Fills batteries. Her mother said she was born July 7, 1903. Location: Huntsville, Alabama. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1913, November 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-02892 (color digital file from b&w original print) LC-USZ62-74044 (b&w film copy negative) 
  
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LL/39715
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Whistle blows noon Opelika Cotton Mill. Smallest girl in photograph is Velma Smith a tiny little spinner with a steady job all day. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1914, October 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-02929 (color digital file from b&w original print) LC-USZ62-84578 (b&w film copy negative) 
  
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LL/39714
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Nine year old Mollie Keller and her two sisters, 10 and 13 yrs old, pulling beets. The overalls are used by many girls and women. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1915, October 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00319 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
54 
  
LL/39716
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Three-year old Hilda, who is beginning beet work on a Wisconsin farm. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1915, July 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00282 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
55 
  
LL/12702
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
15 Year Old Driver of Oil Wagon and His 10 Year Old Helper 
1916 
Gelatin silver print 
4 1/2 x 6 1/2 in 
Lee Gallery 
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (V1170) 
  
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LL/39720
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Louis Pelissier, 29 8th St., 16 year old (May 16, 1916) applicant 2nd grade - deficient mentality. Doesn't know name of place where he is going to work. Made it out for Small's mill, they weren't sure. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1916, 19 June 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-05059 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39717
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
James Donovan - Irish Sweeper in Fall River Iron Works. Said he was 17 years. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1916, 17 June 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-05054 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39719
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Herschel Bonham, Route A, Box 118, an 11-year-old boy cultivating peas. He belongs to a cotton club in school. Father says he can pick 200 pounds of cotton a day. Location: Lawton, Oklahoma 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1917, April 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-00676 (color digital file from b&w original print) 
  
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LL/39688
ThumbnailLewis W. Hine 
Doffer in a Lincolnton, (N.C.) mill. Location: Lincolnton, North Carolina. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1918, November 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA 
  

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