Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - A Variety of Jobs
The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - A Variety of Jobs: A Bowery bootblack in New York City.
Scotts' Run, West Virginia. Miner's child digging coal from mine refuse (Mexican). Bertha Hollow, 1936
Original Caption: Scotts' Run, West Virginia. Miner's child digging coal from mine refuse (Mexican). Bertha Hollow, 1936 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 69-RP-76 Photographer: Hine, Lewis Subjects: The New Deal Tennessee Valley Authority Works Progress Administration Work Portraits The Great Depression Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/518361 Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College…
With His Camera, Lewis W. Hine Changed How We See American Labor
Lewis W. Hine. America at Work, a new book from Taschen, chronicles Lewis W. Hine's early 20th-century career photographing the problems and triumphs of labor.
The little hands that built America: Pictures of child workers in mills, cotton fields and on city streets before revolutionary labor laws came to pass
Clockwise from bottom left, a little girl needs a box to reach the machine for her job as a knitter at a factory in Loudon, Tennessee in 1908; Jewel and Harold Walker, pictured aged six and five years respectively in 1916, picked 25 pounds of cotton every day in Geronimo, Oklahoma; boys sell fruit at the Indianapolis Market in 1908.
Stunning Colorized Photos Show Child Laborers in Early 20th Century America
Photographer Lewis Hine documented at the beginning of the 20th century and during more than ten years, the tough daily life of children wor...
Documenting child labor in the Congo
National Geographic photographer Marcus Bleasdale has spent decades finding beauty in trauma. His recent work in the Congo is featured in the magazine's 125t...
23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America
During the Industrial Revolution, children often worked some of the most hazardous jobs in America.