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-Potencia mecánica-. Lewis Hine (1920)

This is an iconic Lewis Hine photograph from created for the Works Progress Administration. It appears in the articles Lewis Hine, Masculinity, Survey Graphic, and Mechanic.

'Mecánico en una bomba de vapor de una central eléctrica', 1920. Colección George Eastman House, 2012.

El fotógrafo de los trabajadores

Lewis Hine, Mechanic at the pump in steam power plant, 1920 beautifully Semiotical, his form is contained in the metal circle like a child in the womb.

"Powerhouse mechanic"- Lewis Hine- 1920

Lewis Hine Power House Mechanic Working on Steam Pump, 1920 by Lewis Hine. I'm drawn to the black and white pictures - the obvious strength of the man and his "partner" the machinery.

LegoLenta. This is an iconic Lewis Hine photograph from 1920, created for the Works Progress Administration. It appears in the articles Lewis Hine, Masculinity, Survey Graphic, and Mechanic.

This is an iconic Lewis Hine photograph from created for the Works Progress Administration. It appears in the articles Lewis Hine, Masculinity, Survey Graphic, and Mechanic.

Empire state building - travailleur 2

A donner le vertige

Powerhouse  A Lego recreation of Lewis Hine's 1920 photograph of a power house mechanic working on a steam pump.

Powerhouse A Lego recreation of Lewis Hine's 1920 photograph of a power house mechanic working on a steam pump.

Lewis Hine Powerhouse Mechanic

re-imagined photos with legos. classic american photo on the right, Mike Stimpson lego pic on the left.

LEGO construction workers eat their lunches atop a steel beam 800 feet above ground, at the building site of the RCA Building in Rockefeller Center.

Photographer Mike Stimpson recreated famous photos, like the iconic "Lunch Atop a Skyscraper" with Legos. It would be SO fun to recreate famous photographs using Legos as part of an art unit with the kids.

Jane Austen's History of England, Beowulf, Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Malory's "Le Morte Darthur" etc.

Source based essay history of computer Free essay on History of Computers and Personal Computing available totally free at the largest free essay community.

A transcript of an interview that Albert Handaly (953rd Field Artillery Battalion, Fifth Corps Artillery, First Army - during WWII) did with the Rutgers Univiversity Oral History Project. In this, he talks about leaving New York City, NY in February 1943 on the USS Anne Arundel; then, zig zagging across the Atlantic toward Barry Dock, Wales.

a collection of interviews with Rutgers alumni who served in the armed forces. An interesting glimpse in to memories of difficult times.

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