Lewis Hine, Mechanic at the pump in steam power plant, 1920

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.

...¨Lunch atop a Skyscraper¨  -1932, Sept. 29. First published @ New York Herald Tribune -Oktober 2

Lunch atop a Skyscraper (New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam) is a famous photograph taken by Charles C. Ebbets during construction of the GE Building at Rockefeller Center in (Photographer: Charles C. Ebbets) I still can't believe this.

Lewis Hine. This picture portrays the contrast between the emotion on the boys face with the work hes doing

Dangerous: Child chimney sweeps often had to crawl through holes only wide - and cruel masters would light fires to make them climb faster. Many fell to their deaths.

"A moments glimpse of the outer world.  Said she was 10 years old. Been working over a year." North Carolina, Lewis Hine, 1908

Lewis Hine "A moments glimpse of the outer world. Said she was 10 years old. Been working over a year.

Lewis Hine: Tipple boy 1908

Lewis Hine

Lewis Wickes Hine, A young mine worker: Turkey Knob Coal Mine, Macdonald, West Virginia, 1908 So young to do such a hard job ~ Now days you would be reported to child labor American Honey A Country Girl

Child cotton picker, photo by Lewis W. Hine Before the 1940s, most farmers did not own land, but worked as sharecroppers. The whole family was essential to help with the harvest, and poor families took on extra work. Everyone pitched in, because survival depended on it.

child cotton picker // lewis w. hine // ca.I picked cotton 'till my fingers hurt, dragging that sack through the delta dirt.

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Lewis Hines. Happy Labor Day.

Lewis Hines

Cotton-Mill Worker, North Carolina, Lewis Wickes Hine, Hine photographed children at work to convince lawmakers to change child labor laws.

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ This is my favourite photograph by Lewis Hine taken in 1918. A young boy with such a cherubic face and a headful of curls - sent to work far too young in life. His sweet, soulful, exhausted expression is haunting.

Lewis Hine, gamin de Paris, Lewis Wickes Hine was an American sociologist and photographer. Hine used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States.

1910 - Addie Laird, 12-yr-old spinner in cotton mill By Lewis Hine

From 1908 to Lewis Hine collected visual evidence of the nation's youngest workers. Hine described this young mill worker, Addie Card, as an "anemic little spinner." She was photographed in 1910 at the North Pownal Cotton Mill in Vermont.

Lewis W. Hine-photographer mostly of child labor and working class conditions.

One of the underprivileged, Hull House, Chicago by Lewis Wickes Hine -A beautiful, sad face.

Lewis Hine  Steelworker standing on beam, 1931  From George Eastman House

I *love* this picture, of the steelworker touching the tip of the Chrysler. Lewis Hine Steelworker standing on beam, 1931 From George Eastman House

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