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A worker hanging on to two steel beams by Lewis Wickes Hine Source: Photographs of the Empire State Building under construction

Child laborers in the Pennsylvania   coal mining industry, 1911.   Photo by Lewis Hine.

This is a photograph of breaker boys – child labor used to separate coal from slate. This image helped lead the nation to outlaw child labor. The photo was taken by Lewis Hine who traveled the United States taking photographs of child laborer.

The Sky Boy ~ The Empire State Building ~ 1931  Photograph by Lewis Hine ~   From Photography: A new vision of the world 1891 ~ 1940 ~

the sky boy (icarus atop empire state building), 1931 photo by lewis hine, from photography: a new vision of the world

Lewis Hine: The child labour photos that shamed America

Lewis Hine: The child labour photos that shamed America

… Manhattan, Hine used his photographs to campaign for social reform. In 1908 the then-sociology professor was hired by the National Child Labor Committee

Lewis Hine Photographie sociale - devoir de voir Tiny 7 year old Ferris, a newsie ~ Mobile, Alabama. By Lewis Hine.

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Tiny 7 year old Ferris, a newsie ~ Mobile, Alabama. By Lewis Hine.

lewis hine photographs | Spinners and doffers in Lancaster Cotton Mills. Dozens of them in this ...

Spinners and doffers in Lancaster Cotton Mills.Dozens of them in this mill. Lancaster, S.C, Lewis Wickes Hine, photographer. From the series: National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine

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

Lewis Hine Steelworker standing on beam, 1931 From George Eastman House. It's a looooong way down.

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.

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