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A Bowery bootblack in New York City.

Photographer Lewis Hine's original caption: Bowery bootblack, New York City, June Photo by Lewis Hine from the records of the Children's Bureau, U. National Archives Photo Hine is best know

Shoe Shiners taking a lunch break, NYC, 1947. Photo by 19 year-old Stanley Kubrick.

Shoe Shiners take a lunch break, NYC, Photo by 19 year-old Stanley Kubrick.

Lewis Hine. One of the spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mill, December 1908. National Archives via Flickr.

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

Construction workers assembling the framework of the mooring mast of the Empire State Building, New York City, c. 1931.  Lewis W. Hine/George Eastman House/Getty Images

Low angle view of male construction workers assembling the framework of the mooring mast of the Empire State Building during its construction, New York City. Erstklassige Nachrichtenbilder in hoher Auflösung bei Getty Images

Six O'clock. Sloan worked several jobs in draughtsmanship, etching, and making commercial artwork before he attended The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where he studied under Thomas Pollock Anshutz.

Sloan, John [American Ashcan School Painter, Six O'Clock, Winter 1912 Oil on canvas 66 x cm x 32 in.) The Phillips Collection, Washington

"Share Cropper's Wife"  Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange (Hoboken, 26 maggio 1895 – San Francisco, 11 ottobre Near Buckeye, Maricopa County, Arizona Migrant African-American Cotton Picker and Her Baby.

[ child miner, circa 1900 ]  Next time you think you're having a bad day at the office…

A trapper boy in Turkey Knob Mine, Macdonald, W. The picture was taken more than a mile inside the mine. The boy had to stoop for the photo on account of the low roof.

construction New York City

"Steelworker touching the tip of the Chrysler Building" :: NYC, NY 1931 :: Photographer Lewis Hine.

Reprint of a Russian Vintage Communist Propaganda Poster

The Greatest Soviet Propaganda Posters Ever: "Lenin Lived, Lenin lives, Lenin will live forever!" (Isn't that a reboot of Catholiv Mass? "Christ has died, Christ is Risen, Christ will come again?