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Child Labor Exposed: The Legacy of Photographer Lewis Hine - New England Historical Society

Child Labor Exposed: The Legacy of Photographer Lewis Hine - New England Historical Society

Tony Soccha, young, been working a year, bobbin boy by Lewis Hine 1911 [This could be my grandfather, who started as a bobbin boy at age 12.]

Tony Soccha, young, been working a year, bobbin boy by Lewis Hine 1911 [This could be my grandfather, who started as a bobbin boy at age 12.]

Breaker boys. Smallest is Angelo Ross. Hughestown Borough Coal Co. Pittston, Pa, January 1911, via Flickr.

Breaker boys. Smallest is Angelo Ross. Hughestown Borough Coal Co. Pittston, Pa, January 1911, via Flickr.

Under Privileged Hull House, 1910 by Lewis Hine.  I had this photo on my wall at work when I worked with a foster child placement agency.  This little guy did something to my heart.

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Under Privileged Hull House, 1910 by Lewis Hine. I had this photo on my wall at work when I worked with a foster child placement agency. This little guy did something to my heart.

The History Place - Child Labor in America: Investigative Photos of Lewis Hine

The History Place - Child Labor in America: Investigative Photos of Lewis Hine

Two of the helpers in the Tifton Cotton Mill at Tifton, Georgia, 1909

Two of the helpers in the Tifton Cotton Mill at Tifton, Georgia, 1909

November 1912. "Pitching Pennies. Providence, Rhode Island. For Child Welfare Exhibit." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine.

November 1912. "Pitching Pennies. Providence, Rhode Island. For Child Welfare Exhibit." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine.

The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - Newsies

The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - Newsies

© Lewis Hine

© Lewis Hine

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