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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Lewis W. Hine

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Lewis W. Hine
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"Village" Boys at the Recreation Room (School Buildings) 
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"Village" Girls at the Girls' Club Room (School Buildings) 
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Frederick H. Charles Sr. Local police commissioner and village trustee. 
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Lewis W. Hine [Attributed to]
Hine Photographing for ARC in Europe, Soldiers 
1903-1938 (ca)
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Lewis W. Hine [Attributed to]
L.W.H. Silhouette 
1903-1938 (ca)
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Lewis W. Hine [Attributed to]
Portrait of Lewis Hine 
1903-1938 (ca)
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Lewis W. Hine
A Madonna of the Tenements 
1905
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Lewis W. Hine
National Child Labor Committee. No. 191. Frank, a Miner Boy, going home. About 14 years old: has worked in the mine helping father pick and load for three years: was in hospital one year, when leg had been crushed by coal car. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1906, October (uncertain)
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Children of Night Superintendent 
1908
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Evensong. House of Slovak steel workers near Pittsburgh 
[Pittsburgh Survey] 
1908
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Lewis W. Hine
One of Many Young Boys on Night Shift in a West Virginia Glass Factory 
1908
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Spinner, 51 inches high, Whitnel, North Carolina 
1908
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Vance, a trapper boy, coal mine 
1908
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Boy Pulling Beets- Sterling, Colorado 
1908 (ca)
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Spinner, 51 inches high, Whitnel, North Carolina 
1908 (taken) 1920s-1930s (ca, print)
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Lewis W. Hine
Ivey Mill. Little one, 3 years old, who visits and plays in the mill. Daughter of the overseer. Hickory, N.C. 
1908, 12 November
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Some of the doffers and the Supt. Ten small boys and girls about this size out of a force of 40 employees. Catawba Cotton Mill. Newton, NC 
1908, 21 December
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Sadie Pfeifer, 48 inches high, has worked half a year. One of the many small children at work in Lancaster Cotton Mills 
1908, 30 November
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Greel's Shoe-shining Parlor, Indianapolis, Ind. Said he was 15 years old. Works some nights until 11. Taken at 10 P.M. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, August
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A typical spinner. Mamie -- Lancaster Cotton Mills, S.C. 
1908, December
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Maple Mills, Dillon, S.C. Soarbar Seris, has worked off and on in the mill for 5 years. Winds. Gets 70 cents and up. "Recon I'm about 14." Didn't look it. Has worked more nights than day time. Location: Dillon, South Carolina. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, December
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Girl in Cherryville Mill. Location: Cherryville, North Carolina 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) - Album: Mills] 
1908, November
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Johns Lewis. Springstein Mill. A typical cotton mill boy. 12 years old --1 year in mill. Weaver--4 looms. Got 40 cents at start--60 cents now. Brother and Pa, in mills. Witness S.R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, November
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Carrying-in Boy at the Lehr, (15 years old) Glass Works, Grafton, W. Va. Has worked for several years. Works nine hours. Day shift one week, night shift next week. Gets $1.25 per day. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, October
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Gastonia, N.C. Boy from Loray Mill. "Been at it right smart two years." 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, October
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Going home to lunch! Two boys from Singer Mfg. Co., Small boy -- Charles Bailey, 316 Scholum St., Is he Fourteen years old? 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, October
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Harry and Sallie. Driver in Maryland Coal Co. Mine, near Sand Lick, Grafton, W. Va. Was afraid to be photo'd because we might make him go to school. Probably 12 years old. 
[National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 
1908, October

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