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Lewis Hine in Hastings-on-Hudson BIBLIOGRAPHY:
America & Lewis Hine: Photographs, 1904-1940. Foreword by Walter Rosenblum; biographical notes by Naomi Rosenblum; essay by Alan Trachtenberg; design by Marvin Israel. New York, N.Y.: Aperture Monographs, 1977.
Beck, Tom. “Duality in Lewis Hine's Child Labor Photographs.” In Priceless Children American Photographs 1890-1925 Child Labor and the Pictorialist Ideal. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Weatherspoon Art Museum, 2001.
Curtis, Verna Posever and Stanley Mallach. Photography and Reform: Lewis Hine & the National Child Labor Committee. Milwaukee, Wisc.: Milwaukee Art Museum, 1984.
Doherty, Jonathan L., ed. Women at Work: 153 Photographs by Lewis W. Hine. New York, N.Y.: Dover Publications, in association with George Eastman House (Rochester), 1981.
Freedman, Russell. Kids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Against Child Labor. New York, N.Y.: Clarion Books, 1994.
Gutman, Judith Mara. Lewis W. Hine and the American Social Conscience. New York, N.Y.: Walker and Company, 1967.
Gutman, Judith Mara. Lewis W. Hine, 1874-1940: Two Perspectives. London: Studio Vista, 1974.
Kaplan, Daile. Lewis Hine in Europe: The Lost Photographs. New York, N.Y. :Abbeville Press, 1988
Kaplan, Daile, ed. Photo Story: Selected Letters and Photographs of Lewis W. Hine. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.
Kemp, John R. Lewis Hine: Photographs of Child Labor in the New South. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 1986.
Langer, Freddy. Lewis W. Hine: The Empire State Building. Munich; New York: Prestel Publishing, 1998.
Nasaw, David. Children of the City: At Work and At Play. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1985.
Panzer, Mary. Lewis Hine. London ; New York : Phaidon, 2002.
Perrier, Frédéric. M.A thesis: Immigration and Social Reform: Lewis Hine, His Patterns of Personal Growth and Creative Expression - 1874-1918 Advisor: Pr. John Dean. Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. 2002.
Perrier, Frédéric. D.E.A thesis: Lewis Hine: Influences et Etude Biographique - 1874-1901 (Lewis Hine: Influences and Biographical Study - 1874-1901) Advisors: Pr. John Dean and Pr. Jacques Pothier. Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. 2004.
Rosenblum, Naomi (introduction) avec la collaboration de Walter Rosenblum. Lewis W. Hine. Paris, France: Centre National de la Photographie, 1992.
Stange, Maren. “The Pittsburgh Survey: Lewis Hine and the Establishment of Documentary Style.” In: Symbols of Ideal Life - Social Documentary Photography in America. New York, N.Y. : Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Trachtenberg, Alan. “Camera Work/Social Work.” In: Reading American Photographs; Images as History, Mathew Brady to Walker Evans. New York, N.Y.: Hill and Wang, 1989.
Relating to the National Child Labor Commitee:
Trattner, Walter I. Crusade for the Children: A History of The National Child Labor Committee and Child Labor Reform in America. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1970.
America and Lewis Hine. A film by Nina Rosenblum and Daniel V. Allentuck. New York, NY.: The Cinema Guild, 1984.
Child Labor in the Carolinas. [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, Under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee. Originally published 1909. Electronic Edition. Academic Affairs Library, UNC-CH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. [Accessed, March 28, 2006]
George Eastman House: [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
Lewis Wickes Hine - Let Children Be Children (travelling exhibit)
Lewis Wickes Hine - Ellis Island Series.
Lewis Wickes Hine - Empire State Building Series
Lewis Wickes Hine - Selected Prints
Lewis Wickes Hine (negatives)
Lewis Wickes Hine. J. Paul Getty Trust - Explore Art Collections. [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
Lewis Wickes Hine: The Construction of the Empire State Building, 1930-1931, New York Public Library. [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
Lewis Wickes Hine’s Work Portraits. New York Public Library. [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
National Child Labor Committee - NCLC Fact Sheet. KAPOW (Kids and the Power of Work). [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
Photography by Lewis Hine at the Library of Congress. [Accessed: March 28, 2006}
Troncale, Anthony T. About Lewis Wickes Hine. New York Public Library Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs Photography Collection. [Accessed: March 28, 2006]
University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Photographs of child laborers for the National Child Labor Committee in 32 states. [Accessed: March 28, 2006}