November 1938. "Lower Douglas Street, Omaha, Nebraska
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Negro life in Washington." Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative, Library of Congress
worked for several years. Works nine hours. Day shift one week, night shift next week. Gets $1.25 per day." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine
Great Falls Manufacturing Co. Smallest boy is Alfred Ouellet, 212 Main Street. Fat boy is Willie Laudry, 35 South St. Boy on right hand end is Napoleon St. Lawrence, 23 Union Street.
Five Little Naons: 1912
Simon Birdsong: 1914August 1911. New Bedford, Massachusetts. "John Bachman, 22 Nelson Street, Ward 6. Works in drawing-in room at Acushnet Mill. 14 years old." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine
11 a.m. May 9, 1910. St. Louis, Missouri. "Newsies at Skeeter's branch. They were all smoking."
May 1910. St. Louis, Missouri. "Boy named Gurley. An eight year old newsie. 18th & Washington Streets.
"Helen Marye." Circa 1915 in Washington. Future socialite Helen was daughter of George Marye, ambassador to Russia. Harris & Ewing Collection
March 1917. Muskogee, Oklahoma. "Play-time at the Oklahoma School for the Blind. Children have a great deal of freedom (Ellis Report)
November 1912. Providence, Rhode Island. "Girls 6, 9 and 11 years old, working on chain-bags in home of Mrs. Antonio Caruso, 132 Knight Street."
"Dog Show. Miss Rochester, 1915."
Heat wave in New York. July 6, 1911. "Licking blocks of ice on a hot day."
April 22, 1912. Our second look at Lolo (Michel) and Edmond Navratil, survivors of the Titanic disaster whose father went down with the ship
"Lincoln Memorial. July 16, 1926."
Washington, D.C., circa 1931. "Child seated in toy automobile."
1926. "Jimmie Jr., Jane, Joan, Jean Davis (Lee Hart job)."
The clarinetist Ross Gorman and daughter circa 1920 in New York City. 5x7 glass negative, George Grantham Bain Collection
Santa's Little Helper: 1924