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Lewis Hine

Two Children in a Window, Pittsburgh

posthumous reprint

Lewis Hine

Two 7 year old Nashville newsies, profane and smart, selling Sunday. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

1910

Lewis Hine

Evensong. House of Slovak Steel Workers Near Pittsburgh

1908

Lewis Hine

Mother and Child Working at Kitchen Table

1910

Lewis Hine

So This is America, Ellis Island, 1905

1905, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Cotton Picker, Oklahoma, October

1931, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Child Labor, Tobacco Fields, Connecticut

1916, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Steelworkers at the Russian Boarding House, Homestead, Pennsylvania.

1907-1908, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Power House Mechanic

1925, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Old Cellar Bakery (Monroe Street, NYC)

1910, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Making Pittsburgh Stogies

1909, printed posthumously

Lewis Hine

Lunchtime, New York City

1915, printed posthumously
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