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Photos photographs black and white.

Photos photographs black and white.

Selfie children phone, computer communication.

Selfie children phone, computer communication.

Camera zenith summer.

Camera zenith summer.

Cat video photo, animals.

Cat video photo, animals.

Photos camera yes cheese, animals.

Photos camera yes cheese, animals.

Photos photographs black and white.

Photos photographs black and white.

[Composite of 8 bust photos of Brig. Generals Benjamin F. Coates, George H. Cram, Francis L. Cramer, Jonathan Cranor, John C. Cox, Albemarle Cady, Dexter E. Clapp, John E. Cummins]

[Composite of 8 bust photos of Brig. Generals Benjamin F. Coates, George H. Cram, Francis L. Cramer, Jonathan Cranor, John C. Cox, Albemarle Cady, Dexter E. Clapp, John E. Cummins]

[Composite of 7 busts and 1 half-length photos of Brig. Generals A.W. Webber, C.F. Walcott, D. White, C. Wainwright, T.M. Walker, F.H. Whittier, O. Woodward, J. Woolley]

[Composite of 7 busts and 1 half-length photos of Brig. Generals A.W. Webber, C.F. Walcott, D. White, C. Wainwright, T.M. Walker, F.H. Whittier, O. Woodward, J. Woolley]

Publicity photos of (left) Mme. Adeline Dudley as the Sorrowful Mother and Mme. Vera Sergine in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 6

Publicity photos of (left) Mme. Adeline Dudley as the Sorrowful Mother and Mme. Vera Sergine in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 6

Publicity photos of Mme. Ida Rubinstein in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 5

Publicity photos of Mme. Ida Rubinstein in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 5

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith

John H. Richard's Studio

John H. Richard's Studio

[Composite of 4 photos: 1. Gen'l Grant; 2. New residence; 3. Grant's store; 4. Old residence. Galena, Ill., 1860]

[Composite of 4 photos: 1. Gen'l Grant; 2. New residence; 3. Grant's store; 4. Old residence. Galena, Ill., 1860]

[Curious effect of a hunting field constructed on Mr. Muybridge's natural principles. The picture represents a hunting episode...horses going at utmost speed. It is a careful natural representation...all positions are copied from Mr. Muybridge's photos]

[Curious effect of a hunting field constructed on Mr. Muybridge's natural principles. The picture represents a hunting episode...horses going at utmost speed. It is a careful natural representation...all positions are copied from Mr. Muybridge's photos]

[Vanderbilt mausoleum, Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, Staten Island, New York. View of interior during construction] / Long & Heppner, Photos.

[Vanderbilt mausoleum, Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, Staten Island, New York. View of interior during construction] / Long & Heppner, Photos.

Waiting while I take photos. Left to right: Hislop, Kane, Gibson.

Waiting while I take photos. Left to right: Hislop, Kane, Gibson.

New York Base Ball Club of 1886 / Photos by John Wood, 208 Bowery, New York.

New York Base Ball Club of 1886 / Photos by John Wood, 208 Bowery, New York.

New York Base Ball Club of 1886 / Photos by John Wood, 208 Bowery, New York.

New York Base Ball Club of 1886 / Photos by John Wood, 208 Bowery, New York.

50th Congress Wisconsin Delegation / Brady & Handy Photos, Wash., D.C.

50th Congress Wisconsin Delegation / Brady & Handy Photos, Wash., D.C.

[Form for J.C.H. Grabill photos, with instructions on what to wear, how to order, etc.; with handwritten note from Grabill to the Copyright Office concerning photos he deposited]

[Form for J.C.H. Grabill photos, with instructions on what to wear, how to order, etc.; with handwritten note from Grabill to the Copyright Office concerning photos he deposited]

Types of Ceylon women / from photos supplied by the Ceylon Planters' Tea Company.

Types of Ceylon women / from photos supplied by the Ceylon Planters' Tea Company.

Princess Maud of Fife, standing at table upon which there are photos

Princess Maud of Fife, standing at table upon which there are photos

[Annie Wittenmyer, group of three photos: bust portrait; on porch of house; lying in casket]

[Annie Wittenmyer, group of three photos: bust portrait; on porch of house; lying in casket]

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portraits, trains and winter scene

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portraits, trains and winter scene

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Title page with two self-portraits taken at Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Title page with two self-portraits taken at Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Bridges, waterfall, train and portrait

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Bridges, waterfall, train and portrait

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portraits, landscapes, train and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portraits, landscapes, train and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Train, views of towns, landscapes, portrait and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Train, views of towns, landscapes, portrait and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Self-portrait, rivers, trains and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Self-portrait, rivers, trains and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Bridges, hotel, waterfall, train and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Bridges, hotel, waterfall, train and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, rural and town views and portrait

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, rural and town views and portrait

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Toll road, landscapes, railroads, rivers and Carnegie Library

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Toll road, landscapes, railroads, rivers and Carnegie Library

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, oil well, historical site and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, oil well, historical site and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Landscapes, views of towns, a train and Gettysburg

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Landscapes, views of towns, a train and Gettysburg

[General map of the city of New York, Boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Richmond ; designed and prepared by Louis A. Risse. New York : Board of Public Improvements. Topographical Bureau.] Photos of part of map only (Manhattan)

[General map of the city of New York, Boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Richmond ; designed and prepared by Louis A. Risse. New York : Board of Public Improvements. Topographical Bureau.] Photos of part of map only (Manhattan)

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portrait, dam, views of towns

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Portrait, dam, views of towns

[General map of the city of New York, Boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Richmond ; designed and prepared by Louis A. Risse. New York : Board of Public Improvements. Topographical Bureau.] Photos of part of map only (Manhattan)

[General map of the city of New York, Boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Richmond ; designed and prepared by Louis A. Risse. New York : Board of Public Improvements. Topographical Bureau.] Photos of part of map only (Manhattan)

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, reservoir and city view

Photos by a commercial "wanderer" through New York and Pennsylvania. Railroad scenes, reservoir and city view

Photographs from Frank Teeter, Durango, Colorado: Beginning on preceeding page the photos are taken from Frank Teeter, Durango, Colorado: Rocks and caves; Ready for a trip; Ruined pueblo.

Photographs from Frank Teeter, Durango, Colorado: Beginning on preceeding page the photos are taken from Frank Teeter, Durango, Colorado: Rocks and caves; Ready for a trip; Ruined pueblo.

The Bronx - a city in itself - Map showing new extension of the subway and photos of Members of the Bronx Real Estate Board . . .

The Bronx - a city in itself - Map showing new extension of the subway and photos of Members of the Bronx Real Estate Board . . .

Photos of 2 full stereos: Top - Man changing tire, as others watch; 2 oxen alongside; Bottom - Couple on horse, with auto broken down behind them

Photos of 2 full stereos: Top - Man changing tire, as others watch; 2 oxen alongside; Bottom - Couple on horse, with auto broken down behind them

A few of the employees in the Clinton Mills, Clinton, S.C., going home from work. Many others as small were in evidence. Superintendent wouldn't allow me to take photos inside. Photo by flashlight. Location: Clinton, South Carolina.

A few of the employees in the Clinton Mills, Clinton, S.C., going home from work. Many others as small were in evidence. Superintendent wouldn't allow me to take photos inside. Photo by flashlight.  Location: Clinton, South Carolina.

View of Clinton Mills (S.C.) Superintendent would not allow me to take photos in mill. Many youngsters employed. See photos Nos. 359 and 375. Dec. 2, 1908. Witness, Sara R. Hine. Location: Clinton, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

View of Clinton Mills (S.C.) Superintendent would not allow me to take photos in mill. Many youngsters employed. See photos Nos. 359 and 375. Dec. 2, 1908. Witness, Sara R. Hine.  Location: Clinton, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Kesler Mfg. Co., Salisbury, N.C. Tallest man is Supt. Mason. He was willing I should take photos so long as I promised to represent conditions as they were. He is afraid of being misrepresented. "Truth is something stranger than fiction." Location: Salisbury, North Carolina.

Kesler Mfg. Co., Salisbury, N.C. Tallest man is Supt. Mason. He was willing I should take photos so long as I promised to represent conditions as they were. He is afraid of being misrepresented. "Truth is something stranger than fiction."  Location: Salisbury, North Carolina.

A Blower With Foot Mold. question: "Why cannot mold boys done away with?" Seneca Glass Works, Morgantown, W. Va. (See photos 165 & 171.) Location: Morgantown, West Virginia.

A Blower With Foot Mold. question: "Why cannot mold boys done away with?" Seneca Glass Works, Morgantown, W. Va. (See photos 165 & 171.)  Location: Morgantown, West Virginia.

Group coming out of Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H., 6 p.m. May 18, 1909. See photos and labels #[not filled in]. Many of these young boys and girls go in as "helpers" to mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters, but they work regularly. Location: Somersworth, New Hampshire.

Group coming out of Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H., 6 p.m. May 18, 1909. See photos and labels #[not filled in]. Many of these young boys and girls go in as "helpers" to mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters, but they work regularly.  Location: Somersworth, New Hampshire.

Woman from Atherton Mill, Charlotte, N.C., and her little girl, evidently her "helper." Superintendent forbade absolutely my taking photos anywhere on the company's premises. Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.

Woman from Atherton Mill, Charlotte, N.C., and her little girl, evidently her "helper." Superintendent forbade absolutely my taking photos anywhere on the company's premises.  Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Brigeton[sic], N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this pant four years. See also photos #957 to 971. Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Brigeton[sic], N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this pant four years. See also photos #957 to 971.  Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. We had not seen these children when we were shown through the mill. See photos 500 to 509. Jan. 14, 1909. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. We had not seen these children when we were shown through the mill. See photos 500 to 509. Jan. 14, 1909.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

A bad New Years start for the children. A group of doffer boys who were cleaning up in the Atherton Mill, Charlotte, N.C., during the noon hour. The superintendent had forbidden my taking any photos on the company's premises, so I slipped in at noon when authorities were away, gathered the boys together and took this. See photos 472 to 479. Location: Charlotte, North Carolina / by Lewis W. Hine. Jan 1, 1909.

A bad New Years start for the children. A group of doffer boys who were cleaning up in the Atherton Mill, Charlotte, N.C., during the noon hour. The superintendent had forbidden my taking any photos on the company's premises, so I slipped in at noon when authorities were away, gathered the boys together and took this. See photos 472 to 479.  Location: Charlotte, North Carolina / by Lewis W. Hine. Jan 1, 1909.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. One of the little ones at work there. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. One of the little ones at work there. See photos 500 to 509.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

A few of the youngsters in King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. Taken at noon, Jan. 14, 1909. A party of us under the guidance of the Vice President had been shown through the mill but no evidences of these children were to be seen. See also photos #501, 502. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

A few of the youngsters in King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. Taken at noon, Jan. 14, 1909. A party of us under the guidance of the Vice President had been shown through the mill but no evidences of these children were to be seen. See also photos #501, 502.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Workers in More-Jones Glass Co., Bridgeton, N.J. Small boy in middle is Harry Simpkins, 52 South Ave. (dirty, noisome conditions). See him in photos 978 & 979. Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.

Workers in More-Jones Glass Co., Bridgeton, N.J. Small boy in middle is Harry Simpkins, 52 South Ave. (dirty, noisome conditions). See him in photos 978 & 979.  Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.

Two girls working in Calvine Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N.C. Been in mill one year. Helped sister before that. Superintendent did not allow me to take photos in mill. Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.

Two girls working in Calvine Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N.C. Been in mill one year. Helped sister before that. Superintendent did not allow me to take photos in mill.  Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.

Boys working in Calvine Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N.C. Shortest boy been in mill work 3 years. Next boy 4 years. Tallest boy 5 years. Superintendent would not permit me to take photos in mill. I saw 10 or 15 children like these boys when they went home to dinner. Jan. 7, 1909. Location: Charlotte, North Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Boys working in Calvine Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N.C. Shortest boy been in mill work 3 years. Next boy 4 years. Tallest boy 5 years. Superintendent would not permit me to take photos in mill. I saw 10 or 15 children like these boys when they went home to dinner. Jan. 7, 1909.  Location: Charlotte, North Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

A few of the youngsters in the Manchester Cotton Mills, Macon, Ga. I was not allowed to go inside. See photos 517 to 520. Location: Macon, Georgia.

A few of the youngsters in the Manchester Cotton Mills, Macon, Ga. I was not allowed to go inside. See photos 517 to 520.  Location: Macon, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509.  Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in that mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.) Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in that mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.)  Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in that mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys as to their ages, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.) Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in that mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys as to their ages, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.)  Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Group of boys working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Youngest, 13 years, oldest 15. All had been working one year or more. Most are illiterat[e] 27 Children apparently under 15 years, were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos) (May 1909. 720-745). Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Group of boys working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Youngest, 13 years, oldest 15. All had been working one year or more. Most are illiterat[e] 27 Children apparently under 15 years, were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos) (May 1909. 720-745).  Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Young girls working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack, and force small. (See N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.) 27 Children apparently under 15, were counted at one gate. Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Young girls working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack, and force small. (See N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.) 27 Children apparently under 15, were counted at one gate.  Location: Winooski, Vermont.

The De Marco family (see photos #1139-#1143, and E.F. Brown's report). Forsythe's Bog, Turkeytown near Pemberton, N.J. Sept. 29, 1910. Witness E.F. Brown. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

The De Marco family (see photos #1139-#1143, and E.F. Brown's report). Forsythe's Bog, Turkeytown near Pemberton, N.J. Sept. 29, 1910. Witness E.F. Brown.  Location: Pemberton, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Printing the Bain News Service Photos

Printing the Bain News Service Photos

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Two of the Boys Working in Phoenix American Cob Pipe Factory, Washington, Mo. Smallest boy is Joe Krummel. See sign, "Wanted--Men and Boys." Around corner was a sign, "Girls Wanted." Couldn't get any photos of girls. Location: Washington, Missouri.

Two of the Boys Working in Phoenix American Cob Pipe Factory, Washington, Mo. Smallest boy is Joe Krummel. See sign, "Wanted--Men and Boys." Around corner was a sign, "Girls Wanted." Couldn't get any photos of girls.  Location: Washington, Missouri.

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in the mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys as to their ages, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.) Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Every child in photos, so far as I was able to ascertain, works in the mill. When I questioned some of the youngest boys as to their ages, they said they were 12, and then other boys said they were lying. (Which sentiment I agreed with.)  Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Corbett punching the bag to get in condition to handle Jeffries for the championship fight. First photos taken with gloves in five years

Corbett punching the bag to get in condition to handle Jeffries for the championship fight. First photos taken with gloves in five years

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Group of "loopers" in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.) Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Group of "loopers" in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.)  Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Young girl working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack, and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.) Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Young girl working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack, and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.)  Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Young girl working in American Woolen Mills Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.) Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Young girl working in American Woolen Mills Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745, May 1909.)  Location: Winooski, Vermont.

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

This little girl like many others in this state is so small she has to stand on a box to reach her machine. She is regularly employed as a knitter in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. Said she did not know how long she had worked there. (See other photos and report.) Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

This little girl like many others in this state is so small she has to stand on a box to reach her machine. She is regularly employed as a knitter in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. Said she did not know how long she had worked there. (See other photos and report.)  Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Printing the Bain News Service Photos

Printing the Bain News Service Photos

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Aerial photos, Sea of Galilee & Jerus. [i.e., Jerusalem], Jordan R. [i.e., River], Amman

Group of knitters in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.) Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Group of knitters in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.)  Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Loopers in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.) Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Loopers in London [i.e., Loudon?] Hosiery Mills. All are regular workers. (See other photos and report.)  Location: Loudon, Tennessee.

Some of the Young Boys Working in the Robert Johnson Rand Shoe Factory, Washington, Mo. (Branch of St. Louis firm making Star shoes). On left end is Henry Detmer, who said he has been working there three years. Fred Schraneuer, right hand end, has been working there since June. I did not get photos of all the youngsters. (See also 1711 to 1714.) Location: Washington, Missouri.

Some of the Young Boys Working in the Robert Johnson Rand Shoe Factory, Washington, Mo. (Branch of St. Louis firm making Star shoes). On left end is Henry Detmer, who said he has been working there three years. Fred Schraneuer, right hand end, has been working there since June. I did not get photos of all the youngsters. (See also 1711 to 1714.)  Location: Washington, Missouri.