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Sardine, from the Fish from American Waters series (N8) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands

Sardine, from the Fish from American Waters series (N8) for Allen & Gi...

Trade cards from the "Fish from American Waters" series (N8), issued in 1889 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes. Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)

Sardine, from Fish from American Waters series (N39) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

Sardine, from Fish from American Waters series (N39) for Allen & Ginte...

Trade cards from the "Fish from American Waters" series (N39), issued in 1889 in a set of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter brand cigarettes. Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)

Austria. Sardine fishing, Gulf of Triest
Sardine boy.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Group of young cutters in Seacoast sardine factory, going for a swim Sunday morning. They all work. Even the smallest makes $.50 to $1.00 a day. They all said they cut their fingers a good deal, "and then the salt makes 'em 'pickle-sores."  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Mildred Griffiths, 9 Pleasant St., 13 yrs. old. A regular packer in Blanchard's Sardine Factory. Makes $1.00 to $2.00 a day. Sometimes works until midnight.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Pile of refuse, waste, and salt water in which these sardine workers stand at times.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
A prospective sardine worker, one of the Goodell family. (See Photo #2433).  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Sardine canneries at Eastport, Me.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad
Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory" pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, sixty percent of the salmon and eighty percent of the sardine and macherel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad
Gloucester, Massachusetts. The crew of "Old Glory"pulls up a sizeable haul of fish. Almost all of this catch will be filleted and frozen for military and lend-lease shipment. Of the total packs in the United States, 60 percent of the salmon and 80 percent of the sardine and mackerel are consumed by the armed forces here and abroad
[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry]

[Moroccan Sardine Fishing Industry] - [FRA-3351 through FRA-3371]

Mural of sardine fishermen repairing their nets along Cannery Row, Monterey, California

Mural of sardine fishermen repairing their nets along Cannery Row, Mon...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 26,

U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 26,

U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, warm their hands over a small fire during a training exercise aboard U.S. Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Traini... More

A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 26,

A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 26,

A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, refills his supply of white fuel during a training exercise aboard U.S. Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Trainin... More

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, the Chaplain with Combat

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, the Chaplain with Combat

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, the Chaplain with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, leads a sermon for the Marines, sailors and soldiers during a break in training at... More

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, a Chaplain with Combat

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, a Chaplain with Combat

U.S. Navy Lt. Todd Mallory, a Chaplain with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, prepares his Chaplain kit before conducting a sermon at U.S. Marine Corps Mountain W... More

Sgt. Robert Reese III, a distribution management specialist

Sgt. Robert Reese III, a distribution management specialist

Sgt. Robert Reese III, a distribution management specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, stores supplies in his main pack before a movement during a tra... More

Lance Cpl. Justin Bunner, an engineer equipment operator

Lance Cpl. Justin Bunner, an engineer equipment operator

Lance Cpl. Justin Bunner, an engineer equipment operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, tightens his snow shoes onto his pack before a movement during a t... More

Lance Cpl. Durrell Dowling, a multiplex operator with

Lance Cpl. Durrell Dowling, a multiplex operator with

Lance Cpl. Durrell Dowling, a multiplex operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, secures his tarp on the bottom of his pack before a movement during a trai... More

Lance Cpl. Carlos Morejon, a supply administrator and

Lance Cpl. Carlos Morejon, a supply administrator and

Lance Cpl. Carlos Morejon, a supply administrator and operations specialist, with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, stands by for his Marines during a movement ab... More

Lance Cpl. Henry Ramirez, a landing support specialist

Lance Cpl. Henry Ramirez, a landing support specialist

Lance Cpl. Henry Ramirez, a landing support specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, steps off with his Marines during a movement aboard U.S. Marine Corp... More

Cpl. Charlene Archuleta, an automotive maintenance

Cpl. Charlene Archuleta, an automotive maintenance

Cpl. Charlene Archuleta, an automotive maintenance technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 26, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, hikes with her Marines during a movement aboard U.S. Marine C... More

Hamilton Family, sardine works, Eastport. Father earns $15 to $25 a week irregularly during the work season for three months. Said that 20 years ago he made $5 a day as a boy, cutting. The mother is a packer makes $10 a week and upward, during the active season. Another boy, not in the photo, works also. In the front row are George Hamilton, 11 years old, who cuts regularly--made a dollar in three hours the day before; Byron, with a badly cut finger, earns 25 cents a day; little Erna 8 years old works at cartoning. The father is dissatisfied with the irregular income, but cannot see the connection between his early boyhood work and his present stagnation. He is putting his little ones through the same process.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Hamilton Family, sardine works, Eastport. Father earns $15 to $25 a week irregularly during the work season for three months. Said that 20 years ago he made $5 a day as a boy, cutting. The mother is a packer makes $10 a week and upward, during the active season. Another boy, not in the photo, works also. In the front row are George Hamilton, 11 years old, who cuts regularly--made a dollar in three hours the day before; Byron, with a badly cut finger, earns 25 cents a day; little Erna 8 years old works at cartoning. The father is dissatisfied with the irregular income, but cannot see the connection between his early boyhood work and his present stagnation. He is putting his little ones through the same process.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Settlement of sardine workers, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2. Many of them come from neighboring towns, such as Perry.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Settlement of sardine workers, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2. Many of them come from neighboring towns, such as Perry.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Housing conditions at Clove [?] sardine factory, North Lubec, Me. They are much congested and run down. Children work in the factory, but I did not get them that day.  Location: North Lubec, Maine.
Housing conditions at Clove [?] sardine factory, North Lubec, Me. They are much congested and run down. Children work in the factory, but I did not get them that day.  Location: North Lubec, Maine.
Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Minnie Thomas, 9 years old, showing average size of sardine knife used in cutting. Some of the children used a knife as large as this. Minnie works regularly in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7, mostly in the packing room, and when very busy works nights. Cuts some, also cartons. She says she earns $2.00 some days, packing.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Minnie Thomas, 9 years old, showing average size of sardine knife used in cutting. Some of the children used a knife as large as this. Minnie works regularly in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7, mostly in the packing room, and when very busy works nights. Cuts some, also cartons. She says she earns $2.00 some days, packing.  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Shows the way they cut the fish in sardine canneries. Large, sharp knives are used, with a cutting and sometimes a chopping motion. The slippery floors and benches, and careless bumping into each other increase the liability to accident. "The salt gits in the cuts an' they ache."  Location: Eastport, Maine.
Shows the way they cut the fish in sardine canneries. Large, sharp knives are used, with a cutting and sometimes a chopping motion. The slippery floors and benches, and careless bumping into each other increase the liability to accident. "The salt gits in the cuts an' they ache."  Location: Eastport, Maine.