Lewis Hine

Explore the powerful and evocative photography of Lewis Hine. Discover the stories behind his iconic images and gain a deeper understanding of his impact on social documentary photography.
lewis hine photographs | Worker in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Georgia, 1913 Wisconsin, Vintage Photos, London, Lewis Hine, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Old Pictures, 1910s, The Spinners

Here's another set of Lewis Hine's photos of mill workers - mostly of child laborers. The superintendent and one of the spinners, Catawba Cotton Mills, Newton, NC. Others smaller still. Ten boys and girls this size and smaller out of a force of 40 employees, 1908 This little girl is so small she has to stand on a box to reach her machine. She is regularly employed as a knitter in Loudon Hosiery Mills, Loudon, Tennessee, 1910 Two of the helpers in the Tifton Cotton Mill at Tifton, Georgia…

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Heartbreaking Photographs of Child Labour in the United States by Lewis Hine - Flashbak Cotton Mill, Pell City Alabama, Lewis Hine, Thompson, Pell City, Edwardian, Newsies, United States, Edwardian Era

“There is work that profits children, and there is work that brings profit only to employers. The object of employing children is not to train them, but to get high profits from their work.” — Lewis Hine, 1908 In the early part of the 20th Century child labor in the United States was not at … Continue reading "Heartbreaking Photographs of Child Labour in the United States by Lewis Hine"

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