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  1. Child Labor The Pictures of Lewis Hine

  2. Discussion Prompt • "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

  3. Garment Workers, New York, NYJanuary 25, 1908ARC Identifier: 523065

  4. Basket Seller, Cincinnati, OHAugust 22, 1908ARC Identifier: 523070

  5. Boys and Girls Selling RadishesAugust 22, 1908ARC Identifier: 523071

  6. Boy Working in a Shoe-Shining Parlor, Indianapolis, INAugust 1908ARC Identifier: 523072

  7. Boys in a Cigar Factory, Indianapolis, INAugust 1908ARC Identifier: 523076

  8. Boy Running "Trip Rope" in a Mine, Welch, WVSeptember 1908ARC Identifier: 523077

  9. Children Working in a Bottle Factory, Indianapolis, INAugust 1908ARC Identifier: 523080

  10. The Noon Hour at an Indianapolis Cannery, Indianapolis INAugust 1908ARC Identifier: 523088

  11. Glass Blower and Mold Boy, Grafton, WVOctober 1908ARC Identifier: 523090

  12. Girls at Weaving Machines, Evansville, IN October 1908ARC Identifier: 523100

  13. Young Boys Shucking Oysters, Apalachicola, FLJanuary 25, 1909ARC Identifier: 523162

  14. Girl Working in Box Factory, Tampa, FLJanuary 28, 1909ARC Identifier: 523166

  15. Nine-Year Old Newsgirl, Hartford, CTMarch 6, 1909ARC Identifier: 523174

  16. Boy Picking Berries, Near Baltimore, MDJune 8, 1909ARC Identifier: 523205

  17. Workers Stringing Beans, Baltimore, MDJune 7, 1909ARC Identifier: 523215

  18. Boys Working in an Arcade Bowling Alley, Trenton, NJDecember 20, 1909ARC Identifier: 523246

  19. Leo aged 8 working in a textile factory in Tennessee in 1910.

  20. A young driver in the Brown mine. Has been driving one year. Works 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Brown W. Va

  21. Questions • Why is Hine’s use of photography important in the child labor reform movement? • How can we as historians use his photographs for a clearer understanding of the issues? • What information can you gather from the photographs? • What issues does the photographers point of view raise in our historical work?