Eleven year old coal mine worker 1908 (x-post from /r/colorization)
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Miner Boy working in a coal mine… and kids think they have it tough today.
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Beckley West Virginia Coal Miners
15-year-old Vance, a trapper boy, sits by a large door in West Virginia coal mine in September of 1908. Vance has trapped for several years, receiving 75 ...
West Virginia Mine Workers
Mongolian noblewoman in 1908.
Great-Grandpa was a PA coal miner
Vintage: American Child Laborers by Lewis Hine (1900s-1910s)
2 A.M. February 12,1908. Papers just out. Boys starting out on morning
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11-year-old girl picking cotton, Oklahoma, 1916
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Lewis Hine - 10 year old and 11 year old boys shuck pots. Va.
Boys working in Ewen Breaker of Pennsylvania Coal Co., South Pittston, January 1911
1911. Breaker boys employed by the Pennsylvania Coal ...
Vintage photo c1908 by Lewis Wickes Hine of boys working in a coal mine in West
Textile mill workers in Newberry, South Carolina, in December of 1908. #
African American Man and Child, Full-length Portrait, by Bundy & Williams,
England, 1908 (estimated)
Sheet of studies with five self-portrait drawings of the artist, about 1810 by
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Vance, a Trapper Boy, 15 years old
A little spinner in Globe Cotton Mill. Augusta, Ga. The overseer admitted she
Tipple Boy, Turkey Knob Mine, Three-Quarter Length Portrait, MacDonald, West
Two of the boys on night shift in the More-Jones Glass Co., in Bridgeton, New Jersey, in November of 1909. #
8 David F. Houston by Lewis Hine - Stock Image
Tommy Ludden worked in the Powder magazine and distributed detonators to shotfirers. In the mid '70s Tommy and his wife Mary - a former Sutton Manor pit ...
Left - Twelve-year-old Lahnert boy topping beets. The father, mother, and two boys (9 and 12 yrs.) expect to make $700 in about 2 months time in the beet ...
Midnight at glass works, Indiana, 1908
Illustrates graphically the mere alcoves that just allowed men to seek a safe station
A spinner in the Globe Cotton Mill in Augusta, Georgia, in January of 1909. The overseer admitted she was regularly employed.
Young Textile Mill Worker, Half-Length Portrait, Dillon, South Carolina, USA
Rhodes Mfg. Co., Lincolnton, N.C. Spinner. A moments glimpse of the
Mother Jones is ordered to leave Colorado, where state authorities accuse her of “stirring up” striking coal miners – 1904
Three young boys hang around in the doorway of a Boston tenement house at night 1909
Pauper Children and Poor Law Childhoods in England and Wales 1834-1910
Infants working in Avondale Mills, Birmingham, Alabama, 1910
Gastonia, N.C. Boy from Loray Mill. "Been at it right smart two years." [National Child Labor Committee (U.S.)] 1908, October Photographic print
Left - Breaker boys, Hughestown Borough, Pennsylvania Coal Co. One of these is James Leonard, another is Stanley Rasmus. Pittston, Pennsylvania.
MORE COAL WORKERS!! I love drawing these guys! 😄 #characterdesign #art
There boys looked under 14. Work was slack and youngsters were not being employed much. Labor told me in busy times many small boys and girls are employed.
... Oklahoma Lunch Time, Economy Glass Works, Morgantown, W. Va. Plenty more like
RAF No Evidence/Kein Beweis, 2017 by Arwed Messmer © Arwed Messmer: research
Sweeper and doffer boys in Lancaster Cotton Mill, Lancaster, South Carolina, 1908
Ladies drinkin'. Traverse Area District Library Local History Collection.
Small Group of Breaker Boys Portrait Woodward Coal Mines Kingston Pennsylvania USA circa 1890
Kirn Vintage StockGetty Images
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Photo of Gordon taken at George Graham's studio, Waterloo Road, Epsom.
Denny Neier with WWII relics
Portrait of a Group of Boys Just Up from the Coal Mine Shaft at the end
Group of Workers in Clayton, N.C. Cotton Mills, October 1912. Photo: Library of Congress Gift of the National Child Labor Committee, 1954 (55B.13, 55B.14)
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Churchill struggled with a stutter and a lateral lisp throughout his life
John Lewis (boy with hat), 12 years old, 1
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Part of the superstructure of the under-construction Manhattan Bridge rises above Washington Street in New York, on June 5, 1908.
A few of the young boys working on the night shift at the Alexandria Glass Factory. Alexandria, Va, June 1911
11 year old Coal Miner, 1908 : pics
Lives lost: An explosion at the Maypole Colliery saw just three miners brought out alive
Wilhelm Bros. Dry Goods store, when the artesian well still ran strong. Gardner, Wait, Petrie, and Ehrenberger are in the picture but not identified.
Left - A group of newsies playing craps in the jail alley at 10 p.m. Albany, New York. Mid - 11 a.m. Newsies at Skeeter's Branch. They were all smoking.
Boy with a straw hat waiting to march in a pro-war parade by Diane Arbus, cover of Artforum, May 1971 (SAAM, Museum purchase. © The Estate of Diane Arbus ...
Boys after working, Birmingham, Alabama, 1910
TWO MINERS PREPARING TO BLAST THE COAL IN THE NO. 1 MINE. THE MAN STANDING IS DRILLING THE FACE IN ORDER TO PLACE HIS POWDER, THE MAN LAYING DOWN IS ...