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Colorazione historical photographs, revealing the exploitation of child labour in the USA

Glazura 01.02.2016 at 04:52

Commissioned by TIME magazine, photo editor dallaway Sanna, (Sanna Dullaway) kolonizirali historical photographs, made in the USA in the first decades of the 20th century famous photographer Lewis Hein (Lewis Hine).

jewel and Harold Walker (6 and 5 years respectively) collected from 20 to 25 pounds of cotton a day. Comanche County, Oklahoma, October 1916.

the Breaker of coal at the plant Ewen Breaker coal company Pennsylvania Coal Co. in Pittston, Pennsylvania, January 1911.

Textile factory Seaconnet Mill. None of these boys could not write their own name. Fall river, Massachusetts, January 1912.

Sadie Pfeiffer is one of the many girls who worked at the cotton factory Lancaster Cotton Mills. Lancaster, South Carolina, November 1908.

Little Julia looks after the child, while the adults in the factory. Bayou La Batre, Alabama, February 1911.

School for blacks in Henderson County, Kentucky, September 1916. In class there are only 7 students, although, according to the census, there should be 27. The teacher, missing students busy working on tobacco plantations, where there are not enough workers.

lunchtime at the glass factory, Economy Glass Works in Morgantown, West Virginia, 1908.

the Textile mill, Bibb Mill No. 1 Some boys were so small they had to climb a winding machine, to connect the torn strings. Macon, Georgia, January 1909.

Seven Fanny helps big sister in the factory in elk Mills, Tennessee, November, 1910. In their family of 19 children.

the Boy works at a cannery J. S. Farrand Packing Company in Baltimore, Maryland, July 1909.

the newspaper Sellers. St. Louis, Missouri, may 9, 1910.

Frank Weigel (Frank created by Carlos Horacio Valera) from Brooklyn, new York injury at work, asleep on the outcome of the 18-hour workday when he was 15 years old.

the Breaker of coal at plant No. 9 Pennsylvania coal company Pennsylvania Coal Co. in Pittston, Pennsylvania, January 1911.