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Home of Andrew Carnegie, New York, N.Y., c1903. Carnegie blast furnaces, Homestead, Pa.. 1905? Carnegie Steel Company, "Lucy" furnace, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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1 Home of Andrew Carnegie, New York, N.Y., c1903

2 Carnegie blast furnaces, Homestead, Pa.. 1905? Carnegie Steel Company, "Lucy" furnace, Pittsburgh, Pa. Between 1900-1915

3 Carnegie Library, Montgomery, AL c1906 Carnegie Library, Tuskeegee Instittute c1906 Carnegie Libraries

4 . Carnegie Library, Burlington, VT c.1907 Carnegie Libraries - continued Carnegie library, Washington, D.C c1906

5 Residential street near meat packinghouses, Chicago, c. 1901. A backyard shared by five houses, Chicago, c. 1910.

6 Packinghouses, about 1909. Making Sausage

7 Young Miners, South Pittston Pa., January 6, 1911 "Breaker boys, Hughestown Borough Coal Co. Pittston, Pa." Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's. Said, "Yes I want to learn but can't when I work all the time."

8 Mrs. Battaglia with Tessie, age 12 and Tony, age 7 work at home on a Saturday. Earn from $1 to $1.50 for the day.

9 Adolescent girls from Bibb, Mfg. Co. in Georgia

10 Young cigar makers in Engelhardt and Co. Yes, many young boys did smoke.

11 Mill workers mending broken threads on bobbins. They are so small that they had to climb on the machines.

12 Francis Lance, 5 years old, jumps on and off trolleys to sell newspapers (risking his life). Tony Casale, 11, has been selling newspapers for four years. This boy has just recovered from his second attack of pneumonia. Was found selling papers in a big rain storm.

13 John D. Rockefeller's residence, Cleveland, Ohio, c1908 Forest Hill Lodge, entrance to Rockefeller's home, Cleveland, Ohio c1905

14 Rockefeller Hall, Brown University Rockefeller Hall, Vassar College

15 Young Driver - West Virginia, September 1909. (Breakerboys – Pennsylvania Coal Company) A kind of slave- driver sometimes stands over the boys, prodding or kicking them into obedience.

16 Family and neighbors working at night sewing garters. Families might earn $4.50 a week.

17 Breaker boys, Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, Pa.. 1900

18 9 PM in an Indiana glass factory

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20 Oyster shuckers working in a canning factory. Began at 3:30 AM and worked to 5 PM. “The salt water gits into the cuts and they ache," said one boy. Age 5 below

21 Mill Girl, Lancaster, S.C., November 30, 1908

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23 Tenement Living

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25 Residence of Cornelius Vanderbilt, New York, N.Y., 1901 Vanderbilt Hall, Yale College, New Haven, Conn., 1901

26 Striking workers rally at 47th and Ashland, Chicago, 1904.

27 References www.historyplace.com Photos by Lewis W. Hine


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