RMBWN8PB–Child labor 1911 February shuck oysters regularly Maggioni Canning Co Port Royal South Carolina history histori
RMCYDW07–English government inspector visiting child workers in a factory, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMF8NHAW–LEWIS HINE (1874-1940) American photographer and sociologist. One of his child labour photos taken in 1910. Original captions reads: 'Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal (i.e., Pownal) Cotton Mill. Vt. Girls in mill say she is ten years. She admitted to me she was twelve; that she started during school vacation and new would 'stay.'
RFEPJWYG–Two ethiopian girls going for water near Addis Ababa.
RMCWB5RW–Child labor, making garters for Liberty Garter works, Mrs. Finkelstein, Bessie, age 13, Sophie, age 7. Girls attend school,
RF2H0XR4C–Group of young black West African girls carrying heavy water containers on their head; child labor concept
RMAYPT01–Young rural BaTonga girls pumping water from their village well, a job they do 4 times a day. Nr Binga, Zimbabwe
RMWP5YH2–[ 1900s Japan - Japanese Child Nursemaid ] — Komori nursemaid in the country. Komori were young girls from poor families who were hired by the year to aid middle and upper class mothers in the care of their infant. In addition to carrying the baby around, the komori would also assist a little with the household work. Komori received food, lodging, clothing, and occasionally some money. 20th century vintage postcard.
RMCMPA31–Lima Peru,Plaza de Armas,Hispanic indigenous,girl girls,youngster,female kids children grade school age,street,vendor vendors stall stalls booth marke
RM2G04EEB–Child Labour: Two little girls working as a raveler and a looper in a textile mill in Loudon Tennessee
RMM7XRJ2–Group of Very Young Girls, Cleveland Hosiery Mills, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA, Lewis Hine for National Child Labor Committee, December 1910
RMBTK38F–Child labor, Girls working on ice wagon, New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1912
RF2HDJ61D–girl, child labor, girls, child labors
RMBP1WKX–Child in Cotton Mill in Vermont, circa 1910
RMC2H6N2–Continuation school girls topping stockings in Ipswich Mills
RF2J71FJJ–A dark Indian girl is trying to sell balloons, Concept - Child labor
RMG14TEB–Turn of the century Child Labor at a Rhode Island textile mill, circa 1890.
RMAR3KP0–Child labor construction in Angkor, Angkor, Siem Raep Cambodia, Asia
RMDGWT88–Child labour, young girls with thanaka paste on their faces at work, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar, Burma
RMAE5XAF–Children laboring in a twine factory, New York City 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDY69H0–CHILD SLAVERY Girls with slogans in Yiddish and English during a Labor Day parade in New York, 1 May 1909
RMC0F2M9–Protest against child labor 'ABOLISH CHILD SLAVERY!!' in English and Yiddish 1909 labor parade in New York City
RMDW4WN5–Old early twentieth century archival picture of child labourers working in the textile industry in spinning mill
RMA1RFP6–Girls march to abolish child slavery
RMAYJKN7–B/W of two children from a poor rural farming family, the very young girl is making straw hats to supplement the family income. Honduras
RMWP5HPT–[ 1900s Japan - Japanese Child Nursemaids ] — A group of komori on a country road. Komori were young girls from poor families who were hired by the year to aid middle and upper class mothers in the care of their infant. In addition to carrying the baby around, the komori would also assist a little with the household work. Komori received food, lodging, clothing, and occasionally some money. 20th century vintage postcard.
RM2GBCM1H–Argentina Buenos Aires,Subte subway public transportation moving train girl boy commuters,child labor selling begging cabin car interior inside passen
RMD2FPW7–The three girls, Rabia,18, Munni,15 and Sabia,13, work at home making saris. A factory out-let has commissioned the work.
RMM7XRFC–Group of Young Girls, May Hosiery Mills, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Lewis Hine for National Child Labor Committee, November 1910
RMBTK34H–Child labor, making garters for Liberty Garter works, Mrs. Finkelstein, Bessie, age 13, Sophie, age 7. Girls attend school, Mother a widow, earns 75 cents a day by working all day until 12 at night, 127 Monroe Street, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, January, 1908
RF2HDJ619–girl, child labor, girls, child labors
RMB7T8R3–Child labor Cairo Egypt
RMC2H75N–Lincoln Cotton Mill, Evansville, Ind. Young Girls at Spoolers
RF2J71F9E–A dark Indian girl is trying to sell balloons, Concept - Child labor
RMBTNGAM–Two young child laborer girls are relaxing in a polluted garbage dump in Cambodia.
RMAXB8M6–Child labor, Kerala, India, Asia
RMBX4E6D–Young miners, child labor
RFJ65JP7–uniform cook adorable child girl girls job female future hat person kitchen
RMBT189R–One of the girls (left) who is working here is not older than 10 years. Children labour in Egypt is still commen. Toys are made.
RMC5NFR0–addie card, anaemic little spinner in north pownal cotton mill, vermont 1910
RM2G04EDT–Child Labour: A young girl working as a spinner ina North Carolina cotton mill
RMCWC8WM–Child labor during the Great Depression. A Family of Italian-American from Philadelphia work in cranberry bog. Large families
RMA9RTD5–B/W of three happy looking young girls carrying foraged fuel wood on their way home. Tigray, Ethiopia, Africa
RMWP5TAC–[ 1900s Japan - Japanese Child Nursemaid ] — A young girl holding a paper parasol and a chochin (lantern) is carrying a baby on her back. Although the caption states they are sisters, the older girl could also be a komori. Komori were young girls from poor families who were hired by the year to aid middle and upper class mothers in the care of their infant. In addition to carrying the baby around, the komori would also assist a little with the household work. Komori received food, lodging, clothing, and occasionally some money. 20th century vintage postcard.
RM2F36HRH–Santo Domingo Dominican Republic,Bajos de Haina Black Hispanic Haitian,girl carrying eggs street vendor selling food child labor,
RF2JHJPM3–Young African girl listlessly poking through a pile of rubbish, forced to search for salable materials; concept of child labour
RMM7XR94–Two Young Girls at Spoolers, Lincoln Cotton Mills, Evansville, Indiana, USA, Lewis Hine for National Child Labor Committee, October 1908
RMACD0W7–Small girls carrying woodfire walking down path on Isla del Sol, Sun Island, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
RMCXNFNJ–Girls running warping machines in Loray Mill, Gastonia, N.C. November 1908
RMRR57CH–Early 1900's original postcard of bobbin winder girls and foreman, overseer or workman. Dried skeins of cotton from the rack are put on the swift of the winding machine that winds yarn from the skein onto bobbins, Circa 1915, Radcliffe, Lancashire, U.K.
RMC2H75G–Lincoln Cotton Mills, Evansville, Ind. Girls at weaving machine; warpers
RF2J71FC5–A dark Indian girl is trying to sell balloons, Concept - Child labor
RMC2XHJ9–Two child laborer girls are taking a break from their jobs at a polluted garbage dump in Cambodia.
RMC0F2K3–Mrs. Finkelstein Bessie (age 13) Sophie (age 7) Girls attend school Making garters for Liberty Garter works NY City
RM2CFA94T–Girls worming tobacco.
RMA5MAK5–Saqqarah Egypt, Egyptian Young Muslim Girls in Head Scarfs Weaving rug IN carpet Factory Child Labor Conditions
RMHRNWM1–Abolish Child Slavery, 1909
RM2G04EEE–Child Labour: A ten year old spinner looking out of the window of her factory
RFG0N394–Young ethiopian girl going for water near Addis Ababa.
RM2DE36HB–Three young girls with full water pots on their backs, on a long trek to and from a safe drinking source. Tigray, Ethiopia.
RMCWB5XW–Child labor, Girls working on ice wagon, New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1912
RMMAXB30–Child Laborers at Riverside Cotton Mills, Danville, Virginia, 1911
RMM817X0–Group of Typical Mill Girls at Cotton Mill, Seated Portrait, Dallas, Texas, USA, Lewis Hine for National Child Labor Committee, October 1913
RM2M5FHJD–Young shepherd girl .From an early age girls in the poorest countries in the world are forced to work instead of studying. Mali , West Africa .
RF2H0XTG5–Two little black African girls in brightly colored clothes sitting on an arid cabbage field and patiently watching a broad jet of water that is about
RMRK5BBB–Early 1900's postcard group of cotton mill worker women and girls, tools held in belt, clogs, posing for a photograph in the mill grounds, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1915
RMC2H79C–Girls in Packing Room. Central Glass Co., Wheeling West Virginia.
RF2J71FET–A dark Indian girl is trying to sell balloons, Concept - Child labor
RMAT2708–Girls selling crafts Lake Atitlan region Guatemala
RMEDCPX7–Young Lao girls carry brushwood in a basket on their back, Luang Namtha Province, Northern Laos
RM2DB4AF6–Continuation school girls looping stocking in Ipswich Mills.
RMCBFD20–Young Tajik girls picking cotton along Tajikistan highway A385 100km southeast of Dushanbe.
RMHRP3WX–Italian Children Kidnapped for Slave Labor, 1873
RM2G04EBT–Child Labour: A little girl helping her mother working a North Carolina cotton mill
RMBWN8F7–Spinner children twins on the left three girls USA America United States North America 1912 Belton South Car
RMW48TDC–[ 1900s Japan - Japanese Child Labor ] — Young girls at a pottery workshop in Kyoto decorating cheap pottery for export. Ca. 1904. 20th century vintage stereoview.
RM2K8P4H4–Portugal May 1968 Current visits two Norwegian companies in Portugal. Here, among other things, 14-15 year old girls in the factories for 5 kr. pr. day. There is no trade union, no three weeks of vacation, strikes are prohibited. The factories are established by Norwegian business people. This is from the Luso-Norte confection factory. The factory has Norwegian management. 100 women and teens in work in their uniforms in the large sysal. They have 9.5 hours of working day. Photo: Ivar Aaserud / Current / NTB
RFBDW76X–TANZANIA Girls carrying buckets of water. Kalabezo. Photo by Sean Sprague 2007
RMCXRPAY–Indian girls playing Snakes and Ladders, Indian Moksha Patamu, an education game against child labour, Kutties Rajiyam
RMM818GW–Two Young Girls Selling Newspapers, Full-Length Portrait, Wilmington, Delaware, USA, Lewis Hine for National Child Labor Committee, May 1910
RMERYJ8J–Child labor in Malvani slum ; Malad ; Bombay ; Mumbai ; Maharashtra ; India ; Asia ; Asian ; Indian
RMBTK4PM–Somme of the girls who work in Amoskeag Mfg. Co. Manchester, N.H, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, May 25, 1909
RMR4BC24–WW1 era studio portrait of 3 girls, possibly Lancashire cotton mill workers wearing clogs and aprons with hook-like tool and scissors in their specially designed belts, circa 1915,1918, U.K.
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