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Lewis Hine Famous "Child Labor" Photos that Changed the World Lewis Hine spent his life photographing America’s social issues immigration, child labor and the plight of the working man Hine worked for the National Research Project and began his work with the National Child Labor Committee in 1907. Born in 1874, Lewis Hine was raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and briefly studied at the University of Chicago in 1900, where he took his first photo class. His career focused on major three issues - "Ellis Island Immigrants"  "Child Labor" and his "Men at Work" series Hine documented child labor in American industry to aid the NCLC's lobbying efforts to end the practice. Between 1906 -1908 he was a freelance photographer for The Survey, a leading social reform magazine. He took all these pictures to show the country the cruelties of child labor



 Child Labor Photos - Steel-Mine Child Worker Pittsburgh
Steel-Mine Child Worker Pittsburgh

Barefooted Newspaper Boy 1908
Barefooted Newspaper Boy 1908

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 Child Labor Series of photos at Glassworks, Indiana1908
Lewis Hine Child Labor Photo Factory Girl
Could this 12 year old child be dreaming of a better world?

Children Working in Cotton Factory 1900s
Bare Foot Children Working in Cotton Factory

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