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Pracujące dzieci w USA z początku XX wieku (17)

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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Newsie in paper alley, 4 P.M. Location: Rochester, New York Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Small newsie at depot, Burlington, Vermont Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: "Livers" a young newsie. Location: St. Louis, Missouri Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Johnnie 5 yr. old newsie. Son of Branch manager. 4802 Broadway, . Location: St. Louis, Missouri Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Newsie, selling in the afternoon--after school hours. Location: Schenectady, New York Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Tommy Hawkins, 5 year old newsie 40 inches high. Location: St. Louis, Missouri Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Bennie, an 8 year old newsie selling at Planters Hotel. Location: St. Louis, Missouri Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Richard Green, (with hat), 5 year old newsie, Richmond, Va. Willie---, who said he was 8. (Compare them.) Many of these little newsboys here. Location: Richmond, Virginia. Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: John Sims, 7 year old newsie, New Bedford, Mass. August 22, 1911. Evening. Richard K. Conant, Witness.] Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts. Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: "Dunno how old I am." One of Beaumont's many little newsboys. Location: Beaumont, Texas. Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Hyman, six year old newsie. Another six year old newsie said he sold until 6 P.M. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Newsie, Los Angeles, California Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Jack Ryan, 6-year-old newsie, who lives at 126 1/2 W. Reno St. Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: John Baker, 608 E. 4 St. 6-year-old newsie. Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Boy named Gurley. An eight year old newsie. 18th & Washington Sts. Location: St. Louis, Missouri Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Lewis Hine Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Dunno how old I am." These heartbreaking photographs show very young children working as 'newsies' - selling newspapers in the street. With some of the youngsters as young as five, the children would work long hours in all weathers for very little pay. A little newsboy in Beaumont, Texas, was unsure how old he was. The images form part of the powerful archive of photographer Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer for the America's National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Mr Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. Using his camera as a tool for social change, his photographs were instrumental in changing child labour laws in the United States. The NCLC photos are useful for the study of labour, reform movements, children, working class families, education, public health, urban and rural housing conditions, industrial and agricultural sites, and other aspects of urban and rural life in America in the early twentieth century. Mr Hine's images include posed portraits; work activities, emphasising hours and weather conditions in which children worked. Locations included New York, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, among many other states. Featuring: Johnnie Merkle 6 years old newsie. Home of Johnnie, 5110 N. Broadway. He is a regular newsie 6 years old. Father owns this house and butchers shop. Johnnie's brother owns and runs a nickelode[o]n. Location: St. Louis, Missouri. Where: United States When: 04 Oct 2018 Credit: Lewis Hine/LOC/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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