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5000+ Child Labour Pictures by Lewis Hine | Norma Lawrence is 10 years old and picks from 100 to 150 pounds of cotton a day.

Norma Lawrence is 10 years old and picks from 100 to 150 pounds of cotton a day. Drags the sack which often holds 50 pounds or more before emptied. Comanche County, Oklahoma: photo by Lewis W.

Children picking cotton, 1915. What Newt will have our kids doing on the moon

This is a picture of children working in the fields, in the early America. Before child labor laws were passed, there was little regulation for the use of children as workers.

Dorothy Lange's Depression era photos. Powerful photography.

liquidnight: “Dorothea Lange “One of Chris Adolph’s younger children” Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato, August 1939 [via Shorpy] ”

Flood Refugee – 1939. Posters - “Advertisement for current movie in town. Westley, California. The child is a flood refugee of March 1939 from southeast Missouri,” Dorothea Lange, photographer, April 1939. Movie: “I’m from Missouri.” (https://twitter.com/HawCreekShop/status/534185195444785152) (http://haw-creek.com/shop/sold-18/)

Flood Refugee – “Advertisement for current movie in town. The child is a flood refugee of March 1939 from southeast Missouri,” Dorothea Lange, photographer, April

Cotton picker. Southern San Joaquin Valley, CA, 1936. Library of Congress.

Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of a female cotton picker wearing an apron and standing next to a cotton field, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California, November Female Cotton Picker.

In 1939, Lois Adolf’s family was “on relief.” Her father had borrowed money from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and a photographer from FSA doing documentary work took her picture. That photographer was Dorothea Lange. http://www.zazzle.com/exit78/%22child+of+the+depression%22+gifts http://www.zazzle.com/exit78*

In Lois Adolf’s family was “on relief.” Her father had borrowed money from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and a photographer from FSA doing documentary work took her picture. That photographer was Dorothea Lange.