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Child Labor - Locked in the factory; Calcutta. One day I will go back and help break this trend! #lockmywords

Child Labor - Locked in the factory; Calcutta. One day I will go back and help break this trend! #lockmywords

1924. South Manchester, Connecticut. "Cheney Silk Mills. Favorable working conditions." This picture, one of the last photographs Lewis Wickes Hine made over the span of some 16 years for the National Child Labor Committee, is among the relatively few he took using film.

1924. South Manchester, Connecticut. "Cheney Silk Mills. Favorable working conditions." This picture, one of the last photographs Lewis Wickes Hine made over the span of some 16 years for the National Child Labor Committee, is among the relatively few he took using film.

Ludlow Massacre: April 20, 1914 - one of deadliest attacks on striking workers in U.S. history. The governor of Colorado ask for federal troops to restore order, and Woodrow Wilson complied. This accomplished, the strike petered out. Congressional committees came in and took thousands of pages of testimony. The union had not won recognition. Sixty-six men, women, and children had been killed. Not one militiaman or mine guard had been indicted for crime.

Ludlow Massacre: April 20, 1914 - one of deadliest attacks on striking workers in U.S. history. The governor of Colorado ask for federal troops to restore order, and Woodrow Wilson complied. This accomplished, the strike petered out. Congressional committees came in and took thousands of pages of testimony. The union had not won recognition. Sixty-six men, women, and children had been killed. Not one militiaman or mine guard had been indicted for crime.

Railway construction workers on a teabreak, Melbourne, circa 1913. Photo b/w, history, 'bridge' ? men, males, break, pause.

Railway construction workers on a teabreak, Melbourne, circa 1913. Photo b/w, history, 'bridge' ? men, males, break, pause.

May 5, 1947 issue of LIFE magazine.

See the Best Fashions of the 1940s

May 5, 1947 issue of LIFE magazine.

Gathering for for the miner's contest in Silverton, CO. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/service/pnp/fsa/8a29000/8a29400/8a29465v.jpg?__utma=37760702.498569872.1314624251.1314704832.1314711644.4&__utmb=37760702.13.9.1314712400276&__utmc=37760702&__utmx=-&__utmz=37760702.1314711644.4.4.utmcsr=google|utmccn=(organic)|utmcmd=organic|utmctr=LOC%20photos%20%26%20prints&__utmv=-&__utmk=233650012

Gathering for for the miner's contest in Silverton, CO. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/service/pnp/fsa/8a29000/8a29400/8a29465v.jpg?__utma=37760702.498569872.1314624251.1314704832.1314711644.4&__utmb=37760702.13.9.1314712400276&__utmc=37760702&__utmx=-&__utmz=37760702.1314711644.4.4.utmcsr=google|utmccn=(organic)|utmcmd=organic|utmctr=LOC%20photos%20%26%20prints&__utmv=-&__utmk=233650012

c. 1886-1910, [portrait of two gentlemen seated in front of painted backdrop depicting the Statue of Liberty]

c. 1886-1910, [portrait of two gentlemen seated in front of painted backdrop depicting the Statue of Liberty]

I will have this picture in every house i own <3

The 50 Most Romantic Photographs Of All Time

I will have this picture in every house i own <3

As part of a city seeped in, defined by, and continually shaping our national history, the reopening of the Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square is a quintessentially D.C. event. The landmark’s roots extend back to 1903, when it was first dedicated by President Theodore Roosevelt and Andrew Carnegie. Now, the historic site is being re-introduced to the modern public with a concurrently modern twist: not as a library, but as a special events venue

As part of a city seeped in, defined by, and continually shaping our national history, the reopening of the Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square is a quintessentially D.C. event. The landmark’s roots extend back to 1903, when it was first dedicated by President Theodore Roosevelt and Andrew Carnegie. Now, the historic site is being re-introduced to the modern public with a concurrently modern twist: not as a library, but as a special events venue

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