10 daunting pictures of Child Labour in the US form the past
Family in Pie Town, New Mexico. Taken by a Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information photographer, and among some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations.
I love seeing these. It's crazy what a little color will do to a picture. The Civil War soldiers on the battlefield gives me chills.
Child Worker - December 1913 Poster
Child Worker - December 1913; "Charlie Foster has a steady job in the Merrimack Mills. School Record says he is now ten years old. His father told me that he could not read, and still he is putting him into the mill." Photograph by Lewis Hines Wickes, Huntsville, Alabama.