A selection of Lewis Hine photographs edited from the collection held in the Library of Congress.
Hine was one of history's great social photographers of the early 20th Century and these images taken of children working in the textile factories, coal mines, cities and farms across the United States remain amongst the most powerful statements of child exploitation ever made.
The book has an introductory text and full Library of Congress captions for each of the 115 high resolution sepia images.
teacher of fine art, history & photography for thirty years
Siranne & Keith Published March 15, 2015
morocco Published April 26, 2014
Urban Abrasions Published April 01, 2014
Te Waipounamu Published March 20, 2014
NIHON 1974 Published October 22, 2013
IRAN & TURKEY 1974 Published July 25, 2013
BARWON PARK MANSION Published February 18, 2013
Stop the Pfalz - 1914 Published June 15, 2012