Child Labour Photographs of Lewis Hine.
The Factory: Young cigar makers in Engelhardt & Co. Three boys looked under 14. Labor leaders told me in busy times many small boys and girls were employed. Youngsters all smoke. Tampa, Florida
From 1908 to 1912, Hine took his camera across America to photograph children as young as three years old working for long hours, often under dangerous conditions, in factories, mines, and fields. Some of his images, such as the young girl in the mill glimpsing out the window, are among the most famous photographs ever taken.