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A group of berry pickers on Johnson's Farm at Cannon, Del. Caroline Giammia, is 4 years old, and picking berries her 1st season, averaging 10 quarts a day. Nellie Giammia, 6 years of age, picking berries her 2d season, averaging 25 quarts per day. Tony Giammia, 8 years of age, picking berries 4th year, averaging 50 quarts per day. The children in the door of the shack do not work in the field.  Location: Cannon, Delaware.

A group of berry pickers on Johnson's Farm at Cannon, Del. Caroline Giammia, is 4 years old, and picking berries her 1st season, averaging 10 quarts a day. Nellie Giammia, 6 years of age, picking berries her 2d season, averaging 25 quarts per day. Tony Giammia, 8 years of age, picking berries 4th year, averaging 50 quarts per day. The children in the door of the shack do not work in the field. Location: Cannon, Delaware.

 
 
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01/01/1910
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Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, photographer
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