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Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room.  Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

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