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Elias Boudinct, 1795-1805, List of U.S. Mint Employees

Washington, District of Columbia. Group of Quartermaster Corps employees

Treasury department. September 9, 1867. By direction of the President, the attention of officers and employees of this department is called to the following presidental proclamation, and they are directed to strictly observd its requirements for

[Chinese men greeting each other, a "compradore" (agent), a Tartar man, and an agricultural laborer with a scythe and a child]


[Samurai or retainer kneeling before government official or daimyo]

U.S. Reports: Hough v. Railway Co., 100 U.S. 213 (1880)

Garfield's death warrant. That letter in which he advocates an extended Chinese immigration --- He advises that employer's union of Lynn, Mass., "that the question of employees is only a question of private and corporate economy" ---Read, Workin

U.S. Reports: Ex parte Curtis, 106 U.S. 371 (1882)

[Three Treasury Department employees in office]

[Three Treasury Department employees, Mr. Steele(?) and two other men, posed in office]

[Two Treasury Department employees seated at desk in office]

White House employees

[Three Treasury Department employees, Mr. Graham, John Brown, and another man, posed in an office with a fireplace]

Bunch of pioneers from near Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Toward the monk the coal burner was deeply reverent

U.S. Reports: Coyne v. Union Pacific Railway Co., 133 U.S. 370 (1890)

U.S. Reports: Singer Manufacturing Company v. Rahn, 132 U.S. 518 (1889)

White House employees

[Treasury Department - employees in Mr. McClellend's room]

Restaurant for employees at an egg factory [interior], Shanghain, China

U.S. Reports: C., M. and St. P. Railway Co. v. Artery, 137 U.S. 507 (1890)

Treasury Dept. employees - Mr. Smith's room

Treasury Dept. employees - Miss Jane Searey and Miss Van Vranken

Eastern Siberian Railway employees station house, Ussuri Division

[Hiram Walker & Sons, employees at bottling works, Walkerville, Ont.]

E. Berliner & staff of U. S. Gramophone Co

U.S. Reports: Springer Land Association v. Ford, 168 U.S. 513 (1897)

Personnel of D.G.A.G, Hannover German(y)

Pay line at the Homestead works, showing some of the steel corporation's stockholding employees

[Cadillac Motor Car Co. employees, possibly in front of plant in Detroit, Michigan]

[Unidentified office, with 4 employees, Jefferson Building, Library of Congress]

Brunswick employees' luncheon

[People working in Card Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.]

Krupp Employees' children going to country

Why Jones discharged his clerks /

Employees' residences, National Cash Register [Company], Dayton, O[hio]

Characteristic employees' home, National Cash Register, Dayton, O[hio]

Parke Davis' employees /

U.S. Reports: Texas and Pacific Railway Company v. Swearingen, 196 U.S. 51 (1904)

[Employees at printing presses in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing]

U.S. Reports: Johnson v. Southern Pacific Company, 196 U.S. 1 (1904)


U.S. Secret Service employees at work

The skyscrapers of New York /

White House business office employees at work

Employees in a coffee estate in Brazil

Group of employees in Lancaster (S.C.) Cotton Mills. Location: Lancaster, South Carolina.

A few of the employees in the Clinton Mills, Clinton, S.C., going home from work. Many others as small were in evidence. Superintendent wouldn't allow me to take photos inside. Photo by flashlight. Location: Clinton, South Carolina.

Inside a cotton mill at Malaga - spooling room and girl employees, Spain

One of spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mfg. Co. (N.C.) She was 51 inches high. Had been in mill 1 year, some at night. Runs 4 sides, 48 cents a day. When asked how old, she hesitated, then said "I don't remember," Then confidentially, "I'm not old enough to work, but I do just the same." Out of 50 employees, ten children about her age. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.

This shows the number of small children on the day shift (50 employees in all) Whitnel, (N.C.) Cotton Mfg. Co. Nearly as many small ones on night shift. This is a new up-to-date mill. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.

More youngsters in Newton Cotton Mills, N.C. Out of 150 employees there were 20 of these boys and girls. Dec. 21, 1908. Location: Newton, North Carolina.

[Employees of People's Drug Store, Washington, D.C., standing in front of store]

[Employees posed standing in front of Peoples Drug Store, Washington, D.C.]

Local salesmen representing a box car grocery firm distributing groceries

The employees in Payne Cotton Mill, Macon, Ga. One of the Bibb Mfg. Co. mills. Overseer told me this mill made 70% profit last year and expected to make 100% this year. All these children were working and helping regularly. Location: Macon, Georgia.

[Employees of People's Drug Store, Washington, D.C., standing and sitting in store]

[Interior of People's Drug Store, 11th and G Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees behind the counter of soda fountain and customers]

[Interior of People's Drug Store, 11th and G Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees behind the counters and customers]

Augusta, Ga. A typical street scene in Gregtown where the employees in King Mill live. The Secretary of Associated Charities said this is the most degraded part of Augusta. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Reading room for the blind in the Library of Congress, where books and magazines in braille or moon type are always on hand. Several employees of this division are blind

[Interior of People's Drug Store, 7th and K Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees behind counter with display of smoking products including pipes, cigars, tobacco, and cigarettes]

[Employees at their workstations at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing]

Noon Hour. Workers in Enterprize [sic?] Cotton Mill, Augusta, Ga. The wheels are kept running through noon hour (which is only 40 minutes) so employees may be tempted to put in part of this time at machine if they wish. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

[Group of federal employees waiting for treatment at the Public Health Service Dispensary #32, which has recently been opened for the exclusive benefit of government workers]

Employees and ladies at the Dick Hibbard Brick Yard, Kearney, Nebraska

[Interior of People's Drug Store, No. 5, 8th and H Streets, N.E., Washington, D.C., with employees and customers]

"A School Factory" De Pedro Casellas Factory, Tampa, Fla. 18 employees, 5 of them young. Young boys and girls hire out as apprentices and pay the boss $15.00 to $25.00 for being taught. Location: Tampa, Florida.

[Employees going to work in Bates Mfg. Co. Lewiston, Me.] Location: [Lewiston, Maine]

[Employees working in Willard Battery Company, Washington, D.C.]

[Interior of back of People's Drug Store, 14th and U(?) Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees and customers, some seated at soda fountain]

Some of the boys in a "School Factory" De Pedro Casellas Cigar Factory, Tampa, Fla. 18 employees, 5 of them young apprentices. Pay to be permitted to work. Location: Tampa, Florida.

[Employees of People's Drug Store, No. 2, Washington, D.C., standing in front of store]

[Interior of People's Drug Store, 14th and U(?) Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees and customers]

Gaynor at City Employees' Parade

[Bessie Mine employees]. Location: [Bessie Mine, Alabama]

City Employees - N.Y.

Employees of the Baldwin Locomotive works standing outside bldg., Philadelphia

City Employees' parade - Review Stand

City Employees' parade

Picnic at Miller Park, Bloomington, Ill., Employees Aid Society of H. Mueller Mfg. Co., Decatur, Ill. - New York City

City Employees' parade

One of the young workers in Schoolfield Mills, Danville, Va. The proportion of youngsters to the large number of employees is not large. Location: Danville, Virginia.

U.S. Reports: Beutler v. Grand Trunk Railway, 224 U.S. 85 (1912)

Employees of the United Shoe Machinery Co., Beverly, Mass.

2nd Annual Outing, Herz' Employees

Employees, Dueber Hampden Watch Works, Canton, Ohio, Sept. 20, 1913

Weston - Mott Co. employees, Flint, Mich., Nov. 22, 1913

The new man on the job

Employees of Rice Tannery, Petoskey, Mich.

Fire Dept. in City Employees' parade, N.Y., 5/17/13

Employees' noon restaurant at the plant of the Cheney Bros. Silk Manufactory, So. Manchester, Conn., U.S.A.

Class in English for employees. Pocasset Mill. After day's work. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

U.S. Reports: Bowersock v. Smith, 243 U.S. 29 (1917)

Employees of Gossler Bros., Inc.--Notice!

To all employees: a call to action! / H[erber]t Paus del.

Emile and Joseph Berliner, shaking hands


Group of men gathered in front of a building at the Quincy and Squantum works of the Fore River plant of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation located on the Weymouth Fore River, Braintree and Quincy, Massachusetts

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