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Kibbe's Candy Factory. Freddie Reed, Jos. Giordano, Willard Leavenworth, Francis Clancy. Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

Kibbe's Candy Factory. Joseph Giordano, Freddie Reed, Willard Leavenworth. Some of the smallest youngsters at Kibbe's. Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

Making willow plumes under unsanitary conditions. A dirty home, the father and several friends had been rushing the growler and booze was literally flowing around over table and floor. The father is a truck-driver out of work. The mother, Freddie (11yrs. old) and Antoinette (8 yrs. old) all work $1.50 to $2.00 a week now, "but we make $3.00 a week in summer when we can work all day and not go to school." Vincent Tranutolo, 309 E. 110th St., ground floor. Location: New York, New York (State)

Freddie Hicks

Freddie McLeod

Freddie McLeod

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder slung from a plane flown by A.M. Maltrup, about to drop into automobile below: automobile not shown]

Grantland Rice & Freddie McLeod

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder slung from a plane flown by A.M. Maltrup, about to drop into automobile below: automobile shown]

Justice McKenna & Freddie McLeod, 7/22/21

Harding and Freddie McLeod, 7/22/21

Justice McKenna & Freddie McLeod

Agnew, Freddie Gilbert, Ray Huntley, Larry O'Tell, Bob White

[Portrait of Wesley Prince, Nat King Cole, and Freddie Moore, between 1938 and 1948]

Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Howard and their son have been in Bath one and a half years. Used to live in their trailer some distance from Bath. Moved trailer into town about four months ago so that little boy could get to school. The trailer is homemade They used to live in Milo, Maine, where Mr. Howard worked on WPA (Work Projects Administration)

[Portrait of Ernie Caceres, Bobby Hackett, Freddie Ohms, and George Wettling, Nick's (Tavern)(?), New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

[Portrait of Sidney De Paris, Freddie Moore, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, Sammy Price, and Charlie Traeger, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, Hot Lips Page, Sidney Bechet, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Freddie Ohms, Eddie Condon's(?), New York, N.Y., ca. Mar. 1947]

[Portrait of Freddie Ohms, New York, N.Y.(?), ca. Mar. 1947]

[Portrait of Sid Catlett and Freddie Robbins, WOV office, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sid Catlett and Freddie Robbins, WOV office, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, Lloyd Phillips, and Bob Wilber, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Fess Williams and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of Fess Williams and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

Freddie Ross to Danny Kaye, June 4, 1974

Freddie march

Freddie march

Freddie march

Freddie march

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, Nat King Cole, and Wesley Prince, between 1938 and 1948]

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, Nat King Cole, and Wesley Prince, between 1938 and 1948]

Freddie quickstep

Freddie quickstep

Freddie quickstep

Freddie quickstep

Freddie quickstep

Kibbe's Candy Factory. Freddie Reed, 14 years, Hayden St., been working a few months. Left school this year as soon as he reached the legal work age. Is earning $ 4.00. Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

Kibbe's Candy Factory. Freddie Reed, 14 years, Hayden St., been working a few months. Left school this year as soon as he reached the legal work age. Is earning $ 4.00. Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

[Portrait of Bob Wilber, Freddie Moore, Sidney Bechet, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Bob Wilber, Freddie Moore, Sidney Bechet, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Hot Lips Page, Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Hot Lips Page, Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

Freddie's galop (Eight little scamps)

Freddie's galop (Eight little scamps)

Freddie's galop (Eight little scamps)

Freddie's galop (Eight little scamps)

Freddie's galop (Eight little scamps)

Freddie Kafer, a very immature little newsie selling Saturday Evening Posts and newspapers at the entrance to the State Capitol. He did not know his age, nor much of anything else. He was said to be 5 or 6 years old. Nearby, I found Jack who said he was 8 years old, and who was carrying a bag full of Saturday Evening Posts, which weighed nearly 1/2 of his own weight. The bag weighed 24 pounds, and he weighed only 55 pounds. He carried this bag for several blocks to the car. Said he was taking them home. Sacramento, California / Lewis W. Hine.

Freddie Kafer, a very immature little newsie selling Saturday Evening Posts and newspapers at the entrance to the State Capitol. He did not know his age, nor much of anything else. He was said to be 5 or 6 years old. Nearby, I found Jack who said he was 8 years old, and who was carrying a bag full of Saturday Evening Posts, which weighed nearly 1/2 of his own weight. The bag weighed 24 pounds, and he weighed only 55 pounds. He carried this bag for several blocks to the car. Said he was taking them home. Sacramento, California / Lewis W. Hine.

[Portrait of Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Eddie Condon, Tony Parenti, Wild Bill Davison, (Arthur) Brad (Bradford) Gowans, Jack Lesberg, and Freddie Ohms, Eddie Condon's, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1946]

[Portrait of Eddie Condon, Tony Parenti, Wild Bill Davison, (Arthur) Brad (Bradford) Gowans, Jack Lesberg, and Freddie Ohms, Eddie Condon's, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1946]

[Kibbe's Candy Factory. Freddie Reed, 14 years, Hayden St., been working a few months. Left school this year as soon as he reached the legal work age. Is earning $ 4.00.] Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

[Kibbe's Candy Factory. Freddie Reed, 14 years, Hayden St., been working a few months. Left school this year as soon as he reached the legal work age. Is earning $ 4.00.] Location: Springfield, Massachusetts.

Freddie Kafer, a very immature little newsie selling Saturday Evening Posts and newspapers at the entrance to the State Capitol. He did not know his age, nor much of anything else. He was said to be 5 or 6 years old. Nearby, I found Jack who said he was 8 years old, and who was carrying a bag full of Saturday Evening Posts which weighed nearly 1/2 of his own weight. The bag weighed 24 pounds, and he weighed only 55 pounds. He carried this bag for several blocks to the car. Said he was taking them home. Location: Sacramento, California / Lewis W. Hine.

Freddie Kafer, a very immature little newsie selling Saturday Evening Posts and newspapers at the entrance to the State Capitol. He did not know his age, nor much of anything else. He was said to be 5 or 6 years old. Nearby, I found Jack who said he was 8 years old, and who was carrying a bag full of Saturday Evening Posts which weighed nearly 1/2 of his own weight. The bag weighed 24 pounds, and he weighed only 55 pounds. He carried this bag for several blocks to the car. Said he was taking them home. Location: Sacramento, California / Lewis W. Hine.

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