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[Eight grade profiles of streets in Georgetown, Washington D.C.].

Teaming up the Grade at Slippery Ford, El Dorado County

Gold Hill--General View, from the Ophir Grade, looking South

Looking down the grade at Slippery Ford, El Dorado County

Van Sickle's Hotel, foot of the grade, Carson Valley

Pyramid Peak, from the top of the grade at Slippery Ford, El Dorado County - Wagon teams in scene

Camp on B & M grade west of Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Sir Bartle group of yearling grade hereford steers and their sire

Cranberry Grade

Seventeen mile grade near Everet's

Cheat River grade, Tray Run

Source of the Potomac, seventeen mile grade

Crabtree gorge, seventeen mile grade

Devil's Glen, seventeen mile grade

East from seventeen mile grade

A tea train - down grade; Zebu bullock carts on mountain road near Haputale

[Children in a classroom blowing pinwheels in a Washington, D.C., grade school]

[3rd Division grade school pupils on field trip to U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

[Grade school students of the Fifth Division studying measuring in front of school, Washington, D.C.]

[2nd Division grade school pupils examining mail box, Washington, D.C.]

[Teacher and group of grade school children standing around bird cage and studying birds, Washington, D.C.]

[7th Division grade school pupils working in classroom, Washington, D.C.]

[Washington, D.C., grade school children on tour in the U.S. Capitol]

[Washington, D.C., Fifth division grade school]

[Grade school children posed in classroom, with teacher standing in back of room, Washington, D.C.]

[Grade school, Washington, D.C. - children drawing and cutting rectangles, triangles, etc.]

[1st Division grade school pupils on field trip, Washington, D.C.]

[Grade school, Washington, D.C. - outdoor exercise class]

J.H. La Pearl's combination of sure hits the most versatile and high grade artists on earth.

U.S. Reports: American Sugar Ref. Co. v. United States, 181 U.S. 610 (1901)

Pedro Miguel Lock site, excavations, looking south down to grade, Panama

Miner Normal--1st grade. Ada Hand, teacher

At the museum - fourth grade

Yosemite from Oak Flat grade / Boysen, Yosemite.

Students and teacher, Miss Ada Phillips, at the Cozad Grade School, Cozad, Dawson County, Nebraska.

[Construction work, grade separation from Buchanan Street, Detroit, Mich.]

[Construction work, grade separation, Fourteenth Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

Children from Grade 5, School #2, Buffalo, N.Y. All worked in Cannery last summer. Rose Cugino, 12 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in the sheds of Albion, sometimes until 9 P.M. Made 50 cents a day. Is making good in school work. Joseph Cangiamila, 11 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in the sheds until 8 P.M., sometimes at Gowanda. Lost 3 weeks school. Henry Panasoi, 11 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in the sheds sometimes into the evening at Gowanda. Lost 3 weeks schooling. Andrew Geraci, 13 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in the sheds and dropped tomatoes cans into machine, sometimes until 9 P.M. and 10 P.M., at Albion, N.Y. Made 75 cents to $1.00 a day. Lost 7 weeks of school, but is making good. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Mary and Minnie Gillim, fourteen and fifteen years old. They were commencing to attend the Mill School at Avondale, and had been to school but two weeks in their lives. Were in the low first grade in company with a child of six years. At that time (Nov. 30/10) their father was trying to take them out of school and put them back into the cotton mill. He has no obvious occupation. Location: Birmingham, Tennessee.

Joseph Buonasari, 207 7th Street, Buffalo, N.Y. Second Grade, School #1. 12 years old last summer. Worked on beans and apples and tomatoes in sheds and factory, getting 50 cents a day, sometimes until 8 P.M. Parents sometimes work all night until 5 A.M. Entered School #1, January 11th from School #2. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Children in Grade 4, School #2, Buffalo, N.Y. All of them worked in Cannery Sheds at Albion, Wilson, Hamburg, etc., last summer. Ages run from 10 to 13 years. Entered school late. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Mary Alimeda, 500 Wichendon Street, Providence. Is in 3rd grade. Also Anton Enos of E. Falmouth. Location: Falmouth [vicinity] - Swift's Bog, Massachusetts.

[Smallest boy six buttons on coat is Silveo Calabrese, 10 Thornton St., works in R.H. Long Shoe Factory. George Brothers, 99 Winthrop St., works in R.H. Long Shoe Factory, been there 8 [?] weeks; has finished seventh grade.] Location: South Framingham, Massachusetts.

Laura Santos and family, 500 Wichendon Street, Providence. Said 12 years. Picks 20 to 25 measures a day. Is in 4th grade will be here 5 weeks more. Location: Falmouth [vicinity] - Swift's Bog, Massachusetts.

Smallest boy six buttons on coat is Silveo Calabrese, 10 Thornton St., works in R.H. Long Shoe Factory. George Brothers, 99 Winthrop St., works in R.H. Long Shoe Factory, been there 8 [?] weeks; has finished seventh grade. Location: South Framingham, Massachusetts.

Ralph Kuyrkendall. "I'm learnin' to spin in Magnolia Cotton Mill. Work with Blanch ---. I'm 10 years old. Been in the First Grade three years and Second Grade one year." See photo of family, #2097 and label. Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.

Tom and Jerry, 8 and 9 yrs. respectively. Tom is the "limit" in deportment at school, and Jerry had reputation as a truant until placed in ungraded class. He is in 1.A grade. The greatest sin to him is "being found out." 4 P.M. Location: Newark, New Jersey.

Extremes meet. One of the youngest and one of the older messenger boys in Mobile. The small boy is Emmet Brewster, Postal messenger #3. 11 years old; been working there 7 months. Makes $10 to $15 a month. Finished the third grade in school. I saw him carrying messages late at night. See Alabama report. Location: Mobile, Alabama.

2 violations. Simon Birdsong (left hand boy) said: "I'm about 12." His mother said: "He's old enough to work all right," but the boy admitted that she had to sign up that he was older than he was. He appears to be 10. Has had job doffing for several weeks. Could not write his own name. Has had no schooling after the 1st grade. Wylie Haw (right hand boy). Mother says he is 12 years old now. Been working 1 year. She is a widow. Location: Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina.

Sanford Cotton Mill. Accident case. Carl Thornburg a 12 year old boy who went to work at 11. A few weeks ago he caught his arm in the "lapper" machine, and broke it in 2 places. He said: "I sure didn't mean to. Was jus goin through the lapper room an fust thing I knew everything went black." The family is hard-up. Father is a paralytic. Here is a real chance for a mill to do a benevolent deed by making some recompense to this crippled boy and his paralytic father. They think it's charity to give a boy work under legal age, but when he is injured they forget that side of it. No suggestion of any kind of recompense has been heard. Jim Browning said he was 12 years old, but that is doubtful. Has worked 6 months here; gets 50 cents a day. Is in the 2nd grade at school. Location: Sanford, North Carolina.

German women after second grade meat

Girls - one 14 years and two 12 years old in the third grade of the Rockwood Place School. Some children 7 and 8 years old in this grade. Regular age is 8 and 9. Teacher says retardation is due chiefly to beet work. Location: Fort Collins, Colorado / L.W. Hine.

Grade school drill, Bull Park, 1915

Grade school drill, Bull Park, 1915

14 year old Henry in the fourth grade of the Rockwood Place School. He is four grades behind, and the teacher says it is on account of the beet work. Location: Fort Collins, Colorado L.W. Hine

14 year old Henry in the fourth grade of the Rockwood Place School. He is four grades behind, and the teacher says it is on account of the beet work. Location: Fort Collins, Colorado / L.W. Hine.

Demetra Jones. Father, G.G. Jones, R. 3, Sonora, Ky. 11-year old farm hand. Father said: "She's the only farm hand I got. She helps a lot in the field work and house work too. Is good in school--5th grade." He owns the farm and expects to build soon. Location: Hardin County--Sonora [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Estice Webb Herrmann, who left the seventh grade of the Elizabethtown, Ky. Public School in October 1915 soon after commencing the grade to be married. Was only 15 years old. Now living on a small farm far from neighbors and with no one but her husband and mother-in-law. She is standing with her husband. See report. Location: White Mills vicinity, Kentucky L.W. Hine

At Certificate Office. M.A. Lillian Gurmond, 597 Lawton. French - Born Sept. 2, 1900. Geo. B. Stone. Left at 14 in the 5th grade to be a "braider tender" at the Fall River Webbing Co. (applying for this job). Has also been a clipper at the Standard Speciality Co. and weaver at Lincoln Mfg. Co. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

[Louis Pelissier, 29 8th St., 16 year old (May 16, 1916) applicant 2nd grade - deficient mentality. Doesn't know name of place where he is going to work. Made it out for Small's mill, they weren't sure. Had been a sweeper but work was too hard for him. Didn't know how much he was to get. (Miss Smith to see what kind of card he got.) Worked at Union Mill, $3.27, as a sweeper.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

[French - Albertine Angelhart, 35 Gangion St. - 14 years old January 2nd - left in 4th grade. Weaver in Flint Mill. Apply for certificate. Had been a weaver one months in one mill and two days in next but it was a stop motion loom which she didn't know how to operate.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Wood carving group of working boys at King Philip Settlement - Names beginning at our right: 6. Frederick Reinhadt, 15, 147 Grant Street. 5. Arthur Bourque, 14, 415 Kilburn St., 3. Anthony Bello, 16, 75 Mt. Hope Ave. 8th grade Slade School - wants good education more than work. 1. Wm. Berupe, 15, 36 Assonet St., Sweeper, Iron Works, 7:30-11:30, 1-5. Barber Shop 7 years old, now Fridays and Saturday afternoons and until 12 at night. 4. Herman Reinhadt, 17, Hub Clothing Co. clerk. Was a doffer in the mule room. 7. Manuel Ferreira, 15, 27 Whittier St. Sweeper, Iron Works, same schedule as Berupe. 2. John Megna, 16, 75 Mt. Hope Avenue, Sweeper, Iron Works, - Two previous positions. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

French - Albertine Angelhart, 35 Gangion St. - 14 years old January 2nd - left in 4th grade. Weaver in Flint Mill. Apply for certificate. Had been a weaver one month in one mill and two days in next but it was a stop motion loom which she didn't know how to operate. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

[Estice Webb Herrmann, who left the seventh grade of the Elizabethtown, Ky. Public School in October 1915 soon after commencing the grade to be married. Was only 15 years old. Now living on a small farm far from neighbors and with no one but her husband and mother-in-law. She is standing with her husband. See report. L.W. Hine.] Location: [White Mills vicinity, Kentucky]

Applying for work paper first time Gertrude Pereira, 99 Stowe St., 14 years old - to be a ring spinner in Borden City Mill. 6th Grade, Wiley School. Learned to spin in school vacations. Rather go to work. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Louis Pelissier, 29 8th St., 16 year old (May 16, 1916) applicant 2nd grade - deficient mentality. Doesn't know name of place where he is going to work. Made it out for Small's mill, they weren't sure. Had been a sweeper but work was too hard for him. Didn't know how much he was to get. (Miss Smith to see what kind of card he got.) Worked at Union Mill, $3.27, as a sweeper. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

[Applying for work paper first time Gertrude Pereira, 99 Stowe St., 14 years old - to be a ring spinner in Borden City Mill. 6th Grade, Wiley School. Learned to spin in school vacations. Rather go to work.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

[Applying for work paper first time Gertrude Pereira, 99 Stowe St., 14 years old - to be a ring spinner in Borden City Mill. 6th Grade, Wiley School. Learned to spin in school vacations. Rather go to work.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Applying for certificate - Leo Mette, 205 Albany St., 14 years. Application for Flint Mill as sweeper. Left school in 3rd grade. Slightly defective speech. 2nd application. Worked two weeks in Cote' Piano Factory. Couldn't describe operation there. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Estice Webb Herrmann, who left the seventh grade of the Elizabethtown, Ky. Public School in October 1915 soon after commencing the grade to be married. Was only 15 years old. Now living on a small farm far from neighbors and with no one but her husband and mother-in-law. She is standing with her husband. See report. Location: White Mills [vicinity], Kentucky / L.W. Hine.

Estice Webb Herrmann, who left the seventh grade of the Elizabethtown, Ky. Public School in October 1915 soon after commencing the grade to be married. Was only 15 years old. Now living on a small farm far from neighbors and with no one but her husband and mother-in-law. She is standing with her husband. See report. L.W. Hine. Location: White Mills vicinity, Kentucky

75 Sixth Grade children (colored) crowded into 1 small room in an old store building near Negro High School, with 1 teacher. See Bliss report. Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Sarah Crutcher, 12-year-old girl herding cattle. Route 4, c/o S.O. Crutcher. She was out of school (#49 Comanche County) only 2 weeks this year and that was to herd 100 head of cattle for her father, a prosperous farmer. She said: "I didn't like it either." She is doing well in school. Is in Grade 8. Location: Lawton, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[75 Sixth Grade children (colored) crowded into 1 small room in an old store building near Negro High School, with 1 teacher.] Location: [Muskogee, Oklahoma] / [Lewis W. Hine]

[Sarah Crutcher, 12-year-old girl herding cattle. Route 4, c/o S.O. Crutcher. She was out of school (#49 Comanche County) only 2 weeks this year and that was to herd 100 head of cattle for her father, a prosperous farmer. She said: "I didn't like it either." She is doing well in school. Is in Grade 8.] Location: [Lawton, Oklahoma] / Lewis W. Hine.

Recess games in charge of grade teacher of Jefferson School. See Miss Folks' report. Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

The lone teacher in charge of a room where 123 Kindergarten and First Grade children are enrolled. Dunbar School. Teacher said: "There are only 70 here to-day. There must be an epidemic around." Principal in background. See Bliss report. Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[Sarah Crutcher, 12-year-old girl herding cattle. Route 4, c/o S.O. Crutcher. She was out of school (#49 Comanche County) only 2 weeks this year and that was to herd 100 head of cattle for her father, a prosperous farmer. She said: "I didn't like it either." She is doing well in school. Is in Grade 8.] Location: [Lawton, Oklahoma] / [Lewis W. Hine]

Medical inspection and examining throats in Grade 6 of Washington School. Location: Lawton, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Medical inspection and testing eyes in Grade 5 of Washington School. Location: Lawton, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Mount Lebanon. Beirut. Aleih, Ras-el-Metn District. Aleih. Showing cogged R.R. [i.e., railroad] in foreground on steep grade

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. High Grade Lamp Co. lecture, 4th floor

Jaffa to Jerusalem. Train at Battir. Pulling up steep grade

Dorothy [...] French graduating class group, 8th grade

Grade school meet

Grade school meet

Grade school meet

First grade at work

Story hour in the first grade

8th grade graduates, May 30th, 1929, Harrisburg, Ill.

Moscow, USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). A grade school

Sixth grade school room in the Latvian USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Jerusalem Water Works. Steep grade. Pipe laying just outside Jerusalem

Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Virgie Corbin, Blue Ridge Mountain Girl. This girl who is about sixteen has the mentality of a child of seven. She has never advanced beyond the second grade. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

First grade boy and girl at drawing board in schoolroom. Reedsville, West Virginia

Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

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