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A few lines on Magnus Mode, Richard Hodges & J. Newington Clark. Who are sentenc’d to stand one hour in the pillory at Charlestown; to have one of their ears cut off, and to be whipped 20 stripes at the public whipping-post, for making and passi

There is an hour of peaceful rest

To the citizens of Washington. Fellow Citizens:- I am informed that at the Navy yard, and in other parts of the city, General Weightman is represented as being opposed to the "ten hour system." ... Geo. M. Grouard. Washington, May 29, 1850.

A fact. About this time last year, whilst I was working in the employ of Mr. J. T. Towers, a conversation occurred between Mr. Lenox and myself to this effect ... I replied that my day's work was done, that we worked on the ten hour system ... R

Read this! Let the following extract from a patriotic letter by Gen. Hovey and his Indiana Colonels stationed at Helena, Ark., to the democracy of Indiana, sink deep into the heart of every lover of his country. "In this dark hour of our country

The National committee of the Maryland state fair, appeal to the authors of America, to contribute, by the sacrifice of an hour each of their valuable time, a collective offering, ... for the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers of the Natio

Lincoln's last hour.

Hon. B.F. Wade awaiting the Senate Hour in the Vice President's Room in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Sweet hour of night

I'm with thee every hour

O happy day! O blessed hour!

What honest independent Republicans say. A great independent leader speaks to the people! New York, June 5. To Blaine headquarters, Chicago: Beware of those "eleventh hour" independents, who are masquerading at Chicago ... I speak for five hundr

Improve the present hour

The zero hour

New sand in the hour glass

Bay State Limited, N.Y., N.H. & H. Railroad passing Guilford, Conn. at 60 miles per hour

Double tracks and tanks (N. Y. & L. B. R. R.) near Long Branch, N. J. engine scooping water; train running 25 miles an hour.

Francis Schlatter. "Last hour treating in Denver"

"Black Diamond Express", at the speed of 55 miles an hour. Lehigh Valley R.R.

The children's hour, Chinatown, San Francisco

The children's hour, Chinatown, San Francisco

"Royal Blue Line Limited", at the speed of 55 miles an hour. B&O, P&R and Central R.R. of New Jersey

The children's hour, Chinatown, San Francisco

Baby's happy hour

The duty of the hour; - to save her not only from Spain, but from a worse fate / Dalrymple.

[Atlantic City, N.J., the bathing hour]

[Lunch hour on the levee, Jacksonville, Fla.]

Morning study hour, St. Xavier's Academy, Beatty, PA

[Bathing hour, Palm Beach, Florida]

The fastest train in the world. N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Empire State Express taken wh[en] [ru]nning 66 miles per hour.

[Bathing hour, Atlantic City, N.J.]

[Lunch hour on the docks, Jacksonville, Fla.]

Poole - Simplex, 24 hour race, Brighton Beach

[Bathing hour, Lake Elizabeth, West Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.]

Noon hour, Hope Webbing Co. /

Afternoon concert hour, the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

Afternoon concert hour, Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

Taken just as the Great Floral Clock struck the half hour, World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo.

Afternoon concert hour, the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

The girl of the hour / Ehrhart.

Bathing hour, Atlantic City, N.J.

Bathing hour on the beach, Seabreeze [i.e. Daytona Beach], Fla.

Jake the telegraph clerk, who was too small to be a soldier, had talked to her by the hour

Bath hour and birthday costume

Noon hour at the shipyard, Newport News, Va.

The noon hour

Hydraulic ore-unloaders that lift 1800 tons an hour, and laden lake vessel, Cleveland, Ohio

Chicago - Meat Packing Industry - Swift's Packing House: automatic scraping machine (capacity 1000 hogs per hour)

At the hour of midnight

An hour later the man and woman climbed the hill painfully alone

Cowboys at dinner - Scene at noon hour in a typical cowboy camp of the "Wild and Wooly West" Arizona

Lunch hour. Singer Mfg. Co., The boys works there: girl carries lunch. Location: South Bend, Indiana.

Men Fly 46 Miles an Hour- Extraordinary Exploit of the Wright Brothers [1 May 1908]

Noon Hour at an Indianapolis Meat Packing House. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Closing Hour, 3 p.m. Trenton Mills, Gastonia, N.C. Zoe Lanier. Help sister in mill. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina.

Noon Hour in a Furniture Factory, Indianapolis. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Closing hour Loray Mill, Gastonia, N.C. November 7, 1908. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Newberry Mills, (S.C.) Noon hour. Dec. 3, 08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Newberry, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Noon Hour, Bosse Furniture Co., Evansville, Ind. Oct. 1908. Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Noon hour. Muncie Wheel & Jobbing Co. Most of the boys were gone home to dinner. Location: Muncie, Indiana.

Noon Hour in an Indianapolis Furniture Factory. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon Hour at an Indianapolis Meat Packing House. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Bathing hour, Atlantic City, N.J.

World Furniture Company noon hour, Evansville, Ind. Boy at left hand end was running Machine Composed of two Unguarded Circular Saws. The board he was pushing stuck and he gave it an impatient shove. Had he slipped, both hands and arms would have gone into the edges of the saws, (full force) which were turned toward him. Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Noon hour, Lancaster Cotton Mills, S.C. Location: Lancaster, South Carolina.

Newberry Mills (S.C.) Noon hour. All are working here. Witness, Sara R. Hine. Location: Newberry, South Carolina.

Trenton Mill, Gastonia, N.C. Tom Jenkins (left hand end) 13 years old, been in mill 3 year. Walter Jenkins, 15 years old. 4 years in mill. John Glover, (right hand) 16 years old, at mill 5 years. Closing hour, 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina.

Noon hour, Ivey mill, hickory, N.C. Location: Hickory, North Carolina. / Photo by [...]

Night shift at Glass Works, Grafton, W. Va. 11:30 P.M. Going to work after 1 hour recess. (see label on #162.) Location: Grafton, West Virginia.

Noon hour, Singer Mfg Co., Boys work there: girls carry lunch. Location: South Bend, Indiana.

Noon hour, Singer Mfg. Co. Boys work there: girls carry lunch. Location: South Bend, Indiana.

[It will take me an hour or so, I'm afraid, said Moore politely]

Noon Hour In an Indianapolis Cannery. Aug., 1908. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Some operatives in An Indianapolis Cotton Mill at the Noon Hour. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana. / Photo by [...]

Noon Hour in an Indianapolis Furniture Factory. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon Hour In an Indianapolis Cotton Mill, Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon hour at An Indianapolis Cannery. Aug., 1908. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon Hour, Indianapolis Meat packing House, Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon Hour Meal at an Indianapolis Packing House, Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon hour in Macon Knitting Mill, Macon, Ga. Half a dozen other small boys did not get into photo. Location: Macon, Georgia.

Noon hour, April 17, 1909. All these boys (and many others) work in the Natick (R.I.) Mills. Some of the smaller ones said they worked there two years. Location: Natick, Rhode Island.

Dick Hibbard Brick Yard, Kearney, Nebraska, after the closing hour.

Noon hour, Cocheco Mfg. Co., Dover, N.H. May 17, 1909. Young girls working regularly. A number of others there, some even younger. Location: Dover, New Hampshire.

Noon hour. Moore Bros. Glass Co. Clayton, N.J. All are workers. Location: Clayton, New Jersey.

Woodbury Bottle Works. Woodbury, N.J. Noon hour. Woodbury, N.J. All are workers. Location: Woodbury, New Jersey.

Noon hour. Herman Rette (right hand), Arsene Lussier. Both been working in Chace Cotton Mill, Burlington, Vt. for over a year. (See #730.) Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Noon hour, May 5, 1909, in the drawing-in room of American Woolen Co., Winooski, Vt. In front row are:- Right hand end, Allexina Lavelley; next - Anna Cross; next - Cecile Cauchon. In back row, right-hand, Lena Campbell; next, Albina Seymour. I counted 20 girls (under 14) going in at 7 a.m. Location: Winooski, Vermont / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Noon hour. Goodall Worsted Co., Sanford, Me. These are not the youngest. Young girls too. Location: Sanford, Maine.

Noon hour, Cape May Glass Co. N.J., One of the small boys. Location: Cape May, New Jersey.

A bad New Years start for the children. A group of doffer boys who were cleaning up in the Atherton Mill, Charlotte, N.C., during the noon hour. The superintendent had forbidden my taking any photos on the company's premises, so I slipped in at noon when authorities were away, gathered the boys together and took this. See photos 472 to 479. Location: Charlotte, North Carolina / by Lewis W. Hine. Jan 1, 1909.

Woodbury Bottle Works. Noon Hour. Woodbury, N.J. All are workers. Location: Woodbury, New Jersey.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. See photos 500 to 509. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour. Boys working in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Location: Somersworth, New Hampshire.

Noon hour, April 17, 1909. Natick, (R. I.) Mills. Location: Natick, Rhode Island.

Noon hour, King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. We had not seen these children when we were shown through the mill. See photos 500 to 509. Jan. 14, 1909. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Noon hour. Moore Bros. Glass Co., Clayton, N.J. All are workers. Location: Clayton, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Woodbury Bottle Works. Noon hour. Woodbury, N.J. All are workers. Location: Woodbury, New Jersey.

Orville Wright and Lieutenant Lahm of the United States Signal Corps making the world's record flight at Fort Myer, on July 27--The aeroplane made fifty miles at a speed of about forty miles an hour

One of the many young girls working in the Natick (R.I.) Mills. Noon hour. Location: Natick, Rhode Island.

Noon hour, Sanford Mfg. Co., Sanford, Me. Some young boys and girls employed here. Location: Sanford, Maine.