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To the freeholders of New-York. To-day, Fellow-citizens, most of you have an important work to do, under the immediate eye of the representatives of confederated America.- you are to discover by your conduct, whether you are in earnest or not, i

[Title page and dedication page of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft (Boston, 1792); Dedication page is handwritten: "Presented to the Library of Congress by a great admirer of this earliest work for woman's right to equality...ever penned by a woman...(signed) Susan B. Anthony, Rochester, N.Y., Jan 1, 1904"]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Furniture. The Altar, Reading Desk and Statue carvings by the above exhibitors are noble examples of carved wood work in the Gothic Style. Medal of Special Award. Exhibition of 1872 [signed] New York Nov. 20th, 1872]

The "Rail splitter" at work repairing the Union.

Lessons for the uninitiated - pickpockets at work on the city railroad cars, New York / F. Beard del.

[Prisoners returning from work on Blackwell's Island, N.Y. C.]

Grant to Hayes - I guess that reform bait wont work this side. Better try and anti-Catholic worm

Hyenas at work / Gillam.

Firemen at work, 1733 (From an old Fire Certificate)

Police work over Silverstein at anarchist riot, Union Square, New York

A.I.C.P. -- work rooms for women

Cabinet Work, Manual Training, Public Schools, N.Y.

Rapid transit work at 59th St. & Central Park west, June 8th, 1901

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention Work

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention Work; page 3

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention Work; page 2

On the deck of the Slocum, showing the effects of the fire on metal work and s[tee]l. G[enera]l Slocum Di[saste]r, New York H[arbo]r, June 15, 1904

79 varieties. Depew: If I get out of these by the time I am 72 I will be able to do my real work in the Senate

Women In Many States At Work

Work in roadway, Blackwell's Island Bridge

Rinnce na h-Éireann : a simplified work on the performance of the dances of Ireland.

[Work Horse Parade, Borden team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

6 cents a gross. Make regularly from 10 to 12 gross a day. 122 Sullivan St. Mr. Malatesta - Helps because Health too bad work out. Mrs. Malatesta; Frank Malatesta, age 14; John Malatesta, age 11; Lizzie Malatesta, age 4. Boys w[or]k Sat. aft[ernoon] & evenings till 10 or 11. Lizzie separates petals. Location: New York, New York (State)

122 Sullivan St. 2nd Floor rear. Leveroni family. Earn 4 cents a gross making violets. Can make 20 gross a day when children work all day. Father has work. Mrs. Leveroni; Tessie Leveroni, age 9; Stephen Leveroni, age 6; Margaret Leveroni, age 7; Josephine Cordono, age 10. These children work on Saturdays on afternoons after 3 o'clock, and evenings until 8 or 9. Location: New York, New York (State)

12th Infantry, Signal Corps, Day Work, Governor's Island, N.Y.

Work Horse parade, New York City: spectators in stand

Work Horse Parade, [showing Anheuser Busch team], obstacle test, [New York]

Work Horse Parade, [Borden Team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

Work Horse Parade, obstacle test, [seen from above, New York]

Work Horse parade, New York City: horse and delivery wagon

Work Horse Parade, Borden Team, winner of obstacle test, New York

[New York City Police Dept. activities: Information Bureau at HQ--4 men at work]

Men Help New York State Woman Suffrage Association Raise Fund for Legislative Work in Albany

Customs man at work, N.D.L. Line pier, New York

[Linotype compositors at work, N.Y. World]

N.Y. Playground [raffia work]

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)

Group of Cannery Workers, School #1, Buffalo, N.Y. (from left to right): 1) Rose Paralto, 12 years old last summer. Helped mother on strawberries, Canning Factory, Simcoe, Canada. Entered school , January 3d, 1910. Last year, school work excellent, this year not good. 2) Josephine Pellina, 10 years old last summer. Strings beans in sheds of Forestville[sic?], Cannery. Came to school in September. 3) Christian Cengo, 10 years old last summer. Worked stringing beans in sheds Forrestville Cannery sometimes until 8 or 9 P.M. 4) Anna Gengo, 10 years old last summer. Sheds of Forrestville Cannnery. 5) Metea Spana, 13 years old last summer. Worked on peas and beans in the sheds of Eden Center Canning Factory. 6) Josephine Leone, 12 years old last summer. Helped in the sheds at Barker Cannery. 7) Frances Imperllario, 11 years old last summer. Worked on berries Cherry Creek Factory. 8) Mary Lefesso, 12 years old last summer. Worked at Barker Canning Factory. Entered school October 22d. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Millie, 13 years old last summer. Ignatio, 9 years old last summer. Jo, 6 years old last summer. Paresse Family, 4 Fly St., Buffalo, N.Y. All three worked in the Albion Canning Factory in the sheds (Jo, only a little) on peas, beans and corn. Jo was too small to get husks off the corn so they stopped his working. Millie and Ignatio made 40 to 50 cents a day each, at 8 cents and hour because the work was slack. Returned to Buffalo the last of October. Went out the last of May, losing about 11 weeks of school time. Millie would not go to school when she came back because she was behind the rest of the class. Was found out by the C.O.S. in January and was reported to truant officer and sent to school. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Miss Clara Louise Rowe, of Syracuse, N.Y., campaigned in the New York state referendum and was an organizer for the Women's Political Union. She has assisted in legislative work at the national headquarters; worked in Delaware and then in Montana, where she organized most of the countries. She is an excellent speaker.

John Gannon (14 years old) 104 Cherry St. John cannot secure an employment certificate because he lacks weight and cannot pass the physical test; he is also under sized for his age; has passed the school requirements. Mother is a widow, does day's work and earns $3 a week. Mary, oldest daughter, fields envelopes at $4 a week. Two children in the orphan asylum. Mother struggling hard to get office cleaning, so that she may take the children out and have a home of her own, as at present they are lodging with friends. We are giving a scholarship to John. Location: New York, New York (State) / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.]  Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].
[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

3:30 P.M. Group in tenement hallway. Ages, 14 months, 2, 5, and 7 years. Mother in shop sewing. Father out of work, bartender. Family, Novi, 189 Chrystie Street. Location: New York, New York (State)

Gizzi family, 175 Sullivan St., 3:30 P.M. Make little roses which are easier than violets, but bring only 9 cents gross. Left to right: Leo, 11 years old. Louise 14 years old. Jose 12 years old. Work after school and Saturday. Location: New York, New York (State)

Boys going to work in the American Locomotive Works. Location: Schenectady, New York (State)

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.  Location: Buffalo, New York (State)
Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Afternoon dismissal from a parochial school on Mott St. Many of these children go home to spend the afternoon and evening at work. Location: New York, New York (State)

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)

Group in School #1, Buffalo, N.Y. (from left to right): 1) Angeline Cortesi, 195 Trenton Ave., 13 years old last summer. Worked in factory at Hamburg, made 50 cents a day. Entered November 20th, and is doing excellent work. 2) Frances Pringvalli, 110 Georgia St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in Cherry Creek Canning Factory, husking corn. Entered school October 12th. 3) Minnie Leffero, 116 Georgia St., 10 years old last summer. Worked on corn and beans in sheds of Albion Canning Factory. Entered this school January 10th, from St. Anthony School. 4) Lena Ballanca, 209 7th St., 11 years old last summer. Went to Canada and helped mother shell peas and snip beans. Lost about 56 days of school. Was good last year but not so good this year. 5) Rose Capenti, 203 7th St., 13 years old last summer. A cannery worker. Entered school November 2d. 6) Anna Barone, 114 Trenton Ave., 9 years old last summer. Worked at home stringing beans for Cherry Creek Factory. 7) Charles Gullo, 115 Wilkinson St., 9 years old last summer. Worked Albion Factory made about $2.50 a week. Lost 7 weeks school time. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Cannery children in School # 2 Buffalo, N.Y. Two boys on left end work nights. Cosmus Laduca, 11 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in sheds, So. Dayton, N.Y. Frances Seinta, 13 years old last summer. Worked on beans in factory, Barker, N.Y. $1.50 a day. Lost 10 weeks school. Is a repeater. Mary Sciolino, 10 years old last summer stringing beans in sheds, Barker, N.Y. Salvatore Dicarlo, 11 years old last summer. Working on beans and corn until 9 P.M., sometimes, Albion, N.Y. Calegevo Mondo, 12 years old last summer. Husking corn, stringing beans, sticking apples on machine, Wilson , N.Y. Lost 11 weeks. Is a repeater in school. Cosmus Guarino, 12 years old last summer. Worked on beans and corn in sheds, Albion, N.Y. sometimes until 11 P.M. Also dropped cans. Lost 11 weeks school. Is a repeater. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Name: Children from school No. 2 in the Italian district Terrace[?] nr. Genesee St. Many of these children spend their summer vacations in the canning and fruit picking settlements where their parents go to work during the season. Feb. 8, 1910, Buffalo, N.Y. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Bell boys at the Hotel Martin, work until midnight. Location: Utica, New York (State)

[Children from school No. 2 in the Italian district Terrace[?] nr. GeneSt. Many of these children spend their summer vacations in the canning and fruit picking settlements where their parents go to work during the season. Feb. 8, 1910, Buffalo, N.Y.] Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

[Children from school No. 2 in the Italian district Terrace[?] nr. GeneSt. Many of these children spend their summer vacations in the canning and fruit picking settlements where their parents go to work during the season. Feb. 8, 1910, Buffalo, N.Y.] Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Group of boys at noon, in the American Locomotive Works district. Smaller ones going to school. Some work in the factory. Location: Schenectady, New York (State)

4 P.M. John Sachatello, a barber with a steady job helping family make flowers, 302 Mott St. Making "bluettes" at $2.00 a gross. Makes $12.00 to $13.00 a week when all work. Mary 5 yrs. old. Tommy 7 yrs. old. Location: New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Maggie Conte, 428 E. 116th St., top floor makes about $2.00 a week working lace collars, yokes, etc. for Cappellino's factory. Husband is carpenter. Work not steady. Brother-in-law boards with them. Location: New York, New York (State)

In a New York tenement house - the whole family at work taking out the pecan kernels

4:00 P.M. Mrs. Frances Rosep, 309 E. 110th St., New York., ground floor; and three children who work on willow plumes. Tony is 7 years old, Annie, 10. They are learning. Ruby, 12 years old, has worked some months. All make $2.50 a week. Father is a butcher. Location: New York, New York (State)

Father loafs while children work. He has no employment (Marion Zerpoli, 145 Hudson St., N.Y.) Mother picks nuts in Habicht, Braun Nut Factory, Hudson and Laight Sts., N.Y. Gets $4.00 a week. The children say they make $3.00 a week. Michael is 13 yrs. old. Madeline, 6 yrs. old and has cross eyes. Were working in a very dim light (no gas or lamp used except when most necessary). Location: New York, New York (State)

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)

A "reflection" on the parent. Reflection in looking glass shows the father who had been picking nuts but refused to be photographed. He is out of work. Tommy Mascola, 5 years, picks some, Minne, 7 years, Rosie 9, and Angeline 11. Make $3.00 and $4.00 a week. 145 Hudson St., New York City. Location: New York, New York (State)

U.S.S. North Dakota. Bakery, crew at work, Navy Yard, New York, June 22, 1911

Night scene. 7:30 P.M. January 29, 1912. Making violets, and they often work later. Pollinni family, 5 Carmine St., N.Y. living in a reary [i.e., rear.] tenement. The six year old helps some. The eight, ten, and twelve year olds work later than this at times. Brothers, 15 and 17 years old, work in factory. Location: New York, New York (State)

5 P.M. Making dolls legs for Campbell Kids. Cattena family, 71 Sullivan St., 5[th] floor front. As soon as the photo was taken, Rose carried the box full of finished legs to the Aetna Doll and Toy Co, (whose name was on the box). Tessie, (on the right) lives down stairs and does this work there. Was helping here. Rose is 14 yrs. old. Lena, (deformed), is 12, Nettie, 9 yrs. old is very deft. They all work after school and often until 10 P.M. Location: New York, New York (State)

Making hair-goods in the kitchen-living-room of H. Mowshowitz's, a contractor, 178 E. 2nd St., N.Y. The partly made puffs and switches were lying around on the floor. Apartment is small and three persons live there. They give out work also. See photo and label 2880. Location: New York, New York (State)

These garters are made for Berger, 92 Spring St. 9:00 P.M., Feb. 27/12. Making garters (armlets). A Jewish family and neighbors working until late at night. This happens several nights in the week when there is plenty of work, the youngest children working until 9 P.M. and the rest until 11:00 or later. Family of Adolph Weiss, 422 E. 3rd St., N.Y., Seven-year-old Sarah, next is 11 yr. old sister. Next is 13 yr. old brother. On left is seven-year-old Mary and ten-year-old Sam, and next the mother is a 12 yr. old boy. The last three are neighbors children who come in regularly to work. "It's better than running the streets" the father said. He was a grocery clerk but has been out of work for some months and works at home on the garters. Location: New York, New York (State)

A Night Scene (Photo by 9:00 P.M.) Flower making. Family of Mary Bezzola, 212 Sullivan St., N.Y. George (10 years old) and Levia (9 years old) work until 9:00 P.M. when work is rushing. Location: New York, New York (State)

Fire rescue work

Abandoned Grand Trunk work, Eddy St. Providence

108th Street, east from Third Avenue, N.Y. Centre for willow plume work. Location: New York, New York (State)

Brush-making late at night. Photo taken at 9:00 P.M., and they work later. Girls are 12 and 14 years old and go to school working in the morning before school and at night after studying is finished. Mother said, "It is better for children to learn something useful to do." The three average one dozen brushes a day. (30 cents.) One of the girls said she would rather work then i.e., than? study. Shultz family, 476 Third Ave., Brooklyn. February 5, 1912. Location: New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)

Brush-making late at night. Photo taken at 9:00 P.M., and they work later. Girls are 12 and 14 years old and go to school working in the morning before school and at night after studying is finished. Mother said, "It is better for children to learn something useful to do." The three average one dozen brushes a day. (30 cents.) One of the girls said she would rather work then [i.e., than?] study. Shultz family, 476 Third Ave., Brooklyn. February 5, 1912. Location: New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)

8:00 P.M. January 29, 1912. Cardinale family making silk flowers. Father wears a cast. Does not work. (See report on schedule.) Boy, 11 years old, helps some, even at night. 43 Carmine St., N.Y. Location: New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Larocca, 233 E. 107th St., N.Y., making willow plumes in an unlicensed tenement. Photo taken Feb. 29, 1912. License was revoked Dec. 19, 1911.Applied for again Feb 7, 1912, inspected Feb. 13 and refused Feb 14, 1912. Feb. 29, 1912 I found nine families (including the janitress) at work on feathers or with traces of the day's work still on the floor. Still other families were reported to be doing the work also, but were not home. When our investigator made her first calls here, she found the whole tenement in much worse condition (see schedule) Children had bad skin trouble, fever, etc. Grandmother was working the day this photo was taken. New York, New York (State)

2 P.M. Mrs. Katie --- (refused to give their name), 134 1/3 Thompson St., one flight up, front. Making artificial flowers in a crowded and dirty room used as kitchen, bed room, living room, and work room. Mother and family work including 8 and 9 yr. old girls in the photo (who were at home 2 P.M. on a school day) and the little 3 and 4 yr. olds who were helping by separating the petals. See report on schedule. Name is Darelli [or Tarelli?] 3 days after photo was taken the home was sealed up and disinfected by Board of Health for tuberculosis; 14 yr. old boy. Immediately the flower making resumed again. Location: New York, New York (State)

4:30 P.M. Flora Anseline, a busy girl. 5 Carmine St., N.Y. She goes to school, helps mother with housework, and makes flowers, working some nights until 10 P.M. The little boy helps some. Flora was 14 years old to-day, and said she expects to go to work as dressmaker soon. Location: New York, New York (State)

4 P.M. Katie and Josie, 137 Thompson St. Cassana and father working on artificial flowers. They work sometimes until 8 P.M., usually after school. Mother refused to be in the picture (see Miss Watson's schedule for data.) Location: New York, New York (State)

6 P.M. Francesco Forzaro, 313 E. 107th St., N.Y. Fifty-five year old man adding a little to income by making feathers. Can make about one dollar a week. Works by dim lamp-light in dark rooms. Is cheerful too. His 17 year old son helped him at this, but has just gone to work as an apprentice to plasterer. Location: New York, New York (State)

Woman carrying flowers home to work upon. Thompson St.,. Location: New York, New York (State)

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Mrs. Larocca, 233 E. 107th St., N.Y., making willow plumes in an unlicensed tenement. Photo taken Feb. 29, 1912. License was revoked Dec. 19, 1911.Applied for again Feb. 7, 1912, inspected Feb. 13 and refused Feb. 14, 1912. Feb. 29, 1912 I found nine families (including the janitress) at work on feathers or with traces of the day's work still on the floor. Still other families were reported to be doing the work also, but were not home. When our investigator made her first calls here, she found the whole tenement in much worse condition (see schedule) Children had bad skin trouble, fever, etc. Grandmother was working the day this photo was taken. New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Guadina, living in a rear house at 231 Mulberry St. N.Y., a dirty poverty-stricken home, and making a pittance by finishing pants. On the trunk is the work of four days. She was struggling along, (actually weak for want of food) trying to finish this batch of work so she could get the pay. There seemed to be no food in the house and she said the children had had no milk all day. The father is out of work (sells fish) on account of rheumatism. Three small children and another expected soon. Location: New York, New York (State)

Katie (13 years) and Angeline Javella (11 years), 311 E. 149th St. 2[nd] floor front, making cuffs, Irish lace. Income about $1 a week. Said they work some nights until 8 P.M. Location: New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Montemora, Fifty-five years old, is janitress for a large tenement, 133 W. Houston St., (lives Apt. 7) housing 26 families. When not tending the furnace or occupied with other duties for others and her own family, she makes flowers, assisted by her niece Josephine, 12 years old. They both work until 10:00 P.M. frequently. Photo was taken at 2:30 P.M., Feb 2, 1912, a school-day, and their only explanation was, "She just stayed out." Making buds. Several adult men relatives live with them. The flowers bring in only a dollar or two a week. Location: New York, New York (State)

6 P.M. Callabria family, 647 E. 12th St., N.Y. (see schedule) Mother finishes clothing. The children paste needle packages onto cards and said they all work at times until 10 or 11 P.M. They are 9, 12, 14 and 15 years old and all go to school. They are undersized. The baby in the cart is one month old. Location: New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Jessie Hardy Stubbs of Chicago and Washington, D.C., is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Stubbs' brilliant work in Illinois and New York is a part of the history of the national suffrage movement. She is well known and beloved throughout the country for her speaking and organizing ability and for the loyal service she has given to suffrage. She was formerly National Press Chairman of the Congressional Union.

Mrs. Evans Evans, wife of prominent New York physician. She is very active in the New York City work of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.

Elizabeth Stuyvesant, State Organizer, National Woman's Party, her great-grandfather died in the Revolution, her grandfather in the Civil War, and her brother is fighting in France. Five years of social work in New York City brought her to the determination to join the fight for woman's political liberty--Suffrage.

[Wall St., N.Y., 2 A.M. in broker's office: Clerks sleeping in office due to excessive work caused by heavy stock business]

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania. She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for two years. She has done factory inspection and trade union organization for women in the Consumers' League and Women's Trade Union League. Spent last three years, when able to work, campaigning for women suffrage. Took part in anti-Democratic campaign of California with Lucy Burns. Spokeswoman in working women's deputation to President Wilson, February, 1914.

To everyone in this plant: This plant is engaged upon government work [...] Our country is depending on you / L.N. Britton ; Thomsen-Ellis Co. Baltimore-New York.

Team work will win the war! / Phifer ; Industrial Conservation, N.Y.

Flag room -- delivering work

Wilson, Taft, Roosevelt and other national leaders indorse [sic] Y.M.C.A. work [...] / J. F. Butler ; Globe Lithographing Company, New York.

Civarro family, 2106 Second Avenue, second floor back, working on patriotic flag pins. They get 3 cents a gross for inserting pin and putting onto card. Mrs. Civarro with her three-months-old baby in her arms is working with four children aged 10, 9, 7 and 5, and a younger child that does not work (2 years). They work irregularly (as Mrs. Civarro does the janitor work for the building which is in fair condition, and receives in return only the rent free of three small rooms), and their net income for this work is $2 a week. 8 members of the family sleep in one small inner room. The tenement is not licensed for homework. Baby was a premature child and very small and frail. "It is so skinny." Husband is a laborer. Location: New York, New York (State) / Lewis W. Hine.

The spirit of war camp community service, United War Work Campaign / Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y.

United behind the service star, United War Work Campaign / Ernest Hamlin Baker ; Carey Print Lith., N.Y.

YMCA United War Work Campaign, November 11-18, 1918 / Alco-Gravure, Inc., N.Y. ; S. J. Wauk, Paris.

Rat-catcher at work