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Mr. Trade & family or the state of ye nation / St--t, B--rn--d, & Co. origt. ; G--rm--e, N--h & Co. excr.

Mr. Trade & family or the state of ye nation / St--t, B--rn--d, & Co. ...

Print shows a ragged family driven to poverty probably through the policies and actions of the Earl of Bute, George Germain, and Lord North, with some able assistence by former Massachusetts governor Francis Be... More

Honneurs rendus à la Pauvreté en l'Eglise de St. Jacques de la Boucherie

Honneurs rendus à la Pauvreté en l'Eglise de St. Jacques de la Boucher...

Print shows draperies being hung on the walls of Church of St. Jacques de la Boucherie as a crowd of working class men, women, and children, many carrying torches, accompany a coffin carried by two men during a... More

National contrasts or Bulky and Boney / etch'd by Roberts.

National contrasts or Bulky and Boney / etch'd by Roberts.

Print shows, on the left, a plump, "bulky" Englishman smoking a pipe while seated at a table laden with food and drink, on his left a cornucopia overflows with coins, and under the table is a dog with collar la... More

Merry making on the regents birth day, 1812 / G. Cruikshank.

Merry making on the regents birth day, 1812 / G. Cruikshank.

Print shows George, the Prince Regent, dancing and drinking at a lavish party with the wife of a man who sits with a dejected look on his face and holding a sheet of paper "Order of the day" which lists "Breakf... More

The chamber of genius / Rowlandson, inv., 1812.

The chamber of genius / Rowlandson, inv., 1812.

British cartoon shows an artist wearing nightshirt and painting a picture at his home/studio while his wife, children, and a cat are neglected. Among the pictures on the wall in the background is a balloon "Ara... More

The tree of liberty.  The free population of the United States enjoying the refreshing shade of the tree of liberty

The tree of liberty. The free population of the United States enjoyin...

A somewhat puzzling commentary on two issues: slavery and economic protectionism. The date of the print is uncertain, but it may have appeared as part of the reaction against the Walker Tariff of 1846. A Northe... More

Slavery as it exists in America. Slavery as it exists in England

Slavery as it exists in America. Slavery as it exists in England

A challenge to the Northern abolitionist view of the institution of slavery, favorably contrasting the living conditions of American slaves (above) with the lot of the industrial poor in England (below). The fi... More

Adversity. Effect of grass-hoppers coming down

Adversity. Effect of grass-hoppers coming down

Humorous photograph shows man in home looking poverty stricken. House is in disarray and writing on wall says "Go west young man, go west." 7537J U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by James A. Farnham, 1875. No. ... More

Tattered sunshine

Tattered sunshine

13620 U.S. Copyright Office. General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fellows, 2005-... More

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

Photograph shows women, probably related to Jacob A. Riis, walking possibly in New York or Denmark. Title from item.

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

Photograph shows women, probably related to Jacob A. Riis, walking in front of an octagonal-appearing house, possibly in New York or Denmark. Title from item.

Cavalier and Roundhead (rich and poor) / Alfred W. Strutt.

Cavalier and Roundhead (rich and poor) / Alfred W. Strutt.

Print showing a young cavalier on horseback and a poor boy riding a mule, each accompanied by a dog. Includes a remarque in lower right corner showing a dog's head looking at a falcon resting on an arm. X32903 ... More

America's partisan "patriots" / C.J. Taylor.

America's partisan "patriots" / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Benjamin Harrison pointing to himself, John Sherman with a sign that states "The Sherman Bill Did It!", William McKinley holding a sign that states "The McKinley Bill Did It!", and Thomas B. Reed po... More

Progress and poverty - a decoration day study / Dalrymple.

Progress and poverty - a decoration day study / Dalrymple.

Print shows waves of veterans marching through a memorial arch on "Decoration Day", carrying banners that state "We will continue to save the country, so long as there is a dollar in the Treasury" and "Army of... More

Jacob Riis

Jacob Riis

Half-length portrait, seated, facing right. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress).

Jacob Riis
"Our office - my partner, Mr. Ensign at the desk, I in the corner"

"Our office - my partner, Mr. Ensign at the desk, I in the corner"

Photograph shows Jacob Riis, Amos Ensign, and unidentified man in their office at the New York Tribune police bureau, New York, New York. Title from item. Published in: The making of an American / by Jacob A. R... More

[Jacob August Riis, half-length portrait, facing front, arms folded]

[Jacob August Riis, half-length portrait, facing front, arms folded]

H39634 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by J. E. Purdy, Boston. No. 3.

Jacob Riis

Jacob Riis

Portrait, 3/4, seated. Copyright by Pach Bros. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Three old friends. The President, Bishop Vincent and Jacob Riis taken at Chautauqua NY, August 11th 1905

Three old friends. The President, Bishop Vincent and Jacob Riis taken ...

Photo shows President Roosevelt, Bishop Vincent, and Jacob Riis, full-length portrait, facing front, standing at the entrance to a brick building at Chautauqua, New York, on August 11th 1905. Title from item. T... More

From the depths / Wm. Balfour-Ker.

From the depths / Wm. Balfour-Ker.

Print shows a lavish social event in a large ballroom attended by the well-to-do; the party is disrupted when a fist erupts through the floor, beneath which are the struggling masses of the less fortunate who p... More

[Jacob August Riis, 1849-1914, head and shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

[Jacob August Riis, 1849-1914, head and shoulders portrait, facing sli...

H75059 U.S. Copyright Office. Photo by Pirie MacDonald. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photographers Index; BI; Shelf.

Over the hills to the poor house

Over the hills to the poor house

The widowed elderly mother of three adult children, two sons and a daughter, wishing to relieve herself of the burden of care of her property, decides to divide it up among her children. To her son Charles, a w... More

The slave

The slave

In ancient Rome, the beautiful Nerada is courted by Deletius, a wealthy patrician, but she marries the sculptor Alachus instead. Several years later, the sculptor's family is in dire straits, their child dying ... More

Things as they ought to be; kid cut ups puzzle, How did Noah get the animals into the ark?

Things as they ought to be; kid cut ups puzzle, How did Noah get the a...

G73627 and G73630 U.S. Copyright Office. General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fe... More

Interior of one of the living rooms in shack used by pickers on Theodore Budd's Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. Three persons lived in this room. See photo #1114. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia and people will stay here two weeks more. E.F. Brown. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Interior of one of the living rooms in shack used by pickers on Theodo...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 1113. "Theodore Budd's Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton" appears to be crossed out on the caption card. Perh... More

Small shack on Forsyth's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the family living in this one room. Room is 10 ft. x 11 ft. x 5 12 ft. high and gable attic above. (See family picking cranberries in Photo #1151.) Wooden toilets near at hand, and bushes used as such, gave forth very offensive odors. Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. E.F. Brown Witness. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Small shack on Forsyth's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the f...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 1141. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs D... More

The American family L.M. Glackens ; Gordon Grant

The American family L.M. Glackens ; Gordon Grant

Illustration shows two views, on the left "Under a Low Tariff" and on the right "Under a High Tariff"; the low tariff shows a large, prosperous, well-fed family with servants, and the high tariff shows a small ... More

Exhibit panel

Exhibit panel

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Miscellaneous. Hine no. 3749. No location or date recorded on caption card; date estimate based on captions for photographs with ... More

Wall Street and the nouveau poor / Hy Mayer ; by Hy Mayer.

Wall Street and the nouveau poor / Hy Mayer ; by Hy Mayer.

Illustration shows a vignette cartoon with a bird's-eye view of Wall Street where an innocent lamb is standing in the middle of the deserted financial district. The surrounding vignettes show a banquet of hot d... More

Faith, hope, and charity, these three; but the greatest of these is tango / Keppler.

Faith, hope, and charity, these three; but the greatest of these is ta...

Illustration shows a mother with an infant and a young child standing in the windblown snow at night, looking at a notice posted on a wall that states "Charity Ball" and "Proceeds for the Benefit of the Needy" ... More

Corrido de la cucaracha que no ha salido a pasear, porque no tiene cartoncitos que gastar

Corrido de la cucaracha que no ha salido a pasear, porque no tiene car...

Broadside shows full-length figure of a simply dressed woman with a shawl around her shoulders and hands on her hips. The song conveys the story of la cucaracha. Cucaracha literally means cockroach, but during ... More

Save your child from autocracy and poverty. Buy war savings stamps. United States Treasury Department / Herbert Paus.

Save your child from autocracy and poverty. Buy war savings stamps. Un...

Nude child standing next to arm of the Statue of Liberty. Promotional goal: U.S. J8. 1918(?).

Home of Bill Reynolds and family, Minnehaha Springs, W. Va. His wife teaches her two children at home (and the county pays her a little) because no colored school within reach. The white school is only a few rods away. The Club work with colored children is done by a colored agent. Location: Minnehaha Springs, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Home of Bill Reynolds and family, Minnehaha Springs, W. Va. His wife t...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5121. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 101. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congr... More

The "home" of S.R. Reed, They have rented here for several years. Oct. 11, 1921. Location: Sissonville, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

The "home" of S.R. Reed, They have rented here for several years. Oct....

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5103. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 83. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Sissonville, W. Va. n... More

Frank Burditt and family. They rent this dilapidated shack and are trying to make a living off the meagre land near by. Oct. 11, 1921. Location: Sissonville, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Frank Burditt and family. They rent this dilapidated shack and are try...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5105. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 85. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Sissonville, W. Va. n... More

Frank Burditt and family. They rent this dilapidated shack and are trying to make a living off the meagre land near by. Location: Sissonville, West Virginia

Frank Burditt and family. They rent this dilapidated shack and are try...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5104. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 84. Geographic location at top of ca... More

A little log cabin, - relic of the old days, - now occupied by a small family (F.T. Castle) who are gradually giving up farming and depending upon mining and odd jobs. Oct. 12, 1921. (Dogs) Location: Big Chimney, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

A little log cabin, - relic of the old days, - now occupied by a small...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5099. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 79. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Big Chimney, near Cha... More

Old Log cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W. Va. He carries on work in Charleston (Brown Milling Produce Co.) as well as this farm. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Old Log cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W....

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5100. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 80. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

George Cox, 13 year old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and is raising a pig. His father is a "renter" in this poor home near the W. Va. Collegiate Institute (Near Charleston) the State colored agricultural college. Mr. A.W. Curtis, Agri. Agent, is helping George. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

George Cox, 13 year old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and ...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5120. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 100. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congr... More

Miners cabins on the Elk River at Bream, W. Va. near Charleston. Others on slope beyond. A typical mining community here. Children go to Big Chimney school. Oct. 10, 1921. Location: Bream, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Miners cabins on the Elk River at Bream, W. Va. near Charleston. Other...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5088. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 68. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Elk River, Bream, nea... More

The Tate School, abondoned i.e., abandoned two years ago. (See photo of the United Consolidated School. Photo No. 32.) Next to the school is the home of the Tate family, - a run-down shack occupied by these farmers who are said to be of some means. Oct. 11, 21. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

The Tate School, abondoned i.e., abandoned two years ago. (See photo o...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5053. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 33. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

The "East Side" of Pocahontas Country. The Aldrich home, - Buckeye, near Marlinton, W. Va. This is one of the worst homes in the county. Note the duck-coop, made out of an old trunk, - in front yard. Mother said "The colt kicked the winders out." She is a no-'count mountaineer from Kentucky and her husband is a shiftless farmer who has let this farm run down to worthlessness. His father ran a prosperous farm here and owned hundreds of acres but the son has run through it all. Typical of worst conditions in the country. Oct. 6, 1921. Location: Pocahontas County--Marlinton, West Virginia Photo by L.W. Hine

The "East Side" of Pocahontas Country. The Aldrich home, - Buckeye, ne...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5024. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 4. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congres... More

Abandoned log cabin on the hillside. Not many used now but it was the only kind used a while ago. Near Sunset School, Pocahontas Co., W. Va. Location: Pocahontas County, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Abandoned log cabin on the hillside. Not many used now but it was the ...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5094. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 74. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

W.A. Copen's old home at Big Chimney, W. Va. Windows out on upper floor and generally run down. Location: Big Chimney, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

W.A. Copen's old home at Big Chimney, W. Va. Windows out on upper floo...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5092. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 72. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

The Mullens children (& some neighbors) ready for school. See Photo No. 81. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

The Mullens children (& some neighbors) ready for school. See Photo No...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5102. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 82. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

A little log cabin, - relic of the old days, - now occupied by a small family (F.T. Castle) who are gradually giving up farming and depending upon mining and odd jobs. Oct. 12, 1921. (Dogs) Location: Big Chimney, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

A little log cabin, - relic of the old days, - now occupied by a small...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5098. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 78. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Big Chimney, near Cha... More

A tiny cabin on the mountain slope near Charleston, W. Va. There are many such in W. Va., some owning a small plot of ground and some renting and moving from year to year. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

A tiny cabin on the mountain slope near Charleston, W. Va. There are m...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5089. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 69. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Lines on first looking into Henry George's "Progress and poverty" Harry Weinberger. Land and Freedom April-May 1943 issues. [New York].

Lines on first looking into Henry George's "Progress and poverty" Harr...

Gift Author June 3, 1943.; Rec. R B. 10-20-43. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 3 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collec... More

La Pastas [i.e. La Posta] corner store, Troy, New York

La Pastas [i.e. La Posta] corner store, Troy, New York

Photograph shows a young boy making a purchase at La Posta Brothers Market, Troy, New York, at a counter selling candy, cigarettes, other items.

Targeting poor and vulnerable households in Indonesia

Targeting poor and vulnerable households in Indonesia

Includes bibliographical references (p. 200-202). Title from PDF file as viewed on 12/06/2012.

Jacob August Riis, 1849-1914

Jacob August Riis, 1849-1914

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress). Exhibited: "Jacob Riis : Revealing 'How the Other Half Lives'" at the Museum of the City of New York, N... More

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the family living in this one room. Room is 10 ft. x 11 ft. x 5 12 ft. high and gable attic above. Wooden toilets near at hand and bushes used as such, gave forth offensive odors. Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. E.F. Brown Witness. See family picking cranberries in photo #1151. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the ...

Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Title from NCLC caption card for Hine no. 1139. Hine no. 1143. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints... More

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the family living in this one room. Room is 10 ft. x 11 ft. X 5 12 ft. high and gable attic above. (See family picking cranberries in photo #1151.) Wooden toilets near at hand, and bushes used as such, gave forth very offensive odors. Turkeytown, near Pembertown, N.J. E.F. Brown Witness. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the ...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 1142. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs D... More

Slip Hill School - tiny one-room school in the country near Charleston; note the shacks on the hillside. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by L.W. Hine

Slip Hill School - tiny one-room school in the country near Charleston...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5042. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 22. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Old Log Cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W. Va. He carries on work in Charleston (Brown Milling Produce Co.) as well as this farm. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Old Log Cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W....

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5101. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 81. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Row of Coal miners shanties on Elk River at Bream, W. Va. Location: Bream, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Row of Coal miners shanties on Elk River at Bream, W. Va. Location: Br...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5096. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 76. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Elk River, Bream, W. ... More

George Cox, 13 yr. old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and is raising a pig. His father is a "renter" in this poor home near the W. Va. Collegiate Institute (near Charleston) the state colored agricultural college. Mr. A.W. Curtis, Agri. Agent, is helping George. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

George Cox, 13 yr. old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and i...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5119. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 99. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Clipping. New York Times magazine

Clipping. New York Times magazine

Composite of photos and magazine article illustrating rural poverty. File print misnumbered LC-USF343-007199-ZC; corrected 1998. Title and other information from caption card. Negative has no corresponding prin... More

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the family living in this one room. Room is 10 ft. x 11 ft. x 5 12 ft. high and gable attic above. Wooden toilets near at hand and bushes used as such, gave forth offensive odors. Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. E.F. Brown Witness. See family picking cranberries in photo #1151. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the ...

Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Title from NCLC caption card for Hine no. 1139. Hine no. 1143. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints... More

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the family living in this one room. Room is 10 ft. x 11 ft. X 5 12 ft. high and gable attic above. (See family picking cranberries in photo #1151.) Wooden toilets near at hand, and bushes used as such, gave forth very offensive odors. Turkeytown, near Pembertown, N.J. E.F. Brown Witness. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey

Small shack on Forsythe's Bog, occupied by De Marco family, 10 in the ...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 1142. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs D... More

George Cox, 13 yr. old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and is raising a pig. His father is a "renter" in this poor home near the W. Va. Collegiate Institute (near Charleston) the state colored agricultural college. Mr. A.W. Curtis, Agri. Agent, is helping George. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

George Cox, 13 yr. old colored boy, has just joined the 4 H Club and i...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5119. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 99. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Row of Coal miners shanties on Elk River at Bream, W. Va. Location: Bream, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Row of Coal miners shanties on Elk River at Bream, W. Va. Location: Br...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5096. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 76. Geographic location at top of card is expressed as "Elk River, Bream, W. ... More

Slip Hill School - tiny one-room school in the country near Charleston; note the shacks on the hillside. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by L.W. Hine

Slip Hill School - tiny one-room school in the country near Charleston...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5042. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 22. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More

Old Log Cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W. Va. He carries on work in Charleston (Brown Milling Produce Co.) as well as this farm. Location: Charleston vicinity, West Virginia Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Old Log Cabin, the home of Wm. Mullens and family, near Charleston, W....

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Children in West Virginia. Hine no. 5101. Number typed in upper left corner of caption card: 81. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congre... More