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English: "Glassworks. Midnight. Location: Indiana." From a series of photographs of child labor at glass and bottle factories in the United States by Lewis W. Hine, for the National Child Labor Committee, New York.
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Source Library of Congress [1]
Author Lewis Wickes Hine. Restored by Michel Vuijlsteke
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