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June 1911. Ethel Shumate. Has been rolling cigarettes in Danville (Virginia) factory for six months. Lives at 614 Upper Street. Said she was 13 years old, but it is doubtful. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine. The Social Security Death Index shows an Ethel Shumate, born on 28, Jan 1898, which would have been this girl's birth year according to the 1910 census, who died January 1981 in Flint, Michigan. There are only nine Ethel Shumates listed so it is likely her.

June 1911. Ethel Shumate. Has been rolling cigarettes in Danville (Virginia) factory for six months. Lives at 614 Upper Street. Said she was 13 years old, but it is doubtful. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine. The Social Security Death Index shows an Ethel Shumate, born on 28, Jan 1898, which would have been this girl's birth year according to the 1910 census, who died January 1981 in Flint, Michigan. There are only nine Ethel Shumates listed so it is likely her.

child labor...The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. Burlington, Vermont.

child labor...The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. Burlington, Vermont.

lewis hine photographs | Richard Green (with hat), 5 year old newsie. Many of these little ...

lewis hine photographs | Richard Green (with hat), 5 year old newsie. Many of these little ...

Johnnie X: December 1908. Dillon, South Carolina. Johnnie, works at Maple Mills. 8 years old. Said Aint got no last name when asked for it. Beginning to help sister spin. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Johnnie X: December 1908. Dillon, South Carolina. Johnnie, works at Maple Mills. 8 years old. Said Aint got no last name when asked for it. Beginning to help sister spin. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

The Apprentice: February 1911. Biloxi, Miss. "Alma Croslen, 3, daughter of Mrs. Cora Croslen, of Baltimore. Both work at Barataria Canning Co. (shucking oysters). The mother said, 'I'm learnin' her the trade.'" Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

The Apprentice: February 1911. Biloxi, Miss. "Alma Croslen, 3, daughter of Mrs. Cora Croslen, of Baltimore. Both work at Barataria Canning Co. (shucking oysters). The mother said, 'I'm learnin' her the trade.'" Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Cigarette Girls: June 1911. Danville, Virginia. Noon recreation. Danville Cigarette Factory. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Cigarette Girls: June 1911. Danville, Virginia. Noon recreation. Danville Cigarette Factory. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Most memorable kisses of all time: V-J Day in Times Square    (Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt / Time & Life Pictures)

Most memorable kisses of all time

Most memorable kisses of all time: V-J Day in Times Square (Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt / Time & Life Pictures)

Bean-Stringers: July 1909. Baltimore, Maryland. "Workers stringing beans in the J.S. Farrand Packing Co. Those too small to work are held on laps of workers or stowed away in boxes." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Bean-Stringers: July 1909. Baltimore, Maryland. "Workers stringing beans in the J.S. Farrand Packing Co. Those too small to work are held on laps of workers or stowed away in boxes." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

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