игровой набор стол

игровой набор стол

игровой набор стол
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In the early XX century workforce in America was in short supply, and the laws relating to the employment of children, or observed, or they simply did not exist. In 1908 photographer Lewis Hine in the journey to document child labour, which flourished in America. 1. Working cotton mill, 1909. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 2. Western Union Messengers. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 3. Weavers, 1908. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 4. A worker of a factory for the production of spoons, 1909. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 5. 11-year-old working in a cotton field. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 6. In a coal mine, 1910. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 7. Workers at the mill. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 8. Messenger, Texas, 1913. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 9. Driver. Open daily from 7 am to 17 PM. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 10. Workers at the spinning machines. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 11. Factory for the production of hosiery, 1910. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 12. Newsboy, 1909. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 13. Another postal worker. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 14. At this age, not just to cope with the spinning machine, not enough growth. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 15. Working coal mines, 1908. Working 10 hours a day, gets 75 cents. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 16. 12-year-old paperboy. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 17. The tobacco factory worker. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 18. The furniture factory workers, 1908. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 19. Workers on the farm. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 20. Noon at a coal mine. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 21. Paperboy. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 22. Weaver. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 23. Working glass company. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 24. 7-year-old paperboy. (Photo by Lewis Hine | Library of Congress): 25. The paperboy, 1912. Get tired.










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