February 1912. "Rear view of tenement, 134½ Thompson Street, New York City. Makers of artificial flowers live and work here." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

February 1912. "Rear view of tenement, 134½ Thompson Street, New York City. Makers of artificial flowers live and work here." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Our new kitchen which we designed with Wickes. I love the white gloss, mint SMEG accessories and subway tiles.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Our new kitchen which we designed with Wickes. I love the white gloss, mint SMEG accessories and subway tiles. More

Lewis Wickes Hine, A young orphan girl, Washington, DC, USA, 1906. Sign in window says "Temporary Home for Colored Children"  - I just want to scoop her up - so sweet

Lewis Wickes Hine, A young orphan girl, Washington, DC, USA, 1906. Sign in window says "Temporary Home for Colored Children" - I just want to scoop her up - so sweet

Textile mill. "Some boys and girls were so small they had to climb up on to the spinning frame to mend broken threads and to put back the empty bobbins. Bibb Mill No. 1. Macon, Georgia." Photograph and original caption by Lewis Hine

Textile mill. "Some boys and girls were so small they had to climb up on to the spinning frame to mend broken threads and to put back the empty bobbins. Bibb Mill No. 1. Macon, Georgia." Photograph and original caption by Lewis Hine

‘Construction of the Empire State Building was one of the most remarkable feats of the 20th century. It took only 410 days to build, by 3,400 workers, many of them desperate for work at the height of the Depression. The work force was made up largely of immigrants, along with hundreds of Mohawk Indian iron workers.’ 1931

24 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The Construction Of The Empire State Building

‘Construction of the Empire State Building was one of the most remarkable feats of the 20th century. It took only 410 days to build, by 3,400 workers, many of them desperate for work at the height of the Depression. The work force was made up largely of immigrants, along with hundreds of Mohawk Indian iron workers.’ 1931

Buyenlarge 'Selling Papers at the Reading Terminal Market' by Lewis Wickes Hine Framed Photographic Print

Buyenlarge 'Selling Papers at the Reading Terminal Market' by Lewis Wickes Hine Framed Photographic Print

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ARCHITECTURE – 24 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The Construction Of The Empire State Building

24 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The Construction Of The Empire State Building

ARCHITECTURE – 24 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The Construction Of The Empire State Building

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