49 Remarkable Photos From The 1900s Showing The Struggles of Child Laborers Volume 1

In 1908 Lewis Hine picked up his camera and became the photographer for the National Child Labor Committee. It was a start of a long decade, as Lewis traveled across the country, documenting child labor, getting constant threats from factory owners as the immorality of child labor was supposed to be kept away from theContinue reading “49 Remarkable Photos From The 1900s Showing The Struggles of Child Laborers Volume 1”

34 Vintage Photos of Pennsylvania Coal Miners at Work in 1942

In 1942, Office of War Information photographer John Collier visited the Montour No. 4 Mine of the Pittsburgh Coal Company in Washington County, Pennsylvania. Montour No. 4 was a mine for bituminous coal, one of the most volatile forms, requiring the miners to vigilantly monitor for the presence of flammable gases. Collier followed the minersContinue reading “34 Vintage Photos of Pennsylvania Coal Miners at Work in 1942”