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The Future of America: Lewis Hine's New Deal Photographs
TitleDateArtist Accession Number
[Machinist shaping section of driving rod for largest locomotive, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, Pennsylvania]April 1937Lewis Wickes Hine963.1975
[Workers assembling boiler for modern locomotive, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, Pennsylvania]April 1937Lewis Wickes Hine973.1975
[Worker operating Crompton-Knowles advanced loom that silves problem of weaving rayon and acetate together, Wishnack Silk Company, Paterson, New Jersey]June 1937Lewis Wickes Hine997.1975
[Mailboxes of many new caterpillar shops created in unused mill, New York]June 1937Lewis Wickes Hine1012.1975
[Longshoremen and tractor crane loading bales of scrap paper to be shipped to London for use in making pressed car-wheels, Bush Terminal Company, Brooklyn]January 1937Lewis Wickes Hine1013.1975
[Worker knitting 42-gauge hose on modern machine, Minnesac Mills, Philadelphia]February 1937Lewis Wickes Hine945.1975
[Three "toppers" topping 51-gauge hosiery, Minnesac Mills, Philadelphia]February 1937Lewis Wickes Hine948.1975
[Stationary steam engine built by W. W. Baldwin before 1830, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, Pennsylvania]May 1937Lewis Wickes Hine977.1975
[William A. Portington, 72-year-old worker, using hand-operated knitting machine 100 years old formerly used to knit hosiery, Minnesac Mills, Philadelphia]May 1937Lewis Wickes Hine979.1975
[Highly skilled worker doffing spools off speeder, Pickett Yarn Mill, High Point, North Carolina]January 1937Lewis Wickes Hine830.1975