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The Future of America: Lewis Hine's New Deal Photographs
Sorted AscendingTitleDateArtist Accession Number
[Worker making matchboard on cylinder machine, American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine771.1975
[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
[Worker pressing rubber bodies, Paragon Rubber Company and American Character Doll, Easthampton, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine778.1975
[Worker rewinding paper from reel, American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine768.1975
[Worker setting eyes in sleeping dolls, Paragon Rubber Company and American Character Doll, Easthampton, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine782.1975
[Worker soaking silk skeins in boiled water to free it of gum, Madison Silk Company in Barnert Mills, Paterson, New Jersey]March 1937Lewis Wickes Hine856.1975
[Worker spraying face, hands, and arms of dolls, Paragon Rubber Company and American Character Doll, Easthampton, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine783.1975
[Worker taking bottle off I.S. automatic glass-blowing machine for testing, Whitall Tatum Company, Millville, New Jersey]April 1937Lewis Wickes Hine915.1975
[Worker taking silk from spool creel to warper, William Skinner and Sons, Holyoke, Massachusetts]December 1936Lewis Wickes Hine761.1975
[Workers assembling boiler for modern locomotive, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, Pennsylvania]April 1937Lewis Wickes Hine973.1975