Eye-to-eye with a young cotton-mill worker.
A girl no older than 13 stands against a loom. She and the many children she worked with in unacceptable conditions were photographed by Lewis Hine on assignment from the National Child Labor Committee.
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Cotton-Mill Worker, North Carolina, 1908, Lewis Wickes Hine. J. Paul Getty Museum.