May 27, 2021 - Sale 2570

Sale 2570 - Lot 32

Estimate: $ 12,000 - $ 18,000
LEWIS W. HINE (1874-1940)
A group of 9 images depicting young workers across America during the Second Industrial Revolution. Silver prints, the images measuring 3x4 to 4 3/4x6 3/4 inches (7.6x10.2 to 12.1x17.1 cm.), three of the sheets slightly larger, each with a numeric notation, four with a descriptive title, and one with Hine's credit, in pencil, in an unknown hand, on verso. 1908-14

A few of the youngsters employed in Clinton Mills, SC, 1908 * Some of the youngsters on day shift at Old Dominion Glass Co., Alexandria, VA, 1911 * Market scene, Boston, MA, 1909 * Bowling alley boys, New Haven, CT, 1909 * All these small boys, and more, work in Chace Cotton Mill, Burlington, VT, 1909 * Operating a dangerous boring machine, Denison, TX, 1913 * Little Paula farming, c. 1910 * A young table boy in Newsome's ice cream parlor, Birmingham, AL, 1914 * Max Rosenthal, 8 yrs. old, no badge, Washington, D.C., 1912

Additional Details

From a Private Miami Collection.