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Title All These Boys Are Cutters in the Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7. Ages Range From 7 To 12. They Live Near the Factory. Seven Year Old Boy in Front, Byron Hamilton, Has a Badly Cut Finger, But Helps His Brother Regularly. Behind Him Is His Brother, George, 11 Years. He Cut His Finger Half Off While Working. They and Many Other Youngsters Said They Were Always Cutting Their Fingers. (See Photo #2435 and Label.) George Earns $1.00 Some Days, $.75 Usually. Some of the Others Said They Earn $1.00 When They Work All Day. At Times They Start At 7 A.M., Work All Day and Until Midnight, But the Work Is Very Irregular. Names of Those in Photo Are George Mathews, Johnny Rust, John Surles[?], Fulsom Mccutchin (11 Yrs.), Albert Robinson, Morris Mcconnell.
Call Number P2419
Photographer Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940
Digital Link Digital Image
Date 1911
Location United States -- Maine -- Eastport
Measurements 4.5 X 5.1 in.
Process gelatin silver prints
Subjects Cannery Workers;
Children;
Group Portraits
People Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940
Collection Photographers: Hine, Lewis
Citation Credit Line Cite as: The Photography Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Copyright Contact Special Collections for copyright information
Year Range from 1911
Year Range to 1911