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0129356
SMITH-CONNALLY ACT, 1943.
'Warning to Samson.' Labor leader John L. Lewis, as Samson, is hit hard by the Smith-Connally Act, that allowed the federal government to seize industries threatened by strikes, that would interfere with war production. Cartoon by H.M. Talburt dedicated to Senator Connally, 8 April 1943.
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0009203
ILLUMINATOR, 1568.
'The Illuminator colors or gilds pictures on paper or parchment; he does not hold with stencils, which produce poor work that is less highly remunerated.' Poem by Hans Sachs, woodcut by Jost Amman, 1568.
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0369996
LABOR EXCHANGE, 1873.
A newly arrived immigrant being interviewed by prospective employers at the labor exchange at Castle Garden, New York City. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
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0114748
JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1943.
Notices of available employment posted on a bulletin board at the Manzanar Relocation Center for Japanese-Americans at Owens Valley, California. Photograph by Ansel Adams, 1943.
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0621921
HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, 2010. The reading hall within the Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Center of Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. Photograph by Paulus Ponizak, 9 September 2010. Full Credit: ullstein bild - CARO / Paulus Ponizak / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0621919
TYPIST, 1933.
A typist working at a typewriter. Photograph, 1933. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Imagno / Austrian Archives (S) / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0115664
GEORGE MEANY (1894-1980).
American labor leader, president of the AFL-CIO, 1955-1979. Appearing before the Joint Congressional Economic sub-committee, 12 May 1975.
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0528040
WWI: RED CROSS, 1918.
Women and girls at an American Red Cross workroom in Jerusalem, sewing clothing for orphanages and hospitals in Palestine. Photograph, 1918.
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0527926
WWII: SICILY, 1943.
British and Italian soldiers working to restore communication facilities on the island of Sicily, following the evacuation of Axis forces. Photograph by Nick Parrino, 1943.
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0621269
CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY, c1899.
The woodworking shop at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Photograph, c1899.
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0157190
PERIPHERIQUE.
view of the works for the building of the ring road or beltway around Paris september 04, 1968 - periph circulation traffic travaux works infrastructure substructure grue crane. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0158300
PROCES DU FAUSSAIRE JEAN PIERRE SCHECROUN.
Jean-Pierre Schecroun, french painter and art forger who made forgeries of work of modern masters, here at trial with his lawyer Charles Delauney october 10, 1963 Paris. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0621270
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, c1899.
African Americans sorting tobacco at a warehouse at the T.C. Williams and Co. in Richmond, Virginia. Photograph, c1899.
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0621427
RICHMOND: TOBACCO PRESS.
African Americans operating pot presses at the T.C. Williams & Company tobacco processing plant in Richmond, Virginia. Photograph, c1899.
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0002535
STREET PEDDLER, 1921.
Street peddler on New York City's Lower East Side, 1921.Photograph, 1921.
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0119673
BOSTON: STATE HOUSE, 1811.
Massachusetts State House, completed in 1798, and the Beacon Hill Monument, 1791, in Boston. Lithograph, c1858, after a drawing by J.R. Smith, 1811.
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0527635
BOSTON: BEACON HILL, 1811.
'Beacon Hill from Mt. Vernon Street near the head of Hancock Street.' Lithograph, 1858, after a drawing by J.R. Smith, 1811.
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0527625
CROTON AQUEDUCT, c1840.
Method of tunnelling in earth for the construction of the Croton Aqueduct in Westchester County, New York. Drawing by John B. Jervis, c1840.
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0527576
TABULATING MACHINES, c1940.
Women operating tabulating machines, possibly processing data from the 1940 census. Photograph, c1940.
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0527577
TABULATING MACHINE, c1940.
A tabulating machine, used for processing census data. Photograph, c1940.
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0098596
SPECTACLE MAKER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0175991
BERNTSEN: RIGGERS.
Scaffold riggers working on a construction site in New York City. Oil painting, c1935, by Bernhard Berntsen.
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0371360
TOBACCO, 18TH CENTURY.
Worker cutting lengths of tobacco to make snuff. Copper engraving from 'L'Encyclopedie' of Denis Diderot, 18th century.
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0078024
ECUADOR: BANANA PLANTATION.
Banana cutters ar work on 'La Julia' plantation in Los Rios province, Ecuador. Photograph, mid-20th century.
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0349121
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
The covered bazaar in Istanbul, miniature from Turkish Memories, Arabic manuscript, Cicogna Codex, Turkey 17th Century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0346967
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Plate showing the fabrication of music instruments, workshop and tools. Engraving from Denis Diderot, Jean Baptiste Le Rond d'Alembert, L'Encyclopedie, 1751-1757. Entitled Lutherie (Music Instruments Making). Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rig
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0102265
VIETNAM WAR: SWIFT BOAT.
A U.S. Navy petty officer cleans the 50 caliber machine gun on a Swift boat off the coast of South Vietnam, February 1966.
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0095510
LAOS: CRAFTSMAN, 1956.
A village craftsman, 1956.
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0167527
HINE: HOME INDUSTRY, 1912.
A mother and her two children finishing garments in a tiny one room tenement apartment at 214 Elizabeth Street in New York City. Photograph by Lewis Hine, December 1912.
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0090102
COLONIAL SHIPYARD, c1750.
Colonial shipwrights at work. Illustration, 1919.
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0254949
BURRESHEIM CASTLE, GERMANY.
A boy and girl work in a plowed garden plot near Burresheim Castle. Wilhelm Tobien.
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0254997
EBERBACH, HESSEN-NASSAU, GERMANY.
Harvesters at the Steinberg vineyard put grapes in the mills. Wilhelm Tobien.
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0621274
MONTANA: ROUNDUP, 1939.
Cowboy roping a calf at a roundup at the Three Circle Ranch in Montana. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, June 1939.
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0107871
HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1910.
A boy about 12 or 13 years-old working as a greaser and coupler on the tipple of the Cross Mountain Mine, Knoxville Iron Co., near Coal Creek, Tennessee. Photograph by Lewis Hine, December 1910.
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0621262
GRAND CANYON: BRIDGE, 1928.
Rigger working on the Kaibab Trail Suspension Bridge spanning the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Photograph, 1928.
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0040168
WHALES & WHALING, c1840.
Whalers at work on the shores of Greenland. Colored etching, English, c1840.
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0172115
WATERFRONT, 1937.
Men working on a boat. New York City.
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0166475
NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE, 1929.
Office at the Newspaper Institute of America, 1776 Broadway, New York City. Photograph, 1929.
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0103412
MEXICO: WOMAN WITH METATE.
A Pre-Columbian Mexican woman grinding grain with a metate. Beside her, a child eats a tortilla. Ceramic, 1-500 A.D. Height: 12 cm.
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0007241
LABOR POSTER, 1935.
'We Demand the National Textile Act.' Unpublished poster, 1935, by Ben Shahn, of which only a single copy is believed to have been produced.
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