A few of the doffers and sweepers in the Mollahan Mills.
Newberry, South Carolina, 1908
Adolescent spinners in the Suffolk (Virginia) Knitting Mills, 1911
All 6 work in King Mill, Augusta, Georgia.
Little girl on end has been there 1 year helping, 1909
All are workers in Knoxville Knitting Mills. Knoxville, Tennessee, 1910
All are workers in Knoxville Knitting Mills. Smallest boy "ravels."
Smallest girl is a steady worker. Knoxville, Tennessee, 1910
All are workers in Walker County Hosiery Mills, Lafayette, Georgia, 1913
Boy with coat in hand is 11 years old. Been there 9 months. Started at 50 cents a day.
Now gets 60 cents. Loray Mill. Gastonia, North Carolina, 1908
Closing hour, Saturday noon, at Dallas Mill. Huntsville, Alabama, 1910
Dinner-Toters waiting for the gate to open. They go around in the mill, often help tend to machines, which often run at noon, and so learn the work. Columbus, Georgia, 1913
Dinner-Toters waiting for the gate to open. This is carried on more in Columbus than in any other city I know, and by smaller children. Columbus, Georgia, 1913
Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911.
These boys and others work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Virginia, 1911