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Bowling Alley, 1910

Item # 2251157

Lewis Hine

<p>This American photographer used his camera to capture the injustices of labor laws in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on bringing to light the child labor system. Later, he went on to photograph philanthropic efforts of World War I and the labor put into creating constructions like the Empire State Building.</p>

<p>Pin boys working with a supervisor in the Subway Bowling Alleys in Brooklyn, New York. Photograph by Lewis Hine, April 1910.</p>

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