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Past Exhibition

An exhibition of prints made from a group of glass negatives thought to be taken by Lewis W. Hine when he worked in Chicago. The images show the arrival of immigrants to Chicago, their living conditions, and child labor and sparked a social consciousness linked to the passing of child labor laws.


Lewis W. Hine: Works from the National Research Project, 1936–1937

JUNE 1–JULY 8, 1984

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