Here are a few Lewis W. Hine images of working kids that I haven't previously posted.
Six-year-old berry picker near Baltimore. Click photos to enlarge.
Another little berry picker near Baltimore.
4-year-old with cranberry pickers... I don't know if she's helping or just hanging out.
10-year-old picker on Gildersleeve Tobacco Farm (Connecticut, 1917).
Cotton pickers, ages 4 and 5.
Harold and Jewel Walker, ages 5 & 6, pick 20 to 25 pounds of cotton a day Wyoming.
This 4-year-old girl picks about 15 lbs of cotton a day.
6-year-old Hilda works on a Wisconsin dairy farm.
Shucker in front of a pile of oyster shells at a cannery in Biloxi, Mississippi.
More photos by Lewis W. Hine: Empire State Bldg; Comanche, OK fingernail inspection; pin boys (1909-1911); S. Manchester, CT Silk Mill (1924); Boot Blacks, NYC (1924); Cranberry pickers (1911); Newsboys near Brooklyn Bridge (1908); Kids working Night Shift (1909); working girl (1910); Children shuck oysters 1911-1912; Cincinnati 1910;