The life and work of social photographer Lewis Hines (1874-1940), who pioneered this new medium in the United States, is documented in this absorbing video. His photographs captured the human side of the industrial revolution and featured the recently arrived immigrants who worked in the country's factories, mills, mines, and sweatshops.
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Available on VHS
Running time 56 minutes.
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