Georgia Historic photos, documents, and people

March, 1915

2 "yearlings" belonging to a South Georgia farmer. The former usually gets more attention than the child. John Paulk family. See report of Lewis W. Hine on Georgia, March 1915. Location: Kirkland, Geo

April, 1913

A 12 year old girl who has been working in Weave room of Condolidated i.e., Consolidated Duck Mills, La Grange, Ga., for one year, and helping to support a father who works when sober. Location: La Gr

April, 1913

A 12 year old girl who has been working in Weave room of Conslidated i.e., Consolidated Duck Mills, La Grange, Ga., for one year and helping to support a father who works when sober. Location: La Gran

April, 1913

All these are workers in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Ga. Noon, April 10, 1913. The youngest are turners and loopers. Other Hosiery Mills around here employ children of 8 and 9 years. Some of these

April, 1913

Jo Bradford, 405 Park Street, Lindale, Ga. Worked in Massachusetts Mills when 10 years old. Insurance record shows him 11 now. Works in the weave shop. No need, apparently, as father and 5 children are

April, 1913

All these are workers in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Ga. Noon, Apr. 10, 1913. The youngest are turners and loopers. Other Hosiery Mills around here employ children of 8 and 9 years. Some of these

April, 1913

All these are workers in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Ga. Noon, April 10, 1913. The youngest are turners and loopers. Other Hosiery Mills around here employ children of 8 and 9 years. Some of these

April, 1913

All these are workers in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Ga. Noon, April 10, 1913. The youngest are turners and loopers. Other Hosiery Mills around here employ children of 8 and 9 years. Some of these

April, 1913

All these are workers in the Cherokee Hosiery Mill, Rome, Ga. Noon, April 10, 1913. The youngest are turners and loopers. Other Hosiery Mills around here employ children of 8 and 9 years. Some of these