New Hampshire Historic photos, documents, and people

May, 1909

Boys working in Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Manchester, N.H. Largest one is Ernest Lamontague, 316 Notre Dame Street. Smallest, Armedos Deshais, 4 Marion St. Said he was 12 years old and beginning to sweep. Lo

May, 1909

Boys working in Amoskeag Mills, Manchester, N.H. Smallest boy is Napoleon Cammery, 194 Merrimac St. Been in mill 1 year. Next boy is Jerry Moore, 352 Chestnut St. Martin Markey, 33 State St. Location:

May, 1909

Noon, Saturday, May 22, 1909. One of the many young girls who are working in Amoskeag Mills, Manchester, N.H. I saw them (and many others smaller) working at the spinning frames. Location: Manchester,

May, 1909

Boys working in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Smallest boy is Joseph Lessard, #9 Central St. Vincent Hennessey, 12 Portland St. Wilfred Naddeau, 34 Depot St. Alfrod Bisson, 10 South Street.

May, 1909

Going to dinner from Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. May 18, 1909. A number of young boys and girls work regularly (during school hours) as "helpers" to mother, father or sister. Location: Som

May, 1909

Smallest boy is Joseph Fortin, 71 Cocheco St. His mother (at home) said he is 14 years old. He does not look it. 6:00 A. M., May 15, 1909. Group going into Mill No. 1. Cocheco Mfg. Co., Dover, N.H. Lo

May, 1909

Boys working in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Right hand boy John Velvile. Been in mill one year. Left hand boy Arthur Roy, 5 Union St., 8 Months in mill. Location: Somersworth, New Hampshir

May, 1909

Left hand boy Zeke Gosselin, 95 Main St. Been in mill one year. Other boy Philip Lesard, 68 Elm Street. Been in mill three years. Working in Great Falls Manufacturing Co. Location: Somersworth, New Ha

May, 1909

The girl on right hand works regularly in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Eva Vanasse, 82 Washington St. Been there two months. The other girl goes to school. Location: Somersworth, New Hampsh