Vermont Historic photos, documents, and people

December, 1916

Isidor Lipovsky, 24 Luck Street. 10 years old and been selling every day part of the time. Second year at it. Location: Burlington, Vermont / Lewis W. Hine.

December, 1916

William Jerry, 457 North Bend Street. "I sells papers every day in the year; Sundays too. Been at it four years." 13 years old. Location: Burlington, Vermont /

December, 1916

Group of Barre Times newsies. One was 10 years old, three were 11, five were 12, four were 13 and five were 14 and over. Location: Barre, Vermont / Lewis W.

December, 1916

Meyer Rome, 48 Bright Street. 8 years old. Been selling six weeks--sells Sundays only. Makes from 25 cents to 75 cents. Location: Burlington, Vermont / Lewi

December, 1916

Morris Levine, 212 Park Street. 11 years old and sells papers every day--been selling five years. Makes 50 cents Sundays and 30 cents other days. Location: Burlington, Vermont

August, 1915

Carl Brown, eleven years old. He and his father run a farm of 160 acres in Southern Vermont. He is overgrown, sluggish, but he said: "I'd ruther go to school." See Hine Report, Rural Child Labor, Augus

August, 1915

Carl Brown, eleven years old. He and his father run a farm of 160 acres, in Southern Vermont. He is overgrown, sluggish, but he said: "I'd ruther go to school." See Hine Report, Rural Child Labor, Augu

September, 1910

Young girls working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 years were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photoes s

September, 1910

Young girl working in American Woolen Mills, Winooski, Vt. Most are illiterate. Work slack, and force small. 27 Children apparently under 15 were counted at one gate. (See also N.C.L.C. Photos #720-745