Hand and machine sewing were both tiring when done for many hours each day. During the slack season, the limited work available was assigned preferentially and any public sign of discontent guaranteed that others would get the few paying jobs. Photographer: Lewis Hine, 1913 Kheel Center image identifier: 5783pb1f3h Image 1 of 1
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