Community Service Society Photographs

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Roving Children

Roving Children
CSS Description
Negative en file. Also 3x5 print of head and shoulders in Extra Print file.) Box 296 Folder 3 #375 Photographer Levis W. Hine Used as lead illustration in article entitled, "Roving Children," in THE SURVEY, January 1, 1910, opposite p. 480. Caption: ROVING CHILDREN Not of the Stage or the Circus; but of the Canning Districts, the Construction Camps, the Stone Quarries and Other Transient or Seasonal Communities. Is Our Civilization Making the Most of Them? Also written on back of photo: See "The Survey" Vol. XXIII Oct-March 1909-1910 (Jan.l, 1910 opposite p. 480) On next page, at top, boy (smiling) between 2 little girls. Caption "Construction Camp Children."
Item Information
Title
Roving Children
Date
circa 1910
Item Number
132
Photograph Number
375
Format
photographs
Corporate Designation
Charity Organization Society of the City of New York
Annotation on Back
See "The Survey" Vol XXIII Oct-March 1909-1910 (Jan 1, 1910 - Opposite p. 480) By Lewis W. Hine Reproduced Courtesy Eastman Museum under picture Roving Children "not of the stage or the circus; but of the canning districts, the construction camps, the stone quarries and other transient or seasonal communities. Is our civilization making the most of them?" On next page, at top, boy (smiling) between 2 little girls. Caption: "Construction camp children."
Topics
Portraits; Children; Boys
Creators
Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940
Box and Folder Number
13: 48
CSS Description
Negative en file. Also 3x5 print of head and shoulders in Extra Print file.) Box 296 Folder 3 #375 Photographer Levis W. Hine Used as lead illustration in article entitled, "Roving Children," in THE SURVEY, January 1, 1910, opposite p. 480. Caption: ROVING CHILDREN Not of the Stage or the Circus; but of the Canning Districts, the Construction Camps, the Stone Quarries and Other Transient or Seasonal Communities. Is Our Civilization Making the Most of Them? Also written on back of photo: See "The Survey" Vol. XXIII Oct-March 1909-1910 (Jan.l, 1910 opposite p. 480) On next page, at top, boy (smiling) between 2 little girls. Caption "Construction Camp Children."