Lewis Wickes Hine  (American, 1874-1940) 

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Lewis Wickes Hine, National Labor Child Committee, A Weaving Machine

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
National Labor Child Committee, A Weaving Machine
1908
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Lewis Wickes Hine, Slovak Group at Ellis Island

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
Slovak Group at Ellis Island
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Lewis Wickes Hine, Untitled

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
Untitled
circa 1913

Howard Greenberg Gallery
Lewis Wickes Hine, Two Laborers

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
Two Laborers
circa 1920

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Lewis Wickes Hine, The Accordian Player

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
The Accordian Player, 1908
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Lewis Wickes Hine, Baker (+ The End of the Trail; 2 works)

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
Baker (+ The End of the Trail; 2 works), 1910
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Lewis Wickes Hine, Untitled (Boy)

 

Lewis Wickes Hine
Untitled (Boy), 1915
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1847   Born in Oshkosh, WI.
1900   Enrolled at the University of Chicago.
1901   Moved to New York City and accepted a position as an assistant teacher at the Ethical Culture School in New York.

Began attending School of Education at New York University.
1905   Received his degree from New York University.
1907   Photographed tenement homes for the National Child Labor Committee in New York City.
1917   Accepted a position with the American Red Cross and photographed refugees and displaced civilians in war torn Europe.
1920   Returned to New York City and was assigned to the American Red Cross National Headquarters.
1924   Art Directors Club of New York awarded him a medal at the Exhibition of Advertising Arts.
1932   Published Book, Men at Work.
1936 - 1937   Appointed head photographer for the National Research Project of the Works Progress Administration.
1939   Sponsorship for a Hine retrospective of specially made large prints at the Riverside Museum in New York City was arranged and included, among others, Paul Strand and Alfred Stieglitz.
1940   Died.