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Stepping out of time (someone is hiding)
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The Library of Congress A group of young cartoners I claim no rights other than colorizing this image if you wish to use let me know Title A group of young cartoners in Seacoast Canneries, #4., not the youngest. Location: Eastport, Maine. Contributor Names Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, photographer Created / Published 1911 August. Subject Headings - Children. - Cannery workers. - Fishing industry. - United States--Maine--Eastport. - Maine--Eastport Format Headings Photographic prints Notes - Title from NCLC caption card. - Attribution to Hine based on provenance. - In album: Canneries. - Hine no. 2442. - General information about the Lewis Hine child labor photos is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.nclc Medium 1 photographic print. Call Number/Physical Location LOT 7476, no. 2442 [P&P] Source Collection Photographs from the records of the National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print Digital Id nclc 00964 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/nclc.00964 Control Number ncl2004003125/PP Reproduction Number LC-DIG-nclc-00964 (color digital file from b&w original print) Rights Advisory No known restrictions on publication.

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::corngrowth
12/02/17 2:34 PM GMT
Surprising approach, Rob. The sitting young man at the background has succeeded to stay away from too much attention for many many years, but with your colorization, you've placed him figuratively in the spotlights. Don't know whether it was a wink from your side. If so, you've certainly succeeded in doing this. Whether yes or no, it has caused, in spite of the in this image to a certain extent shown hardship, a smile on my face. Very inventive, my friend!
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.0930_23
12/02/17 4:53 PM GMT
Something "fishy" going on with the one you chose to colorize, Rob.
I like that you chose him to get the attention instead of the one in the middle who was obviously striving to be the center of attention.
It looks like lunch time since they are having a snack or resting.
They now have machines to do their work, but the machines were built on the backs of these young people.
Great once again.

TicK


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::Nikoneer
12/02/17 6:40 PM GMT
A close examination in Photoshop shows your colorized fellow is obviously older and beyond the "me, me, me" mannerism of social interaction that many children employ. I like how all of these kids are each engaged differently in their environment; the directions they're looking, their body language, and their interactions (or non-interaction) with the others are all different.

-Nik
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.icedancer
12/02/17 7:17 PM GMT
I like the way you've added the colour to the boy in hiding - looks like they are on a break from work. Your work is so amazing, keep them coming
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::ryzst
12/02/17 9:18 PM GMT
An interesting study on how broom design hasn't changed in over a century. I have one just like it and use it often. I would have highlighted it instead. Oh, and there's kids in the shot too. These don't have the oppressed and beaten down look we expect from child labor, and for the time, these would have been considered young adults. But spending their youth working, rather than in school, was a form of slavery. It constricted their minds and prevented them from rising higher in society than manual labor all their lives. And many vocations handed down parent to child required that no choice be given to the offspring either. You did what your parents did and that was that. In general, I think we're doing better at that now, even though the world is still a mess.
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::LynEve
12/03/17 11:09 AM GMT
My first thought was that the older ones had less stamina and had to sit down.The half a man on the right appears to be smoking a pipe (?)
I wonder if the one you chose to colour was their supervisor.
Those poor poor children - cutting and cartoning from dawn to dusk and always the smell of fish, cut hands and chronic tiredness at the end of the day.
The girls appear to be twins
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::tigger3
12/03/17 3:41 PM GMT
Very well done, makes me wonder what was going on this shot. tigs=^..^=
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