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Secondino Libro: 1911

Secondino Libro: 1911

September 1911. Lawrence, Massachusetts. "Group of workers. The small boy in the middle is Secondino Libro, 34 Walnut Street. Apparently 10 or 11. Works in No. 4 Spinning room." View full size. Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

 

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A handful of Libros (descendants?) live today in the eastern Massachusetts communities of Gloucester, Marblehead, and the tony suburb of Andover. (None were found in southern New Hampshire, which is a popular destination for former northeastern Massachusetts residents.)

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Look at the face on the boy who's on the far left. What an expression!

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