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Two-Banana Lunch: 1942
... will be paying $140 for a pair of jeans like these.” Workers’ pant legs They're not short, about ankle length when standing. ... up any moisture so you don't want them too long. Metal workers maybe? The young guy on the left has goggles but his face and arms ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/23/2022 - 10:02pm -

Two-Banana Lunch: 1942

Office Xmas Party: 1925
... the office parties when the most unexpected facets of co-workers' personalities would be revealed, giving us the rest of the year to ... Did the Ion Department require perfect vision of its workers? My cue I don't even start listening to Christmas music until I ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 12/19/2021 - 12:58pm -

Office Xmas Party: 1925

Women factory workers
Mrs. Ruth Van Fleet (named in the photo) lived with my grandmother until Van Fleet's death in 1943. The exact date of this image is unknown, but it looks like the women could be working in a munitions factory. So I'd guess it was probably the earl ... 
 
Posted by gmr2048 - 04/12/2007 - 1:52am -

Women factory workers

Trabajadores Mexicanos: 1943
... Office of War Information. View full size. Mexican workers in Walla Walla My grandparents' farm had a cabin a ways from the ... might be rather offensive. "Welcome Mexican Workers" My, how far we have come since then. Memories of my father ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 05/05/2016 - 9:45am -

Trabajadores Mexicanos: 1943

Steel Erection: 1941
... Security Administration. View full size. Skilled workers These were highly skilled workers to bend that steel with minimal tooling. Steel Erection? Ah, ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 04/29/2022 - 3:42pm -

Steel Erection: 1941

Stacking Up: 1955
... on a jobsite by volume than by weight. Concrete workers ... are "mixed up and set in their ways." (The Gallery, ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 05/26/2022 - 4:06pm -

Stacking Up: 1955

Child of migratory workers
February 1939. "Child of migratory packinghouse workers. Belle Glade, Florida." View full size. 35mm nitrate negative by ... 
 
Posted by Ken - 09/07/2011 - 4:00pm -

Child of migratory workers

CCC Workers: 1934
This photograph of Civilian Conservation Corps workers was taken in the Vicksburg National Military Park in July, 1934. There were four camps of CCC workers in the park, doing erosion control work to protect the bluff from being ... 
 
Posted by Championhilz - 02/24/2010 - 9:44am -

CCC Workers: 1934

Dam Workers: 1942
June 1942. Workers on the Tennessee Valley Authority's Watts Bar Dam hydro- electric ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/30/2012 - 10:48am -

Dam Workers: 1942

Biloxi Bakery Workers, 1913 - Biloxi, MS
The Biloxi Bakery workers of 1913 - the founder, Fred Klein Sr. is in the middle - arms folded. ... 
 
Posted by FredKlein - 05/19/2007 - 5:42pm -

Biloxi Bakery Workers, 1913 - Biloxi, MS

World War II Mine Workers
... tours of the United States to give patriotic talks to workers in war industries. This image shows him setting up for a talk at an ... 
 
Posted by Championhilz - 09/19/2011 - 10:04pm -

World War II Mine Workers

Sanitation Workers: 1940s
Chicago sewer department workers in the late 1940s. The man kneeling in the middle is my grandfather. ... 
 
Posted by MustangNick - 01/03/2009 - 4:16pm -

Sanitation Workers: 1940s

Sturtevant Assembly Workers: 1945
... Park, Massachusetts, 1945. A group photo of women assembly workers, many with their tools, in Building C of the Sturtevant factory. A ... 
 
Posted by Readville1 - 07/02/2019 - 12:21pm -

Sturtevant Assembly Workers: 1945

WWII Workers: 1943
... duration of the war. Pictured here are four of his fellow workers, whose names are unknown, and his daughter Shirley A. Archer, also my ... 
 
Posted by ceraurus - 09/27/2018 - 11:14pm -

WWII Workers: 1943

Socks Workers: 1941
November 1941. "Sock driers at the hosiery mill in Greene County, Georgia." Medium format acetate negative by Jack Delano. View full size. Chipman Union hosiery mill Probably at the Chipman Union hosiery mill in Union Point . Nearby ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 02/18/2019 - 9:40pm -

Socks Workers: 1941

Scranton War Workers
Making submarine nets for Hazard Wire and Rope, during the war (unsure of the exact year). The ladies were allowed to work just four hours a day due to the harsh conditions. My grandmother Veronica Turchin (nee Oroski) is front row, far left. ... 
 
Posted by WilliamKH - 03/13/2008 - 11:23am -

Scranton War Workers

Portage Canal workers
Portage, Wisconsin. 1920s. (ShorpyBlog, Member Gallery) ... 
 
Posted by NostalgiaGraphics - 08/30/2007 - 6:27pm -

Portage Canal workers

CCC Workers?
No caption provided. View full size. B & D promotion Seems to be a Black & Decker promotion day. (ShorpyBlog, Member Gallery) ... 
 
Posted by John.Debold - 01/04/2009 - 9:11am -

CCC Workers?

Textile Mill Workers (colorized)
This is a colorized version of Thread Mill Girls: 1916 . View full size. (Colorized Photos) ... 
 
Posted by motobean - 02/09/2010 - 8:59am -

Textile Mill Workers (colorized)

Factory Workers on Break
Purchased at a house sale many years ago. No location known. [These guys look more like inmates to me. -tterrace] View full size. (ShorpyBlog, Member Gallery) ... 
 
Posted by John.Debold - 06/16/2017 - 6:49pm -

Factory Workers on Break

Puritan Ice Company Workers
My grandfather, Grant M. Hodge is on the far right. He was a resident of Santa Barbara from 1921 until his death in 1967. The Puritan Ice Company was founded in Santa Barbara and operated between 1922 and 1986. They manufactured large blocks of ic ... 
 
Posted by Jazzy - 10/06/2017 - 9:57pm -

Puritan Ice Company Workers

Harry McShane: 1908
... that a failure of Communism, then? There are child workers all There are child workers all over the world in factories, mines and other types of exploitaion ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/24/2012 - 6:59pm -

Harry McShane: 1908

Night Shift: 1911
... glass factory. Negroes work side by side with the white workers." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine. View full size. "Side by side with the white workers" It seems as if Mr. Hine wants to say that that is a shame ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/04/2011 - 7:51am -

Night Shift: 1911

La Toilette: 1942
... named after the mayor. FD was built to house war workers originally... ... says: "Built as temporary housing for World War II workers, Frederick Douglass had been deemed uninhabitable in 1998 and left ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/08/2011 - 7:14pm -

La Toilette: 1942

Low Roller: 1970
... plate for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. The oil leaks on the street Definitely FORDS in the area. Fix ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 11/29/2022 - 4:27pm -

Low Roller: 1970

Sulphur Kisses: 1907
... the oculus window. Then we have two rowdy office workers. We can only imagine what sort of things they're yelling down at ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 11/18/2022 - 1:49pm -

Sulphur Kisses: 1907

Porch Patrol: 1941
March 1941. "Defense workers in front of rooming houses. Norfolk, Virginia." Medium format acetate ... end of WWII. After all, there was a war on! Defense workers? I realize as I get older kids look younger but I really can't believe these two are defense workers. Defense workers' kids maybe. I know, all you have to go by it is ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 02/18/2021 - 2:20pm -

Porch Patrol: 1941

FSA to NBC: 1942
... a record for national use, at FSA agricultural camp for workers, many migrants, employed at Seabrook Farms. Man holding paper is a ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 11/07/2022 - 4:40pm -

FSA to NBC: 1942

This Won’t Hurt a Bit: 1942
... are screaming their heads off by now ;o) Health Care Workers In those "early" days of x-ray, it's easy to see why the life span of such health care workers was probably shorter than those not working with x-rays. X-ray ... 
 
Posted by Ken - 09/08/2011 - 8:20pm -

This Won’t Hurt a Bit: 1942

Steeplejacks: 1929
Summer 1929. Washington, D.C. "Workers on building under construction." Harris & Ewing Collection glass ... made of "steelier" stuff than I. Half of all high iron workers wear neckties to work. Up in New York The Upstate and ... tribes were noted for their many high-rise open steel workers. Was this true in Washington as well? Generations apart but Nick ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 05/14/2013 - 10:56am -

Steeplejacks: 1929
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