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Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940 National Library of France National Library of Australia National Library of the Czech Republic National Library of Catalonia RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel National Library of Spain

Lewis Hine American sociologist and photographer ISNI Wikidata

Hine, Lewis Wickes National and University Library in Zagreb Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries

Hine, Lewis 1874-1940 German National Library Swiss National Library

Hine, Lewis W. (Lewis Wickes), 1874-1940 National Library of the Netherlands

Hine, Lewis BIBSYS

Hine, Lewis Wickes (American photographer, 1874-1940) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Hine, Lewis W. (1874-1940). NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

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Applicants for Red Cross food orders while away the time in singing, instead of standing in line. The scene is at Lonoke, Arkansas, and these drought-stricken farmers ... Library of Congress/NACO
[Child getting water in old tenement] Library of Congress/NACO
Children at work German National Library National Library of Australia National Library of France National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Israel
The children having calisthenics in the garden at La Jonchere, one of the colonies established by the Comite Franco-Americain pour la Protection des Enfants de la Frontiere, which with aid from the American Red Cross, provides a home and education for about 1500 children made destitute by the war Library of Congress/NACO
Children working under the direction of a sister in the garden of the Convent du Sacre Coeur near Paris. Before the war the sisters cared for 30 girls from poor families of the neighborhood, teaching them house work etc. to enable them to earn a living. When war came, the sisters offered half their convent for a 50 bed hospital for soldiers, taking the children into their own inadequate quarters to make room and nursing the soldiers themselves. They were unable to raise enough money to continue the work until they appealed to the AMERICAN RED CROSS which now contributes the supplies needed, clothing, sheets, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
[Contrexeville. Convalescents at work in ARC gardens] Library of Congress/NACO
Convalescent Americans lined in front of an AMERICAN RED CROSS bath house waiting their turn. These baths are also used by men just out of the trenches, whose clothes are cleaned and disinfected while they bathe Library of Congress/NACO
[Convalescent Songsters. Near one of our large hospitals in France, the American Red Cross runs theatre in which the boys give impromptu performances practically every night. This picture shows a group practicing for a minstrel show] Library of Congress/NACO
Covalescent wounded French soldiers at Malaterre Hospital; Rue Edward Nortier, Neuilly. American Red Cross hospital barracks in background Library of Congress/NACO
The delivery of letters from home is a great event. Giving out mail to American Red Cross chauffeurs at garage, Paris Library of Congress/NACO
The dispensary room at the American Red Cross canteen for refugees Gare de l'Est, Paris, was gaily decorated in honor of the 4th of July, which the French celebrated with the same enthusiasm as the Americans Library of Congress/NACO
Dr. Florian, Masseur at Military Hospital, Neuilly. Dr. Florian, Masseur, at AMERICAN RED CROSS Military Hospital, Neuilly, massaging the leg of Maurice "famous exponent of the tango", now an American Red Cross worker. Mr. Maurice fell while entertaing the boys, injuring his knee. But by these frequent massagings he will recover the use of his leg and be able to dance again Library of Congress/NACO
The Empire State Building Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library National Library of Catalonia National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Fotografija 20. stoljeća - Muzej Ludwig u Koelnu National and University Library in Zagreb
French ward for bone cases in American Red Cross hospital at Evreux which is under the direction of Dr. Fitch, famous bone specialist. The picture shows decorations in honor of the 4th of July Library of Congress/NACO
Front parcels, American Red Cross, 60 Rue St. Didier, Paris Library of Congress/NACO
A game. Red Cross Hotel, 2 Rue Borghese Library of Congress/NACO
The general Headquarters of the American Red Cross which were formerly located at 4, Place de la Concorde are now in the building that was the Hotel Regina at 2, Place de Rivoli. One of the landmarks of Paris, the mounted statue of Jeanne d'Arc is placed in the middle of the Place de Rivoli and can be seen in the picture Library of Congress/NACO
The human costs of the war / by Homer Folks. - New York ; London, 1920. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Interpretive photography National Library of Australia
Jeanne d'Arc Dispensary, Malakoff. The Red Cross Tuberculosis Bureau gave money to build this dispensary. Work with the people is done by Sisters of St. Vincent de Paul Library of Congress/NACO
Jeanne Septvents is a beautiful French girl, 10 years old, whose father, for nearly a year a prisoner in Germany, has given his life for France. Jeanne has been adopted by Company E, 6th Battalion of the 20th Engineers. When the American Red Cross photographer found her in the garden of her little stone house at Caen, she was playing with knuckle bones that she had painted red, white and blue in honor of her Godfathers. She wrote them soon after she was adopted saying: "I hope you are all in good health and not too unhappy at the front and I send big kisses to you all." The American Red Cross administers the funds for the maintanence of all the children adopted by the American troops Library of Congress/NACO
Kids at work : Lewis Hine and the crusade against child labor RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland BIBSYS
Lewis Hine : en la colección de la George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film National Library of Catalonia National Library of Spain
Lewis Hine : Musée Carnavalet, 6 novembre 1990 - 6 janvier 1991 RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Catalonia
Lewis Hine passionate journey ; photographs 1905 - 1937 German National Library RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland BIBSYS National Library of the Netherlands
Lewis Hine : Sala de Exposiciones de la Fundación Luis Cernuda, 10 de octubre-28 de noviembre de 1991 National Library of Catalonia National Library of Spain
Lewis W. Hine National Library of France BIBSYS Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Library of Congress/NACO German National Library RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Catalonia
A Lieutenant in the AMERICAN RED CROSS Military Hospital, No. 3 Rue de Chevreuse, Paris, who has had a leg amputation, enjoys the RED CROSS magazine, as well as the new robe sent by a RED CROSS Chapter in America Library of Congress/NACO
The life agrees with him. At the American Military Hospital No. 5 at Auteuil, a complete portable tent hospital supported by the American Red Cross, on the site of what was before the war a celebrated race-course Library of Congress/NACO
Lined up for news from home. Some of our convalescent soldiers impatiently waiting for an American Red Cross Home Communication Service station to open so that they can see of there is any news from "the folks back there" Library of Congress/NACO
Lunch hour in the Duncan Consolidated country school, in Mississippi. Lunches furnished by the Red Cross Library of Congress/NACO
Men at work photographic studies of modern men and machines National Library of France Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Library of Congress/NACO RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands BIBSYS National Library of Catalonia
More than 500 carloads of foodstuffs were donated to the Red Cross for the drought sufferers, from northern, central and western states--In this warehouse at Lonoke, Arkansas, the Red Cross dispensed these donated supplies, under direct charge of the Mayor Library of Congress/NACO
Mrs. Whitlaw Reid and Colonel Gibson, A.R.C., visiting Hospital #3, 4 Rue Chevereux, (Hospital for Officers). Mrs. Whitelaw Reid & Colonel Gibson ARC commissioner for France visiting wounded American officers in the garden of American military hospital No. 3, Rue de Chevreuse, Paris. This was formerly a club for American women Art students established by Mrs. Reid & was converted by the ARC into a hospital for American officers Library of Congress/NACO
Mutilated French soldier in Mrs. Ladd's studio wearing face mask by Mrs. Ladd Library of Congress/NACO
A new trench litter developed by the splint department of the AMERICAN RED CROSS. In carrying a litter through a narrow, twisting trench, it is impossible to keep it always in a horizontal position, so this one has been devised, into which the patient can be tied so that it is impossible for him to fall out Library of Congress/NACO
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Not merely a fair weather friend, this little refugee clings to her dog through thick and thin. Driven from their home by the invaders she and her parents came to the Seminary of St. Sulpice, Paris, where all refugees are received and with aid from the American Red Cross are fed, cared for and helped on their way. She is waiting for the American Red Cross camion to take her to the station where the journey will be resumed Library of Congress/NACO
The oldest daughter was cooking the meager supper when the Red Cross relief came to this home of a farmer in Pulaski County, Arkansas. The mother was in a tuberculosis sanitarium Library of Congress/NACO
An operation at Mil. Hos. #5 Auteuil Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. Interior of the American Red Cross Canteen at Gare St. Lazare, Paris, France. This is the largest and best equipped canteen in the city, and is kept in operation day and night. Judging from the expressions on the faces of the soldiers they must be having a good time. The American girls, left to right: Mrs. Elizabeth Snyder, 5493 Cornell Avenue, Chicago, Miss Rosebelle Sampliner, 1944 East 75th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Florence Baker of England, the latter is Directorice of the canteen Library of Congress/NACO
[Paris. Interior of the Gare St. Lazare, Paris, France. This is the largest and best equipped canteen operated by the American Red Cross in the city. The great crowds of American soldiers who pass through this station daily are looked after by the Red Cross day and night. British soldiers are also served as will be seen in the picture. Miss Mabel McCanna, of 2026 3rd Ave. South Minneapolis, Minn. Is the worker in the picture who is serving one of Uncle Sam's veterans, who wears service stripes for 18 months] Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. On the walking trip about Paris which the "doughboy" took with the American Red Cross, he suddenly found himself in the centre of Place de la Concorde. He is shown here admiring one of the large fountains, for which Paris is famous. The Obelisque de Louqsor may be seen in the background. It is 76 feet high and was brought from the ruins of Thebes. The site if the fountain is where Louis Sixteenth was guillontined on January 21st 1793. during the Terror, a scaffold stood here and about 3,000 people were executed Library of Congress/NACO
The personnel of the Children's Bureau of the American Red Cross in Paris Library of Congress/NACO
Photographs. Selections BIBSYS Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Library of Congress/NACO
Picking over Sphagnum moss which comes from the coast of Ireland and is used in wounds as an outer absorbant pad, in the American Red Cross workrooms for surgical dressings, Rue de la Faisanderie, Paris. The workers in these workrooms are Frenchwomen, most of whom have suffered in the war, and are glad to work for the wounded at the same time making a living under the direction of the A.R.C. Library of Congress/NACO
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Red Cross beneficiaries near Cleveland, Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
Renee Grouyer, "the adopted daughter" of the Intelligence Section of the Army Field Clerks, 2nd Section, GHQ, cant's play ball very well, but she is one of the best little mascots in France. A testimonial to her abilities may be obtained easily from any member of her godfathers' section. She has big blue eyes and dimples and is as brown as a hazelnut because she plays out of doors all day long. She is a refugee child from the Meurthe et Moselle and lives now, with 300 other little refugee children at the Caserne du Chateau in Caen. The AMERICAN RED CROSS administers the funds for the maintanence of all the children adopted by the American troops Library of Congress/NACO
Review of Boy Scouts in front of AMERICAN RED CROSS headquarters, 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris. These Scouts are loyal workers for the AMERICAN RED CROSS, being employed as messengers, office boys, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
Sanatorium of La Jonchere under the direction of Mrs. Bliss, lunch time Library of Congress/NACO
Saturday afternoon tea-party in the new Club rooms for A.R.C. women workers, at the Hotel Roblin, Paris. The Club provides a pleasant place where the women workers can rest, read and enjoy social re-unions of a simple kind Library of Congress/NACO
The Sous Intendent Militaire of the Loire gives to Miss Porter, head of the Bureau of Refugees, the use of this building in Montbrison, for the Bureau, in which the refugee women make straw mats for the army and in this way maintain their independence and live under sanitary conditions Library of Congress/NACO
The Sous Prefet and other officials at Montbrison assisted by representatives of the Red Cross from St. Etienne reviewing the schoolchildren and the troops July 14th, 1918 Library of Congress/NACO
Study of a colored child, a beneficiary of the Red Cross drought relief work in Mississippi Library of Congress/NACO
[Thanks to the generous support of the people at home our wounded boys are able to enjoy themselves like this in American Red Cross canteens all along the front] Library of Congress/NACO
Typical Arkansas farmer, photographed as he came into Stuttgart, Arkansas, for Red Cross garden seeds Library of Congress/NACO
Typical colored school near Shaw, Mississippi. It is held in a church. The teacher is distributing fruit sent to the Red Cross from Lake Wales, Florida Library of Congress/NACO
Under the care of an AMERICAN RED CROSS worker this group of refugee children, who have been received by a French organization, with aid from the A.R.C. at St. Sulpice, are about to start for Grand Val, the country home that has been opened for them on a large estate near Paris. There they will have the care of A.R.C. doctors and nurses Library of Congress/NACO
Unloading a carload of oranges and grapefruit, donated to the Red Cross at Lake Wales, Florida, and unloaded for the drought sufferers around Cleveland, Miss. Library of Congress/NACO
Waiting for pappy to come home with something to eat. Another of the children of the war veterans, living in the foot-hills of the Ozarks, in Arkansas, who lost all of his foodstuffs in the drought Library of Congress/NACO
While a crowd of American soldiers are waiting to get into the American Red Cross recreation hut, Base Hospital 114 at Beaudesert near Bordeaux, Lieut. Guy Owsley A.R.C. of Passadena, Cal. stands on a soap box to tell them where and how the American Red Cross Home Service can help them. Oct. 1918 Library of Congress/NACO
[Wounded American soldiers in American Army Base Hospital, No. 41, at St. Denis, which was formerly a school for daughters of French army officers and officers of the Legion of Honor, and has now been loaned to the American Red Cross, which equipped the building for the use of the army] Library of Congress/NACO
"Your hard luck is past, I see a number of pieces of real good fortune just around the corner. There may be a lady in it, or money, I am not sure, but it is coming soon." Jollying up the convalescents at Hosp. 5, Auteuil, Mrs. Gertrude Heatwole, Canteen Dept., A.R.C.) two negatives) Library of Congress/NACO

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