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(Photo:Polish immigrants working on the farm in Maryland, 1909.

Lewis Hine, coloured by Robek - Own work based on public domain photo [1]

Hand coloured photo. Orginal description: "Mrs. Bissie and family (Polish). They all work in fields near Baltimore in summer and have worked at Biloxi, Miss. for two years. Location: Baltimore, Maryland."

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Created: 1 July 1909 )

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