The guy that took the photo of the mechanic was the same guy that essentially got child labor laws to be enforced in the US, which is pretty crazy.
Meaning he helped to ban child labour, right? (not the reverse)He's a great photographer.I love that social change can happen through art mixed with the technical.
And the mechanic? I tossed up between both. And I am straight but the mechanic is like goals for a man 😐
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Yes it's a sobering thought. If he was alive today he'd be the oldest man in the world.
@EnglishEuropean Well, close anyway. Aren’t the oldest people in the world always Japanese people who only ate fish their entire life?
Well the oldest man in USA was a ww2 veteran that smoked cigars and drank whiskey every day lol
A child labor activist took the photo so it would make sense.
Lewis Hine's photographs supported the NCLC's lobbying to end child labor, and in 1912 the Children's Bureau was created. The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 eventually brought child labour in the US to an end.
It’s the 1920s what could he have possibly been on? Lol
🧐... hmmm... you can never know... that said... Impressive or average you feel? 👍
Lewis Hines took the photo
Yes, he was instrumental in ending chid labour in the US. Thank you, Wikipedia.