"America and Lewis Hine" DVD

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"America and Lewis Hine" DVD

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An award-winning feature documentary about pioneer social documentary photographer Lewis Hine, who documented immigration at Ellis Island, immigrant life on the Lower East Side, child labor, the construction of the Empire State Building, and men and women at work from 1905-1940. Lewis Hine’s work helped establish child labor legislation and is a vital part of the historic record and a cherished part of our national heritage.

Narrated by Jason Robards & Maureen Stapleton

60 minutes

**IF YOU ARE PURCHASING THIS FILM FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AND ARE AFFILIATED WITH A UNIVERSITY, YOU MUST PURCHASE THE EDUCATIONAL/LIBRARY FORMAT OF THIS FILM.**

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