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45 Amazing Vintage Photographs of Bicycle Messenger Boys Across America from the Early 20th Century

The little bicycle messengers of yesterday who were part of two million child laborers working in American industry in the early 20th century. Photojournalist Lewis Hine played an integral role in the creation of child labor laws in America. Hine took a post with the National Child Labor Committee in 1908 and spent the next ten years documenting child laborers and their working conditions around America.
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