Little girls work in the interior of a tobacco shed
Some farmers hired children for seasonal work. Here, three girls, aged eight, nine, and ten, string tobacco leaves. The ten year-old made 50 cents a day. The farm employed 12 workers aged 8 to 14, and another 15 who were over 15 years old.
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