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A photograph by Lewis Hine of the singing class at Hull House in Chicago, 1910.

Lewis Hine was a photographer and social reformer. He became particularly well known for his photographs of child laborers and urban working conditions on behalf of the National Child Labor Committee, which helped to secure the passage of new policies regulating and preventing child labor. This photograph is from a photo study of Hull House and the conditions in the surrounding communities that it served.