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A cross-section of the Lawrence, Massachusetts, workforce as presented to the readers of Harper’s Weekly in 1868. Winslow Homer sketched women, men, and children as they emerged from the city’s textile factories at the end of a workday.

Source: Winslow Homer, Harper’s Weekly, July 25, 1868—American Social History Project.