These were the youngest white boys (there were several younger negroes) that I could find working in the Parker Heading Co.

These were the youngest white boys (there were several younger negroes) that I could find working in the Parker Heading Co. Lumber Yards, Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Sometimes called the Great Western Lumber Co.) I went through the buildings and yards. Smallest white boy is Frank Childers, Front St., Poplar Bluff. He and the other small boys help trim and carry strips to make barrel headings. Location: Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Date Created/Published: 1910 October. LOC original medium: 1 photographic print. Picture of child labor by Lewis Hine.