The Virginia K. Johnson Home. A House of Refuge for Unmarried Mothers under twenty-one years old.

The Virginia K. Johnson Home. A House of Refuge for Unmarried Mothers under twenty-one years old. A large proportion of the girls here came from the farms, their lives stunted by the monotonous work of cotton picking, many of them beginning at five and six years old. Surely this must be counted one of the by-products of such deadening work. See Hine report on Texas Child Labor. Location: Dallas, Texas. Date Created/Published: 1913 October. LOC original medium: 1 photographic print. Child labor pic by Lewis Wickes Hine.