Casualties of Child Labor: Ten Children Illegally Employed in Pennsylvania and What Happened to Them

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Title

Casualties of Child Labor: Ten Children Illegally Employed in Pennsylvania and What Happened to Them

Description

Pamphlet issued by the Consumers' League of Eastern Pennsylvania as an exposé of workplace accidents involving children. The authors make an appeal to regulate child labor, and “To break down the conspiracy of silence” (p. 11) about illegal child employment.

The cover summarizes the cases discussed in the pamphlet:

"Two killed – one smothered to death and one blown to pieces
Six seriously injured – hands crushed, fingers amputated, leg mangled
Two of the injured permanently incapacited
Two injured more or less seriously”

Creator

De Lima, Agnes 
McConnell, Beatrice, 1894-1985

Source

Paul U. Kellogg papersChild Labor Amendment, 1923-1927Box: 22, Folder: 197. Social Welfare History Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries

Publisher

Consumers' League of Eastern Pennsylvania

Date

1924 December

Contributor

Social Welfare History Archive, University of Minnesota Libraries

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Citation

De Lima, Agnes McConnell, Beatrice, 1894-1985, “Casualties of Child Labor: Ten Children Illegally Employed in Pennsylvania and What Happened to Them,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed November 15, 2018, https://images.socialwelfare.library.vcu.edu/items/show/334.