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African-American laborers working on the Wilmington and Northern Railroad near the "New Bridge."
African American men at the Camp Meade World War I Draft Board in 1918
Forge Shop employees, of mixed races, pose together for a photograph.
Men of mixed ethnicities and ages take a break from furnace and cupola work to pose for a photograph.
Forge shop workers, of mixed ethnicities, pose for a photograph.
Men working on a motion picture.
Aerial view of the flagship plant of the Midvale Steel Works, located in Nicetown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
An African-American worker and a white worker at Midvale Steel and Ordinance Company's plant in Coatesville, PA c. 1920. Co-operation between African American and white workers was essential to Pennsylvania's prominent steel industry, because of the…
A group of African American and immigrant workers at Midvale Steel and Ordinance Company's Plant in Coatesville, Pa. c. 1910. Pennsylvania had enormous demand for labor in steel mills, and within a decade of incorporating African American workers,…
An aerial view of the Baldwin Locomotive Works located in Eddystone, PA.
A photo of Night Fire Fighters from South Philadelphia with a fire engine in 1919.