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Studio portrait of three unidentified young women wearing coats and hats: (Jewish Daily Forward English caption:) "When clothes made the woman -- three girl students..." (Yiddish caption) "When girls liked to look like women.... 20 years ago."

ca. 1905

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"Jewish youths being trained in a machine shop" (Russian inscription): young men and women (at the end of the benches, wearing kerchiefs) working with hammers and files at vises.

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Portrait in a material-science laboratory in a Jewish Progressive School: students analyzing materials, some working with pieces of cloth (front left), at lab tables equipped with magnifying loops, glass beakers, test tubes, alcohol lamps, tripods, etc.

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Portrait in the smithy at the Ratmansky [Trade] School-Factory: five students (holding hammers) working metal at anvils, two older men stand by the work stations. (Back left, a forge, far wall, power switchers.)

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Portrait of staff and children of a Jewish children's home, "recently visited by M. Siganievitsh, a representative of the Argentinian Jews..." (in Yiddish on frame). (Russian/Yiddish sign: "...home maintained by Detroit Federation of Ukrainian Jews.")

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In the surgical room of the Polyclinic at 4 Kuznetchnaya Street, run by the Kiev Society for Relief to the Needy Ill: two staff members (women in lab coats), one attends to a boy's arm. (A tiled stove with the relief of a knight on far wall.)

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Group portrait on a wooden porch at a "sanatorium for educated people" (Yiddish and German inscriptions): (French registration form on back:) "Client: the Executive Committee, address: Jewish, entered: 19th, for: 21st, ...zinc, copper, -Observations -."

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Portrait of a bookbinding workshop at the Jewish children's [day] home at 26 Kuzniets Street: children working at different steps of the bookbinding process. (Russian/Yiddish sign: "...home is maintained by the United Jewish Aid Society of Canada.")

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Portrait of a sewing class at a Jewish Progressive School: six young men and women each working at a Singer sewing machine; an instructor (r). (Portraits of unidentified men and a Russian banner with red star reading "...Cheaper Merchandise" on wall.)

 

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