|Title:||Dinner-Toters Waiting for Gate to Open|
|Owner:||Library of Congress|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Date of Creation:||1913 AD|
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"Dinner-Toters" waiting for the gate to open. This is carried on more in Columbus than in any other city I know, and by smaller children. (See photos.) Many of them are paid by the week for doing it, and carry, sometimes, ten or more a day. They go around in the mill, often help tend to machines, which often run at noon, and so learn the work. A teacher told me the mothers expect the children to learn this way, long before they are of proper age. (See also Vaughn's Georgia Report, April, 1913.) Eagle and Ph[o]enix Mill. Location: Columbus, Georgia.