Figure 1. Boys entering a saloon, Hartford, Connecticut, March 1909. Photographer Lewis Hine of the National Child Labor Committee wrote the following description: “9:30 P.M. A common case of ‘team work.’ Smaller boy (Joseph Bishop) goes into [one of the?] saloons and sells his last papers. Then comes out and his brother gives him more. Joseph said, ‘Drunks are me best customers.’ ‘I sell more'n me brudder does.’ ‘Dey buy me out so I kin go home.’ He sells every afternoon and night. Extra late Saturda[y. At] it again at 6 A.M. Sunday, Hartford, Conn.” National Child Labor Committee Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-DIG-nclc-03236.