Workers 1800's

 

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1800's Workers

1800's Workers

You are viewing an unusual image of Occupational portrait of two men, standing full length holding floor rammers, foundry tools used for packing sand against molds. It was taken in 1850.

The image shows Laborers.

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Image ID# 16E8B0AF

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