January 1912. "Tenement homework, NY, 309 W 146 St. Mrs. De Levo [?] and her 7-year-old daughter, Lorenza, embroider ladies' waists in their...kitchen-living room. Lorenza makes...flower stems. Her mother said, 'See how smart she is. I show her how and right away she makes them. She is so little because she's been sick so much.' She works after school. Father is out of a job. 'They pay too cheap for lace.' They make about $2 a week." Lewis Wickes Hine for the National Child Labor Committee.