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Occupation. Two ironworkers.

1850 Occupational portrait of two men, holding floor rammers, foundry tools used for packing sand against molds

1935: A lunch break high above "the madding crowd" is enjoyed by these two structural ironworkers.

A lunch break high above "the madding crowd" is enjoyed by these two structural ironworkers.

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Head and shoulders portrait of a man, possibly a plasterer, seated, smoking a pipe. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

I love these old photos of men having lunch... the old iron workers were so brave to do this every day.. 1932 ~ Rockerfeller Center

Lunch atop a Skyscraper (New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam) is a famous photograph taken by Charles C. Ebbets during construction of the GE Building at Rockefeller Center in (Photographer: Charles C. Ebbets) I still can't believe this.

'Ambrotype of Tailor, Man with Paisley Cloth and Large Scissors by Photo_History, via Flickr' Owner's info: 'The man in this quarter plate ambrotype poses with a length of paisley cloth across his lap and a large pair of scissors in his left hand. (Amborytpes are mirror images.) We call him "The Tailor." Cased images that include occupational tools are especially prized.'  #photography #ambrotype #nineteenthcentury #scissors #CUTlery

'Ambrotype of Tailor, Man with Paisley Cloth and Large Scissors by Photo_History, via Flickr' Owner's info: 'The man in this quarter plate ambrotype poses with a length of paisley cloth across his lap and a large pair of scissors in his left hand. (Amborytpes are mirror images.) We call him "The Tailor." Cased images that include occupational tools are especially prized.' #photography #ambrotype #nineteenthcentury #scissors #CUTlery

Dagguereotype

The carpenter has immense poise self-confidence for a man his age. His clothing distinctive hat symbolizes success.

[Occupational portrait of an unidentified stonecutter, three-quarter length, three-quarters to the right, holding mallet and chisel against block of stone] | Library of Congress

[Occupational portrait of an unidentified stonecutter, three-quarter length, three-quarters to the right, holding mallet and chisel against block of stone]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [between 1850 and

The Daguerreotypist, ca. 1850

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1850 daguerreotype portrait of a daguerreotypist with his camera. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Photography Collection

[Occupational portrait of John Hunt, half-length, facing front, holding whip] | Library of Congress

[Occupational portrait of John Hunt, half-length, facing front, holding whip]

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