Photograph of female workers in a textile mill, showing a single woman with her back to the camera in the foreground, ca.1930. At center, a long line of machinery can be seen extending from the right of the image to the far left. Along the center rack of the machine, numerous spools of thread are visible. Above the thread, groups of cylindrical plates extending from the top can be seen. Lines of thread can be seen running between the cylindrical plates back to the center rack. Below the machinery, a large empty table area is visible. Numerous small, cone-shaped objects can be seen strewn about the area. At center, a single woman is seen with her back to the camera. The woman wears a long dress with an apron tied to the front. The short-haired woman also wears lightly-colored high heel shoes as she stands before the machinery. Behind the row of machinery, the faces of two other female workers are barely visible. In the extreme background along the right wall, several cylindrical wheels can be seen with hanging thread extending to the floor below. Pipes move across the ceiling of the factory, and hanging lights can also be seen. To the left, a large clock sits at the top of a rectangular pillar.