I don't care if I take heat for it, I'll tell you right now: I'm generally opposed to child labor AND communism.
That said, kids back then sure knew how to dress. Check out the awesome pattern matching in this 1925-6 portrait of our littlest comrade, Varvara Rodchenko, the daughter of pioneering Constructivist artists Alexander Rodchenko and Varvara Stepanova.
And the jacket on this 10-year-old newsy Lewis Hines photographed in the 1910s has that slightly rumpled, artisanal look that no machine today could produce. Probably because it was sewn by a child. Which is bad! Don't get me wrong.