Hands at Work Essay

September 14, 1997|By Photography and text by Nanine Hartzenbusch | Photography and text by Nanine Hartzenbusch,SUN STAFF

In an age of 'smart' workplaces and robotic assembly, it is easy to forget the work still done by hand. But the workers pictured here, who do it every day, are reminders that such work can be gratifying, for its own sake, and for the small gifts it can bring: a smile on a child's face, a handshake with the past, or seeing their handiwork bring lasting change.

Pub Date: 9/14/97

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