Source: “Protest against child labor in a labor parade,” May 1, 1909. George Grantham Bain Collection, Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/ggbain/item/97519062/. Post-processed in Photoshop. The full texts of the signs would read “Nieder mit Kinder Shklaferey” and “Abolish child slavery!!”
Non-Hawaii persons, the fruit is a papaya and the bird is a mejiro or warbling white-eye, Zosterops japonicus. If luck were to be bragged about, I’d brag, for these tiny birds are fast-moving teaching aids for every sense of the word mercurial.
The source for the Hebrew Publishing Company image, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jewish_immigration_Russia_United_States_1901.jpg, dates it 1901, but to me the date looks more like 1909. For a short history of the Hamburg-America Line’s important role in the history of Jewish immigration to the United States, see Karen Manners Smith’s article at http://immigrationtounitedstates.org/538-hamburg-amerika-line.html.
Both images have been post-processed for color and sharpness. The main caption in the German poster translates, “Fast steamer Deutschland, the fastest ship in the world, entering service early 1900.” In the Jewish image, the American eagle who faces off against the Russian eagle unscrolls a text that reads not E pluribus unum but “Hide me under the shadow of thy wings” (Psalm 17.8).