The podcast of the interview is now available.
You can learn more about Joe Manning in general from his website, Mornings on Maple Street.
Joe's website is also the portal to all the online information about the Lewis Hine Project.
Read more about Lewis Hine in his Wikipedia profile.
The Lawrence History Center in Lawrence, Massachusetts is currently displaying an exhibit based on the Lewis Hine Project focusing on the children of Lawrence photographed by Lewis Hine. The exhibit is running through September 30, 2012.
Joe Manning was featured in a Yankee Magazine article (available online) in 2011.
The Lewis Hine photos which are the basis of Joe's research are available for viewing from the Library of Congress website .
The door prize given away during the show was a book authored by Joe Manning, Steeples: Sketches of North Adams. Other books by Joe Manning include Disappearing Into North Adams and Gig at the Amtrak.
Here is a Pinterest site that features Lewis Hine photos, including shots from when he photographed the construction of the Empire State Building. It includes the iconic photo of the construction works sitting on the beam over New York City. It also shows some of Hine's Ellis Island photos.