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CBAN_058
CBAN_058
IdentifierCBAN_058
TitleGroup of Mexican National workers in front of the San Gorgonio Savings and Loan building in Banning, California
CreatorUnknown
Date Created16258
DescriptionExterior photograph of group of Mexican National workers in front of the San Gorgonio Savings and Loan building in Banning with supplies of groceries as they wait to be taken to the Barker Ranch.
TypeImage
Physical Description1 black and white photograph; 7 x 11.43 cm.
InstitutionBanning Library District
Collection Guidehttp://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6779r9df
Project NoteLHDRP
Country of CreationUS
Copyright StatusCopyright status unknown
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Languageeng
Subject (Place)Banning (Calif.)
Subject (Topic)Agriculture-California-Banning
Migrant Labor-California-Banning
Form/GenrePhotographs
Item/Call Number86-02-04-54
ContributorBarker, C. O.
TranscriptionA group of Mexican Nationals standing in front of the San Gorgonio Savings and Loan building at 50 S. First Street. They have received their weeks pay, and have bought food supplies.The Government brought in Mexican Nationals during World War II to help with the agriculture crops. By 1944 they were known as Bracaros.
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