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    • Labor camp home, fall 1967

    • 1967
    • The interior of an Anglo migrant home in the Crewport Labor Camp in Zillah, Washington in the fall of 1967. One of the family's children is standing between two two tables looking out the window. The table on the left of the picture if crowded with...
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970s

    • 1970 ca
    • Performance of El Teatro del Piojo (""The Theater of the Louse"") at the Ethnic culture Center at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington in the early 1970s. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto is standing to the right of the photo of Che Guevara....
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970s

    • 1970 ca
    • Performance of El Teatro del Piojo (""The Theater of the Louse"") at the Ethnic culture Center at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington in the early 1970s. There is a photo of Che Guevara in the background. Banner reads "" Teatro del...
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970s

    • 1970 ca
    • Performance of El Teatro del Piojo (""The Theater of the Louse"") at the Ethnic culture Center at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington in the early 1970s. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto is wearing the Patron sign and there is a picture of Che...
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970 or 1971

    • 1970-1971 ca
    • Young boys watch El Teatro del Piojo (""The Theater of the Louse"") presentation of ""La Escuelita"" (The Small school) in Granger, Washington in 1970 or 1971 at a converted Catholic church which was used as the Mexican culture center.
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970 or 1971

    • 1970-1971 ca
    • A Young boy watches El Teatro del Piojo (""The Theater of the Louse"") presentation of ""La Escuelita"" (The Small school) in Granger, Washington in 1970 or 1971 at a converted Catholic church which was used as the Mexican culture center.
    • El Teatro del Piojo, 1970 or 1971

    • 1970-1971 ca
    • Two men perform as part of El Teatro del Piojo's (""The Theater of the Louse"") presentation of ""La Escuelita"" (The Small school) in Granger, Washington in 1970 or 1971 at a converted Catholic church. One man's sign says General Jefe, the other...
    • Labor camp home, fall 1967

    • 1967
    • Two boys sit on bags of what looks to be clothing in a home in the Antanum labor camp in Yakima, Washington in the fall of 1967. One of the boys is pouring something into his hand. Both boys look to be sitting in front of a crib.
    • Farm Worker Union Meeting, 1972

    • 1972
    • People, some playing instruments, on the back of a flatbed truck at the Farm Workers Union Meeting in Sunnyside, Washington in 1972. Signs say ""Venceremos (""We Will Win"")"" and ""Viva la Revolucion (""The Revolution lives"").""
    • Farm Worker Union Meeting, 1972

    • 1972
    • People, some on a the back of a flatbed truck, at the Farm Workers Union Meeting in Sunnyside, Washington in 1972. Posters read ""Venceremos (""We Will Win"") and Viva la Revolucion (""The Revolution lives"").""
    • Rogers cannery, 1971

    • 1971
    • Rogers Walla Walla Cannery in Walla Walla, Washington in the summer of 1971. Writing on the building reads ""Rogers Walla Walla, INC."" Sign on the fence reads ""Do not block gate inside parking for Authorized Personnel ""Only"".""
    • Rogers cannery, 1971

    • 1971
    • Rogers Walla Walla Cannery in Walla Walla, Washington in the summer of 1971. Writing on the building reads ""Rogers Walla Walla, INC."" Sign on the fence reads ""Do not block gate inside parking for Authorized Personnel ""Only"".""

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