MEXICAN REPATRIATION, 1935. A mother of Mexican descent in California discusses
MEXICAN REPATRIATION, 1935.
A mother of Mexican descent in California discusses the forced deportation of Mexicans in the United States, including citizens and legal immigrants, during the 1930s: Sometimes I tell my children that I would like to go to Mexico, but they tell me 'We don't want to go, we belong here.' Photograph by Dorothea Lange, June 1935.
ARTHUR CAPPER (1865-1951). American governor and United States senator from Kansas
ARTHUR CAPPER (1865-1951).
American governor and United States senator from Kansas. Addressing a meeting of the National Grange by radio alongside (left to right, front row) Ruth Nanna McCormick, L.J. Tabor, (left to right, back row) John C. Ketcham, Marvin Jones, and James C. Farmer. Photograph, 8 June 1929.
ALABAMA: LABORATORY, 1942. Paul Imes, Samuel Watkins, and George Richardson, laboratory
ALABAMA: LABORATORY, 1942.
Paul Imes, Samuel Watkins, and George Richardson, laboratory technicians at a Tennessee Valley Authority chemical plant near Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, June 1942.
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