Browse Documents (512 items total)

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Money order receipts sent by Salvador Velasco in 1950 to Arnulfo Velasco (3 separate money orders).

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Francisca Rodriguez for $12.

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This newspaper clipping is of ex-braceros marching down the streets of Mexicali asking to receive $100,000 per capita because of back wages.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Francisca Rodriguez.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Jesus Ramirez.

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This newspaper clipping is a continuation about the rights ex-braceros have for their labor during their time in the Bracero Program. The article was published January 23, 2006.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Francisca Rodriguez for $25.

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This article clipping refers to the rights ex-braceros have for their labor during their time in the Bracero Program. The article was published January 23, 2006.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Jesus Ramirez for $20.80.

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This newspaper clipping is a continuation about the protests sponsored by Alianza Bracero-proa members who blocked the U.S.-Mexico border. They wanted to bring attention to the fact that they were still owed back wages. These protests took place during January 2006 and according this portion of the article, braceros are organizing a national scale.

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This newspaper clipping is about a protests sponsored by Alianza Bracero-proa members who blocked the U.S.-Mexico border. They wanted to bring attention to the fact that they were still owed back wages. These protests took place during January 2006.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez in 1950 to Jesus Ramirez for $20.56.

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Enriqueta Quintero's newspaper clippings look at the injustices ex-braceros have endured. They also talk about the protests they've organized to try and bring attention to the fact that they are owed money. For instance, a group went to Mexican Presidente Vicente Fox's ranch to discuss the issue at hand.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez to Sra. Francisca Rodriguez in 1950 for $25.

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Money order receipt sent by M. Gonzalez to Jesus Ramirez in 1950 for $17.

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez in 1949 and 1950 to Francisca Rodriguez. Only two money order images.

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Money order receipts sent between 1948 and 1950 to Francisca Rodriguez. The amounts are $25, $40, and $7.

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez between 1948 and 1950. The top and bottom money orders were sent to Sra. Francisca Rodriguez (1950); the middle money order was sent to Benito Patino (1948).

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez between 1948 and 1950. The top money order was sent to Sra. Rosario de Velasco (1950?). The middle and bottom money orders were sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1948, 1949).

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Three money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez to Francisca Rodriguez between 1948 and 1950.

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez between 1948 and 1950. The top money order is sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1950); the middle money order is sent to Salvador Velasco (1948); the bottom money order is sent to Sofia Rodriguez (1949).

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez between 1948 and 1950. The top and bottom money orders are sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1949, 1950). The middle money order is sent to Rosario Ramirez (1948).

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez between 1948-1950. The top and bottom money orders are sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1949, 1950). The middle money order is sent to Rosario Ramirez (1948).

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Money order receipts sent by M. Gonzalez in 1948, 1949, and 1950. The top and bottom money orders are sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1949, 1950). The middle money order is sent to Rosario Ramirez (1948).

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Money order receipts sent between 1948 and 1950. The top and bottom money orders are sent to Francisca Rodriguez (1949 & 1950). The middle money order is sent to Rosario Ramirez (1948).