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This is Manuel Arredondo Labrada's standard work contract. He received this contract in 1962. He worked in San Joaquin and Contra Costa, California, for the California Asparagus Grower's Association.

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This is Manuel Arredondo Labrada's standard work contract. He received this contract in 1962. He worked in San Joaquin and Contra Costa, California, for the California Asparagus Grower's Association.

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Manuel Arrendondo Labrada's alien laborer's identification card (MICA). Its was issued to him in 1962.

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Manuel Arrendondo Labrada's alien laborer's identification card (MICA). Its was issued to him in 1962.

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Manuel Arrendondo Labrada's alien laborer's identification card (MICA). Its was issued to him in 1959.

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Manuel Arrendondo Labrada's alien laborer's identification card (MICA). Its was issued to him in 1959.

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This is the written birth certificate of Alejandro Salas Arrendondo from his home state of Durango, Mexico. It states that he was born April 24, 1935.

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This is the written birth certificate of Alejandro Salas Arrendondo from his home state of Durango, Mexico. It states that he was born April 24, 1935.

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This application is Alejandro Salas Arredondo's application for back wages owed to him.

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This application is Alejandro Salas Arredondo's application for back wages owed to him.

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The back side of Manuel Romero's Alien laborer's identification card (MICA) issued to him in 1957.

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Manuel Romero's Alien laborer's identification card (MICA). Its was issued to him in 1957.

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This copy of the continuation of the standard work contract shows the general terms of agreements such as lodging and insurance in both English and Spanish.

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Back side of Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola's Alianza Bracero ProA identification card

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Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola's Alianza Bracero Proa identification card.

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This is Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola's standard work contract. This page states the general information for Mr. Roman Gaxiola's contract including the fact that his wife is his dependent. He received this contract in 1957. He worked all over California with the Imperial Valley Farmers' Association.

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This side of the work contract expresses the terms of agreements in both English and Spanish.

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This is Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola's standard work contract. This page states the general information for Mr. Roman Gaxiola's contract including the fact that his wife is his dependent. He received this contract in 1957. He worked all over California with the Grower's Farm Labor Association.

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Article 7 of the work contract explains the terms of the bracero's transportation. In it, it states that employers should transport their braceros free of charge, along with food, lodgings, and other necessary expenses. These provisions should be held as true unless the worker does not complete the terms of the contract. In this case, the employer is not obligated to pay for the bracero's transportation back to the reception center.

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This side of the continuation of standard work contract has the signature of Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola agreeing to the terms and conditions of said contract.

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This is Manuel de Jesus Roman Gaxiola's standard work contract. This page states the general information for Mr. Roman Gaxiola's contract including the fact that his mother is his dependent. He received this contract in 1954.

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Interior of passport with a stamp from August, 12, 1960.

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The Mexican Consulate in San Diego, California verified his birth date as September 17, 1929 on July 2,1960.

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Interior of Mexican Passport--these pages describe Mr. Pedro Rivera Duran's physical features, his birth date and place, occupation, and marital status.

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This Mexican passport was issued to Pedro Rivera Duran on June 10, 1960 in San Diego, California. According to page 3, this passport is only valid for entrance in the United States of America.