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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.

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Interior of Pedro Rivera Duran's Mexican passport.

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The text is from the back of Pedro Rivera Duran's birth certificate. It states that the Registrar verifies that everything on the birth certificate is true.

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This birth certificate states that Pedro Rivera Duran was born September 17, 1929 in San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato, Mexico.

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Interior of Federico Navarro Duran's Mexican passport

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In these pages, Federico Navarro Duran receives extensions for his passport in the Mexican Consulate of Calexico, California.

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This Mexican passport's pages describe Mr. Faustino Martinez's physical features, his birth date and place, occupation, and marital status.

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These passport's pages state that the Mexican government issued this passport to Federico Navarro Duran in Mexico City, D.F. on December 8, 1961. They also state that this passport can be used for entering into the United States and expires on December 7, 1963.

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Interior of Mexican Passport for Federico Navarro Duran

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A decree from Mexican President Vicente Fox for ex-braceros looking for their 10%. It was published on Wednesday, May 25, 2005.

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A decree from Mexican President Vicente Fox for ex-braceros looking for their 10%. It was published on Wednesday, May 25, 2005.

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A decree from Mexican President Vicente Fox for ex-braceros looking for their 10%. It was published on Wednesday, May 25, 2005.

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This letter acknowledges the fact that Federico Navarro Duran worked as a bracero from 1952 to 1961. Martin Cuevas Diaz and Jesus Nava Orozco signed as witnesses that he worked in various places throughout the United States of America.

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Federico Navarro Duran received this missing documentation in Mexicali, Baja California in 2006 because he was missing some documents for his request of his 10%.

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This letter is from Federico Navarro to Mexican Consul in Los Angeles. In it, he solicits that the Consulate be aware that Mr. Baldomero Capiz is not a representative of the bracero community within California or the United States. He goes on to explain that Mr. Capiz was expelled from Alianza Bracero ProA for exploiting the organization, and that the Consul should stay in communication with other community organizers. He also offers the consul evidence for his opinion. The letter was written on January 18, 2004.

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This birth certificate delineates the birth of M. Esther Rivera, Federico Navarro Duran's wife. It also states that she was born January 23, 1930 in Guanajuato.

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This birth certificate delineates the birth of M. Esther Rivera, Federico Navarro Duran's wife. It also states that she was born January 23, 1930 in Guanajuato.

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This birth certificate delineates the lineage of Federico Navarro Duran. It also states that he was born March 2, 1929 in Guanajuato. He received this copy of his birth certificate on November 3, 1992.

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This birth certificate delineates the lineage of Federico Navarro Duran. It also states that he was born March 2, 1929 in Guanajuato.