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Manuel Montes Robles' certificate of recognition for his work as a bracero.

This certificate of recognition is for Manuel Montes Robles

This is the back of the alien laborer's identification card. It has the general information for Manuel Montes Robles. It states that it was issued to him on July 20, 1959 in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

Manuel Montes Robles' Alien laborer's identification card (MICA).

This contract delineates the wages Manuel Montes Robles will receive from Central Coast Farm Labor Association for his work.

According to this standard work contract, Manuel Montes Robles was sent to Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and San Benito in California. His contract began July 22, 1960 and the term "born to suffer" is written under wages.

Manuel Montes Robles' pay stub delineates the amount of time he worked and the compensation he received for that work. This pay stub is from Imperial Valley Farmer's Association, and they gave Mr. Montes Robles his check on October 28, 1964.

Card of recognition and MICA for Alberto Montes Gonzalez.

Card of appreciation and recognition for Alberto Montes Gonzalez for his contribution to the bracero program. 1953.

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