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Description: Factory workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: Buildings along an unpaved road served as a camp for migrant farm workers working for the Green Bay Food Company.
In 1946, more than 4,000 farmworkers fr...
Description: The Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor as photographed by Holocaust survivor, Louis Koplin. Taken from the ship carrying him from Europe to the United S...
Description: Jesus Salas, right, is the leader of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a Chicano migrant workers' rights group started in the 1960s for the improvement of w...
Description: A central Wisconsin labor camp consisting of a row of wooden framed building with asphalt siding which housed migrant laborers. At the center, three childr...
Description: The entrance of the area of emigration for refugees from Europe, taken by Louis Koplin; Bremen, Germany.
Description: Twenty-two year-old Danish immigrant, Neils Lassen, right, uses a globe map to point out his native Denmark to Major Roberts of the Madison Army and Air Fo...
Description: Boat in Queenstown, Ireland, going out to ocean liner and carrying (possibly), immigrants to the United States. Original catalog listing called "Goodbye to...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Webb house with family standing on back porch with trees. House built by John Webb, an early immigrant and Cornish miner.
City: Chippewa Falls
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