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Description: A panel of Wisconsin state officials at Waushara County Electric Cooperative building meeting with Oberos Unidos (United Workers) migrant farm workers unio...
Description: Francisco Rodriguez of Crystal City, Texas is picketing a Wautoma grocery store during the grape boycott in 1968. Grape boycotts in Wisconsin were organize...
Description: View of the interior of the Kimball Drug Store. A man and woman stand behind the counter in the very back of the store, partially obscured by a sign readin...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Exteior of the Otto Lindner farm, with family on porch.
Description: A group of National Farm Workers Association members and supporters applauding rally speakers in front of Waushara County Courthouse. A march to the rally...
Description: A boy wearing a white short-sleeved t-shirt and dark pants is barefoot and standing to the left of a communal shower hut for migrant farm workers in a Waut...
Description: Druggist Kimball is seated at his desk looking over papers in his Pine River drug store. Various products are visible in the background, as well as stacks...
Description: Northwestern Street intersection in Wautoma, with the old railroad depot in the background and a parking lot in the foreground.
Description: The interior of a floorless tin communal shower hut with shower heads and sinks for migrant farm workers in a labor camp.
This photograph is a part of...
Description: At the center stands Father Antonio Gonzales, a former migrant worker from Rio Grande City, Texas, who is visiting his parents in Wautoma. In 1966, he led...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Exterior of Otto Lindner home with Mrs Thiel (wife of Lawrence University professor) and Grace Lindner. Both women are using fur hand muffs.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Otto Lindner standing in front of a rooming house.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Otto Lindner near house.
Description: Railroad engine on turntable at railroad yard. Possibly in Adams, Wisconsin.
Description: Traffic on Oxford Street (State Highway 21&73), with a parking meter in the foreground and old storefronts in the distance.
Description: Migrant laborers hoe a cucumber field by hand. There is one worker in the foreground and two others in the background. Rows of seedlings extend across the...
Description: Two boys standing on the sidewalk are distributing "La Voz Mexicana" ("The Mexican Voice"), the official newspaper of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a un...
Description: A group of children of migrant worker families playing a ball game in a circle with an adult who has his back to the camera at a Waushara County Labor Camp...
Date: date unknown
Description: Andrew Dahl's children, Lars, Theodor, and Bertha.
Description: Marchers of Obreros Unidos (United Workers) leaving Wautoma and walking towards Madison along Highway 21 to petition lawmakers to hold farms and food indus...
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