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Description: Sinclair station located on STH 21, 22 & 73 in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
Description: Northwestern Street intersection in Wautoma, with the old railroad depot in the background and a parking lot in the foreground.
Photographer David Giffey Captures Details of Migrant Worker Life
Description: 30 marchers of Obreros Unidos (United Workers) march from Wautoma to Madison on Highway 21 to petition lawmakers to hold farms and food industry corporatio...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Wedding party posed in front of the Edward Lindner home.
Date: date unknown
Description: Side view of a truck and flatbed trailer transporting beehives at Henry's Honey Farm. The truck is parked on a road among an open fields lined by trees. Th...
Description: Two men bundle a Norway Pine with twine using a home-made twine baler in a clearing. Two dogs stand between the men and a pile of bundled trees.
Description: On the right, Jesus Salas, leader of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), Wisconsin's migrant farm worker union. On the left, John Schmitt, president of the AF...
Description: Close-up portrait of a migrant farm worker listening to speeches at an Oberos Unidos (United Workers) pre-march rally at Waushara Courthouse. The march was...
Description: Wautoma Police Chief, Max Blader, in uniform, smiles while he eats grapes during a grape boycott picket.
Date: 1908-11-20 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard of dramatic night fire, with ruins and figures in silhouette. Written on the photograph is "One A.M." and "Loss $50,000."
Description: Two men are riding on a cucumber harvesting machine called the "Pickle Harvester" as labeled on the center between two lights. The man on the right, wearin...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Grace Lindner, Bertha and Arthur Christiansen.
Description: Jesus Salas, in a white shirt and standing in front of the microphone with his arm raised, addresses a rally at the top of the steps in front of Waushara C...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Exterior of the Orlando Mathews home with family on front porch. Mathews was a Civil War veteran, later serving as county treasurer of Adams County.
Description: A job advertisement published in the "Waushara Argus" seeking men and women over the age of 16 to work at the Chicago Pickle Company.
This photograph is...
Description: Bridge over the Pine River.
Description: An Obreros Unidos (United Workers) member holding a sign, possibly like those in the background, that says "Juntarnos Para Ser Reconocidos/Hablar Para Ser...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Andrew Dahl on a horse-drawn sleigh.
Description: Jesus Salas, center, is the leader of Obreros Unidos (United Workers), a Chicano migrant workers' rights group started in the 1960s for the improvement of...
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