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Joe Talaugon's father's cousins are pictured here. Seen in photograph: Arcadio Talaugon, cousin from Ventura County. They were farmers who settled in the 1920s. Also seen in photograph: Lolong, Feding, and Andreas (cousins from the same barrio in…

The Legionarios Del Trabajo's Mother's Day celebration that was sponsored by California Lodge. Seen in photograph: Clara Cortez.

The first Filipino Infantry was a special unit that developed telecommunications systems. Seen in photograph: Baxter Alcoy.

This is a photograph of Margie Talaugon giving a speech at the Filipino mural in Lompoc, California. The California Central Coast Chapter of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) founded the mural in Lompoc. It is called the…

This photo was taken just as Frank Paduganan left for the military. He was an early Filipino Pioneer in Guadalupe, California, and a member of the 2nd Regiment Filipino Battalion.

Photograph of Margie Talaugon's father (Serapio Cabatuan) picking apricots in his yard.

Most people seen in the photograph are part of the Band of Legionarios Del Trabajo in America Inc. Seen in photograph: Mr. Arca (family friend and owned grocery store in Guadalupe), Rosario Abadajos (family friend), Helena Oliva, Serapio Cabatuan…

A large group photo commemorating the 1st anniversary of the Visayan Welfare League. The Visayan Welfare League was a mutual aid association to support families in times of need. In photograph: Gabe De Leon (former Mayor of Arroyo Grande), Mary…

This is a photograph of the entire Visayan Welfare League of America, Inc. Included in the photograph are Margie Talaugon's father Serapio Cabatuan, her mother Margaret Cabatuan, her sister (next to her mother) Felicia Cabatuan. Margie is the…

Left: Buenaventura, Bout (in his 30s) sitting. He was a farmworker who immigrated to Guadalupe in the 1920s. He died in 1975. Right: Group photograph of Battalion Co. B, 3rd Platoon that includes Bout Buenaventura.

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