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As Vincent Antonio explains, this packing label was required to mark the boxes of produce shipped to the consignment markets in San Francisco and Los Angeles. About 25 pounds of tomatos were put in each flat or wooden box. The family started farming…

Vincent Antonio's youngest son, William, played basketball in Philippines with the PBA (Philippine Basketball Association) beginning in 1998. He played for the San Miguel Beermen, the Pop Cola Panthers, the Coca-Cola/Powerade Tigers, and then the…

Inscribed on the back of the photograph: "Dad, Hilda, JoAnn. 1956." Vicente and Fermina Antonio had three children: Vincent Junior (eldest), JoAnn, and Hilda (youngest). This photograph was taken when Vicente and his daughters went to the Philippines…

This photograph of Vincent Antonio, Jr. was taken in Chicago, Illinois. Vincent's father, Vicente Antonio, worked as a farm laborer In Montana, but during the winters when there was no work in the fields, would go to Chicago where his brother,…

Photograph from the wedding of Vicente Antonio and Fermina Lucero, which took place in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Pictured from left to right: Sebatian Acowele, Vicente Antonio, Fermina Lucero Antonio, Bart Ibay. The two men were Vicente's sharecropping…

Avelino Lampitoc, seated on the left, came to the United States in the 1960s. He married the cousin of Vincent Antonio, Junior. Next to Avelino, from left to right, are Juanita Antonio (married to Eduardo Antonio, photographer, and Vicente and…

Pictured from left to right: Vincent and Fermina Antonio, Vedeal Meas (Fermina's uncle), and Benny Casing. Three Lucero sisters, who are Mexican American, married Filipino men. The oldest sister, Anita Lucero, married Benny Casing. Fermina Lucero…

Portrait of Vicente and Fermina Antonio.

Fermina "Minnie" Antonio is holding daughter JoAnn. Vincente Antonio and Vincent Antonio, Junior ("Tito"), are standing next to them at the family farm in Grover City (now Grover Beach), California. They grew "Kentucky Wonder" or KY beans. On the…

Pictured, bottom row, from left to right: Zacarias Antonio, a Filipino farmer, Ben Biyaka, Vicente Antonio. Top row, from left to right: Magdalena Lucero, two unidentified women, Fermina "Minnie" Lucero. Zacarias, Magdalena, Vicente, and Fermina…

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