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Roque "Rook" Bayona (1904-1992) on a tractor at the Betita-Reyes farm. Rook migrated to the U.S. from Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo, Philippines, in 1929.

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Packing label for Reyes & Betita's farm in Arroyo Grande, California. The label reads, "Produce of U.S.A. Carabao Selected Vegetables. Grown and packed by Reyes & Betita, Arroyo Grande, California." The image depicts a farmer on a cart pulled by a…

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Label reads, "Selected Vegetables, Produce of U.S.A. Reydel. Packed by Reyes & De Leon Packing Co. Guadalupe, California." The image at the bottom right is of two fighting cocks. Salvador Reyes and Gabe De Leon were partners of this…

Label reads, "Pole Tomatoes. Reyes & Betita, P.O. Box 177, Arroyo Grande, California."

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Packing label for Reyes and de Leon Packing Company in Arroyo Grande, California. Label text: "Bolo Brand California Vegetables. Grown and packed by Reyes & De Leon Packing Co. Arroyo Grande, Calif. Produce of U.S.A." Text at bottom right: "Schmidt…

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Packing label for Reyes & Betita's farm in Arroyo Grande, California. The label reads, "Carabao Selected Vegetables. Grown and packed by Reyes & Betita, Arroyo Grande, California. Produce of U.S.A." The image depicts a farmer on a cart pulled by a…

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According to Salvador Reyes's daughter Genoveba, "My dad hired many of his friends and relatives to be his 'managers' and 'field bosses' – my ‘uncles’, Benny Betita, Felipe Betita (who also became my father’s partner at one time), Paulo…

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This painting was done by muralist Carlos Cuellar, a Santa Barbara artist who painted the mural in Lompoc on Filipino Americans. The artist saw a photograph of Rosalie Marquez's father, and was inspired to create this portrait. Santiago's likeness…

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In the flower fields of Lompoc (maybe sweet pea). Katie holding a bouquet.

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