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

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

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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…

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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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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