(“Migrant Worker’s Children” by Myron Wood, June 1960, Rocky Ford, Colo. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 002-1514.)

Three small boys and a girl sitting on an unmade bed in sparsely-furnished room with clothing hanging in foreground. Photo identified on back as “Migrant worker’s children near Rocky Ford, Colo.”

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One Response to PPLD Historic Photo of the Day, 8/31/10: Migrant Worker's Children

  1. Matt H says:

    This is the most interesting photo i’ve seen in a long time, right down to the hammer. Wood burning stove as cloths dryer. Thanks for sharing this.

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