Untitled, 1949

Untitled, 1949. Dimmit, TX. Photograph by Russell Lee.

According to the Center of American History at UT-Austin, “This is a small, west Texas wheat town with practically no permanent Spanish-American population. The sign is meant for the migratory agricultural worker.”

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One Response to Untitled, 1949

  1. prof susurro says:

    nothing like being so afraid of difference you have to post hate against a seasonal population, whom you are exploiting for profit no less. ugh.

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