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Baby Carrot: 1937

Baby Carrot: 1937

March 1937. "Children of migratory carrot pullers, Mexicans. Imperial Valley, California." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange. View full size.

 

This is a case for you know who

Calling Joe Manning!

I would love to see Joe work his journalistic magic and find out who this charming face belongs to.

Winsome

I'm certain you'll find this girl's picture next to that dictionary entry.

Happy children

I, too, was around this age when I was introduced to work by my parents. In the spring we picked strawberries in lower Louisiana with our parents. We were given chores to do within our abilities to help around the house. Housecleaning and ironing come to mind. Eventually we developed a sense of accomplishment in these small acts that carry on today. And, yes, we were happier because of our contribution to our family.

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