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Collection: Mujeres Latinas Digital Collection
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"'Catch-up' aids youth," 1960s
Clipping from unknown newspaper; part of a series about the Migrant Action Program in Mason City, Iowa.
"$80,716 for N. Iowa migrants," March 30, 1967
Newspaper clipping about Migrant Action Program grant.
"Early Mexican immigrants lived in box cars," September 12, 1994
Clipping from unknown newspaper part of a series on the history of Mexican immigrants in Iowa.
"Exploitation of children," February 27, 1967
Newspaper editorial about child labor law for migrant children.
"Iowa improves the lot of the migratory worker," August 18, 1968
Feature article in Des Moines Register Sunday magazine section.
"Migrant housing improves," 1960s
Clipping from unknown newspaper, part of a series about the Migrant Action Program in Mason City, Iowa.
"New Mexican recreational center," 1949
Newspaper clipping about opening of Latin-American Club's recreation center.
"Protecting migrant children," May 7, 1967
Newspaper clipping about child labor law for migrant children.
"The onion harvest," 1980s?
Feature article about onion harvester Ray Arguello, who grew up in Holy City, Bettendorf.
10th Annual LULAC Convention, Hotel Blackhawk, Davenport, Iowa, June 3, 1967