Texas tenant farmer to migrant pea picker in California. “I never have wrote back home and told my folks we live in a tent. I’ve wrote that we’re well, and such as that, but I never have wrote that we live in a tent.” March 1937 Photo by Dorothea.
This migrant winter camp was on the outskirts of Sacramento, California. Eighty families, built their own shacks, and paid one dollar and twenty-five cents a month for ground rent which included water. It was one half-mile from American River camp.
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