The hands of Ruben Barrales show the juice and dirt from tobacco plants
- Type of resource
- still image
- Rosewood (N.C.)
- Date created
- August 4, 2011
- Digital origin
- born digital
- 1 photograph
Item belongs to a collection
Physical materials are predominantly photographic; primarily prints, with some slides, of David Bacon's work as a photojournalist. Also included are some exhibition materials such as labels, summaries, personal narratives, magazines, and brochures. These are mostly related to the projects "Every worker is an organizer" and "Transnational Working Communities." There are also materials related to Bacon's work with the Free South Africa Labor Committee.
- Digital collection
- 2959 digital items
- Physical collection
- 103 linear feet (99 containers), physical material 1 hard drive (2.7 terabytes (563061 files) of unprocessed born-digital material), digital material 42.79 gigabytes of unprocessed born-digital material)
- Finding aid
- Online Archive of California
- Bacon, David, 1948-
- The hands of Ruben Barrales, a farm worker from Xalapa, Veracruz, show the juice and dirt from tobacco plants and absorbs nicotine from it. The rancher discourages him from wearing gloves, saying that it would cause him to harm the plants.
- Work & Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford
- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
- Use and reproduction
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