1940s portraits record the strength and pride of Puerto Rico

1940s portraits record the strength and pride of Puerto Rico

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In the late 1930s and early ‘40s, photographers from the Farm Security Administration visited the island to document the working conditions of plantation laborers cultivating sugarcane, tobacco, and other crops, as well as daily life both in the capital of San Juan and in remote mountain villages.

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