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Frank and Margaret Martinez moving out of the family home, East Los Angeles, California
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California Revealed from LA County Library
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Photo donor's son, Frank Martinez and daughter-in-law, Margaret Martinez who lived with Ernestina and her husband moving out of the house that Ernestina's grandfather built circa 1928. Ernestina is shown standing behind the car and to her left holding a box is her husband Daniel Martinez. Circa 1968. The house was next to Hammel Elementary School (right). Both the home and Hammel school property are where Esteban Torres High School was later built. This image was provided by Ernestina Martinez for inclusion in the Foto East LA collection.
Original measurements: 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. photocopy of a black-and-white photograph
California Preservation Service (CAPS)
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Families--California--East Los Angeles
Dwellings--California--East Los Angeles
Martinez, Frank
Martinez, Margaret
Martinez, Daniel
Martinez, Ernestina
Brooklyn Avenue (now known as Cesar E. Chavez Avenue) and Gifford Avenue (East Los Angeles, Calif.)
East Los Angeles (Calif.)
LA County Library
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