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Wedding of Valinte Ines and Mary Louise Rodriguez
Vincent Ines and Isidora Ines Vaca
Date Created and/or Issued
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California State University, Channel Islands, John Spoor Broome Library
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California State University, Channel Islands
Filipinos in Ventura County Digital Image Collection
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California State University, Channel Islands
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The wedding of Valinte Ines and Mary Louise Rodriguez took place in Camarillo on January 31, 1949. Valinte and Mary were residents of Oxnard and met while working in the fields and orchards of Bard's Burlwood Investment ranches (BI) in Camarillo and Somis. Their wedding caused a stir in the local paper and described Valinte as the first Malayan man to marry a white women in the county.
Valinte Ines
Mary Louise Rodriguez
Filipino Americans
Interracial Marriage
Ventura County (Calif.)
Camarillo (Calif.)

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