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Group of Filipinos in Front of The Enterprise Owned by Domingo Dela Rosa Sr
Lisa and Domingo Dela Rosa Jr
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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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In this tattered and torn image, children hold songbooks in front of 127 Enterprise Street in Oxnard. Domingo Dela Rosa Sr. owned The Enterprise, a complex that included the storefront at 127 Enterprise, the big house behind it, and apartment units in the back. A total of 24 residential units were rented out to Filipinos, who worked as laborers, barbers, and chauffeurs. Units were also rented out to non-Filipinos, and that is how Domingo Dela Rosa met his wife, Mary.
Domingo Dela Rosa
Filipino Americans
Ventura County (Calif.)
Oxnard (Calif.)

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