UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library > Kaiser (Henry J.) Collection - Selections From the Pictorial Collection, 1941-1946 > About 25 people, their men folk shipyard workers, live in shacks and tents in this waterfront eucalyptus grove several miles from the yards. "We haul every drop of water a couple of miles...." "A baby got sick in that tent yonder. It died. Its father quit his shipyard job and went home." "What'll we do when wet weather comes? Cars can't drive in here then."

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About 25 people, their men folk shipyard workers, live in shacks and tents in this waterfront eucalyptus grove several miles from the yards. "We haul every drop of water a couple of miles...." "A baby got sick in that tent yonder. It died. Its father quit his shipyard job and went home." "What'll we do when wet weather comes? Cars can't drive in here then."
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The Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
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Kaiser (Henry J.) Collection - Selections From the Pictorial Collection, 1941-1946
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