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Scope/Content: When they first came to California in 1973, Victoria Rua and her husband left their two children in Mexico. Since then she has lived and worked here most of the time, while he has spent much of his time in Mexico. She is now here without him. She recently has lived with a relative's family and in different rented rooms in central Orange County. Her brother and her son also live in Southern Califonria with their families.
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