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A photo of braceros arriving in Salinas, California, in a Pacific Greyhound Line bus, 1942.

After going through the processing center in Mexico, workers were transported by train or bus to processing centers in the United States, and then to bracero camps. The group pictured in this photograph is among the first group of Braceros hired in 1942 to help with the sugar beet harvest near Salinas, California.