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Farm workers picking peaches at the Iqbal Singh Johl's Farm in Yuba, California.
The early immigrants to the US were mostly farm and agricultural workers.

Work begins at the break of dawn.
Most of the farm work is manual or in some cases semi-mechanised.

The farm hands take a break.
Work at the farm is hard, but the its work and it has to be done.

The main crop at the Johl farm is peaches.
The canaries in the Yuba City are the main customers for these products.

Mr and Mrs Ohri at their home in Yuba, California
Mr Ohri was one the first Hindu immigrants to the US.

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All photographs by Pablo Bartholomew.
For photo rights, please contact the agency, Gamma Liaison.

Asian Art Museum of San Francisco,
Golden Gate Park, California.


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