OP 15362-228

(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of Maria Rosalda (or Maria Rosales) with crutches under both her arms at the entrance to her house in Jamul. Notes on the verso of the print state that she is over 80 years old and badly crippled. Possibly photographed in February 1934 rather than in 1933 (Notebook 35A).

Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-228 (subst)/ 86:15900-1084/ IN REF BOOK/ 1934/ MARIA ROSALDA, 80+ & BADLY/ CRIPPLED, AT HER HUT IN JAMUL
Image 2: OP 15362-228/ 86:15900-1084/ IN REF BOOK/ Jamul/ 1933/ MARIA ROSALDA, 80 &/ BADLY CRIPPLED, AT HER HUT
Image 3: OP 15362-228/ 86:15900-1084/ IN REF BOOK/ Jamul/ 1933/ MARIA ROSALDA, 80+ & BADLY/ CRIPPLED, AT HER HUT IN JAMUL

According to additional information provided by the community on 7/2011: The woman is possibly Maria Rosales, not Maria Rosalda. Jim Camacho later lived in this same house.