(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of Maria Rosalda (or Maria Rosales) standing with the aid of crutches in front of her house of tin, wooden shingles, and cardboard. A dog walks through the yard. A dog house and cart or wagon are in the background. Possibly photographed in February 1934 rather than in 1933 (Notebook 35A).
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-229/ 86:15900-1085/ IN REF BOOK/ Jamul/ 1933/ MARIA ROSALDA’S HUT OF TIN,/ SHAKES & CARDBOARD, AT JAMUL
Image 2: OP 15362-229 (subst)/ 86:15900-1085/ IN REF BOOK
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. The tree next to the house is a pepper tree.