The murals of Estrada Courts. Tribute to the farmworkers, 1974, 1311 Lorena Street. The United Farmworkers Union flag being raised over cultivated fields by modern day agricultural workers, a Spanish soldier from the era of the Conquest, and a pre-Columbian Native American. In acrylic on stucco, 32' x 24' by Alexandro C. Maya -- Dunitz, Street gallery, p. 302, #28 AS. "The murals were produced by a number of Chicano artists from Los Angeles, San Diego, and Northern California between 1972 and 1978, during the height of the Chicano civil rights and art movements" -- Estrada Courts at http://www.heritagepreservation.org/RPM/archive.html (viewed on Dec. 2, 2012).