Photograph of a view of shacks on Palomares Street, looking west from Nevin Avenue, November 18, 1932. The small houses are visible in the distance and center. There are five buildings visible, and they are closely spaced. A low picket fence encircles the houses. The shacks all have small chimneys protruding from the roof. An empty lot can be seen in the foreground at left, and several prickly pear plants are visible. Palomares can be seen in the foreground at left. It is a wide unpaved street. The picture file card identifies the buildings as "poor Negro Shacks".