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"Tamales...elotes...champurrado...": the production of Latino vending landscapes
Working with la familia: a study of family work relations among Latina/o children and adolescents who work with their parents as street vendors in Los Angeles
Man vending medicinal animal parts, China, ca.1917-1923
Policy on the streets: A handbook for the establishment of sidewalk-vending programs
Productive frictions and urbanism in transition: planning lessons from traffic flows and urban street life in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
It’s a business: the influence of Christianity on the streets of Skid Row
Stage, cathedral, wagon, street: the grounds of belief in Shakespeare and Renaissance performance
Two flower vendors, Claremont, ca. 1946
Exterior view of Lodge 322 of Elks Hall,  San Luis Obispo, ca.1900
Santa Barbara esplanade and beach
Entrance to the Arnold Drug Store in Los Angeles, ca.1910-1940
One Way matchbook cover
El Clamor Publico, vol. II, no. 38, Marzo 21 de 1857
Three children buying candy from a vendor in China, ca.1900
Automation and administration:  Automatic merchandising in educational facilities
El Clamor Publico, vol. II, no. 39, Marzo 28 de 1857
Buddhist temple and Catholic Church, China, ca.1920-1940
People involved with the Chinese revolution, China, ca.1920-1940
Tom, the Hot Tamales Man, and his horse drawn refreshment wagon, USC, 1910
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Opening of the Los Angeles Aqueduct at Newhall spillway, November 5, 1913
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