JOHN VACHON, MEXICAN WOMAN IN MICHIGAN, 1941. 10 x 7 ¾- inch ferrotyped gelatin silver print, printed later by the Library of Congress, but still early (it does not fluoresce under a black light.) There is a credit stamp for “Pictures for Democracy” “A National Service of the Council Against Intolerance in America.” “John Vachon, FSA” is signed within the stamp. A strip label reads “Saginaw County, Michigan. Mexican woman living in the sugar beet area.” There are pictures on the walls behind her, a large box on the ground.