A photograph of a group of people (men, women, and children) at a picnic in a field. These events were referred to by Juanita Sulay Wilson's uncles as "picnees” and likely on the Sundays when everyone had the day off. They appear to be eating some kind of bread and drinking beers and coke. The man on the left in the white shirt is Mamerto "Max" Sulay.
Juanita Sulay Wilson
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4 x 2.75 inches
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unknown, “Sunday Picnics,” Watsonville is in the Heart: A Community Archive and Research Initiative, accessed December 4, 2023, https://wiith.ucsc.edu/items/show/265.