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Picking strawberries, Springdale area, 1939. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton, photographer. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton Collection (S-86-15-5)

Native American strawberry pickers (probably Cherokee) in farm shelters, Springdale area, 1939. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton, photographer. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton Collection (S-86-15-7)

Migrant camp, Springdale area, 1939. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton, photographer. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton Collection
(S-86-15-13)

Labor camp, Springdale, August 1942. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton, photographer. Dr. J. Lawrence Charlton Collection
(S-86-15-21)

Aerial view of labor camp, southeast Springdale, 1944. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-348)

Cabins surrounding one of four toilet facilities, Springdale, about 1945. Ray Tripp Collection (S-2004-35-1)

Labor camp office, Springdale, mid 1940s. Denver Misenhimer, director (at desk). Springdale Chamber of Commerce Collection (S-77-9-262)

Strawberry pickers, Springdale area, June 1960. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-1132)

Omer Bynum family, Springdale, August 1957. Front, from left: Dale Bynum, Lonnie Bynum, Beverly Bynum, Helen Bynum, Nina Faye Bynum Walton, Rhonda Walton, Mickey Bynum (shirtless), Frances Lee Bynum, and Larry Bynum (open shirt). Against wall, from left: Homer Walton, Omer Bynum, and Sammy Bynum. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-953)

Helen Bynum, Springdale, August 1957. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2001-82-326)

Frances Lee Bynum in her cabin, Springdale, August 1957. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-955)

Teacher and children, Springdale, August 1957. From left: Sherry Bynum, Mickey Bynum, and Cassandra Stockburger. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-979)

Child sewing a piece of clothing, Springdale, August 1960. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-1885)

Dr. Joe Parker examining a young girl, Springdale, August 1961. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-1914)

The Teenage Club, Springdale, August 1957. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-978)

Naptime, Springdale, 1958. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-1901)

Naptime, Springdale, August 3, 1965. Charles Bickford, photographer. Springdale News Collection SN-8-3-1965)

Aid worker with children, Springdale, 1958. Howard Clark, photographer. Caroline Price Clark Collection (S-2002-72-1909)

Grape harvester demonstration, Welch Grape Juice Company, Springdale, September 1970. Ray Watson, photographer. Ray Watson Collection (S-85-325-4158)

Ground breaking for Phillips Plaza, a low-rent housing development built on labor camp property, Springdale, October 16, 1969. From left: Dr. Stanley Applegate, Mayor Park Phillips, Phil Phillips, Art Smith, Charles Sanders, Frank O'Donnel, Joe Bunn, unidentified, and unidentified. Jim Morris, photographer. Springdale News Collection(SN 10-1969 #24)

Houses under construction, Phillips Plaza, Springdale, March 2, 1970. Charles Bickford, photographer. Springdale News Collection (SN 3-1970 #9)

A Head Start classroom in the old labor camp community building, Springdale, August 2007. Shiloh Museum of Ozark History

Cabins moved to the Richard Hutton property, Springdale, May 2004. Shiloh Museum of Ozark History


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