This colored postcard depicts a agricultural area in the Philippines. This postcard is a "Color Card, Kodachrome Reproduction" by Mike Roberts Studios in Berkeley, California. The caption reads "Harvesting tobacco in the Cagayan Valley, Luzon."
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(Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections & Archives, Ellsworth Family photograph collection, P0142, Box 9, Folder 13, Image 7)
This is an excerpt from "Asia's Captive Colonies" which was a pamphlet that was widely available in World War II. This particular excerpt discusses the Philippines, which before World War II was a U.S. territory. "The Philippines in Transition" discusses how the United States was planning on giving the Philippines its own autonomous government, but Japan captured the Philippines before the U.S. could grant the Philippines its own autonomy.
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(Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections & Archives, Edwin L Peterson World War II Propaganda, MSS 274, Box 2, Fd. 4)