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These two boys are picking up dairy farm pointers at the farm labor training program.

Strawberry VFV platoon working under the direction of leader, standing left.

Portland Victory Farm Volunteer raspberry picking platoon at lunch at a farm near Troutdale, Oregon.

A group of Corvallis High School students, about 80 strong, gather at the high school entrance ready to be taken to Benton County beet fields.

Ed Castillo, 12, left, and Kent Bradshaw, 13 both of Salem, walking with strawberry carriers. Ed picked 18 carriers and Kent 16 in one six hour day, at 42 cents per carrier. L.W. Scoggin Farm, Grand Island district of Yamhill County.

Victory Farm Volunteers parade through Hillsboro, Oregon, streets as part of the VFV Field Day.

Victory Farm Volunteers were made up of youth 11 to 17 years of age and were one of the largest groups in the Emergency Farm Labor Service work force.

Victory Farm Volunteers registering in Lane County. Lovina Wilson, farm labor assistant, routes the first three youngsters to register during the Mobilization Day program at the Frances Willard school in Eugene, Oregon. The youngsters are, left to…

School buses were a primary mode of transporting youth workers. O.E. Mikesell, county extension agent for Linn County, recalled hauling youth by bus: "[4-H club agent John Hansen] and I drove the bus, and we'd pick up about forty or forty-five…