Olga, I'm replying to the picture posted. I have the same picture. My Grandfather is the person on the far left with the squared jacket (penelton). His name is Francisco "Pancho" Higareda. My mom's name is Josefa Sanchez, daughter of Francisco Higareda Victor and Maria Avila, both of Sahuayo. My mom said her father had two brothers and two sisters and they are, Julia, Luis, Santiago and Josefina. Josefina still lives in Sahuayo and will sometimes visit Calexico and Riverside. Josefina's husband is Francisco Cervantes. Getting back to that picture. We have the same picture and the story behind it is that it was taken in New York, US. He was a Bracero. My Grandfather stated that he would come to New York with his Family. He named Clemente, and others. They had a riddle they'd say, "Gracias a dios que nos dio un pan que comer sin medecerlo, lo mereceriamos a la vez que no los dio, siscale como no." The last person would say, "maralo que chistoso, ba, que morca..." Or something like that. They would say this when they worked in the U.S. I attached the same picture I have.