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Two water peddling wagons, possibly bringing water from Deming, New Mexico for domestic use into El Paso. Individuals who could afford it bought their drinking water from water peddlers. Water peddling wagons made daily rounds throughout the city.

Uploaded on 03.13.2018 by El Paso Museum of History

Collection: Aultman Collection

Accession no: A5235

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1900 - 1909), Agriculture

  • mexico
  • wagons
  • Water

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