Company records include correspondence, receipt books, loose receipts, and work order books; one photograph portrait of an
unidentified woman. English, with some documents in Spanish.
The Rhoades Employment Agency operated at three locations (Denver, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles) from 1907 to about 1932.
It was co-owned primarily by two brothers, Joseph V. and Louis M. Rhoades, both of whom were based in Denver. Joseph Alfredo
Pacheco, whose name appeared on the Los Angeles letterhead, owned one-sixth share of the company and served as both Manager
and Interpreter at the Los Angeles Office at 606 N. Main Street. The agency specialized in the placement of Mexican laborers.
5 linear feet (Boxes: 1 legal; 11 letter)
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