Father of priest murdered in El Salvador. He and his wife then became refugees since they were no longer safe in El Salvador. This sort of situation was not uncommon many refugees had fled because they were marked people since other family members had been identified as "the enemy". Colomancagua Honduras, ca. 1985.
General view with very productive gardens in the background. The Salvadorans were excellent farmers as was confirmed when Meyer Brownstone worked with refugees in Nicaragua on land allocated by the Nicaraguan government. La Virtud, Honduras, ca. 1985.
Waiting for our arrival with gardens in the background. Gardens were very productive and had river water available for irrigation. La Virtud, Honduras, ca. 1985.
One of series of photographs of photographs taken of FMLN activities in El Salvador. Honduras, ca. 1985
This image illustrate the demography of the camps and in particular the prominence of children and young teens. As teens grew older some went back to El Salvador to join the FMLN and the civil war. Colomancagua, Honduras, ca. 1985.
Dutch nurse and patients. El Tesoro, Honduras, ca. 1985.
Family portrait. Suc portraits were rare since there was a significant absence of males, particularly young males who were fighting in El Salvador. Colomancagua, Honduras, ca. 1985.
Meyer Brownstone and one of the master potters. The gift remains in his possession. Colomancagua, Honduras, ca. 1985.
Cooking Pan (Bread). Mesa Grande, Honduras, ca. 1985.