Seated on the trailer bed, with bows on her shoes, is Carmen Martín. She was born on the Ewa Sugar Plantation in Hawaii; her family later settled in Monterey. From the age of 14 she worked on Cannery Row, where she met her husband; they had twin boys and a daughter. Carmen’s grand-daughter Nicole Henares writes: “She is the inspiration for my novel, ‘Six Cans A Minute,’ about Spanish immigration in the 20th century and the Andalusian community on Monterey’s Cannery Row. Courtesy of Nicole Henares of Monterey, California.