Labor

"The herbalist had a lot of orders from outside Portland. They were all in bottles, I used to carry them to the post office. In the meantime, I also worked in a restaurant, mostly weekends, helping out the busboys, or cleaning up the floor in the evening. Twelve to fifteen hours a day, at one dollar a day. Later on, I got two routes delivering the Morning Oregonian newspaper. I had to get up at three o'clock in the morning." Sam Liu, from his Reed College (class of 1936) oral history.

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