“Grinding corn in Tehuatpec” was photographed by C.B. Waite in 1902. In this photograph are 2 adolescent girls and a baby boy. One of the girls is grinding corn on a pedestal while the other is sitting and holding that baby boy, and both of the girls are looking at the camera. The girls are wearing simple clothing while the baby seems to be naked. On the pedestal is a bowl, and in the background there is a makeshift fence of small tree trunks. From this photograph it can be deduced that the family the girls are members of are poor because they have to help with chores. The family needs help, and the girls can both cook and watch the baby. The family also eats a lot of corn because they have a corn grinder that is well-used. Although it previously assumed that the girls are related, I do question if the girls are sisters, and that the baby is their brother. I also wonder where any adults are, like their parents.