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Huasteca Petroleum Company barge on Tancochin River, 1922

Identifier: 2011.004.004803

Scope and Contents note

From the Series: Photograph album with 247 photographs depicting Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City; Tennessee River and other scenes in Alabama; buildings, railroad tracks, and flooding in Texas; Rio Grande in Texas; villages with huts in Mexico; Sierra Madre in Mexico; banana grove in Mexico; people in the cities of Tampico and Veracruz, Mexico; bullfight; coconut grove; El Aguila Camp near Tuxpan on the Tuxpan River; barges; vegetation and landscape views in Mexico; corn fields; Los Naranjos Camp; Walter Jones in Mexico; Las Lomas Camp; oil fires, fields, and rigs in Mexico; tankers on the Pánuco River; basalt, shale, and limestone in Mexico; and one Valentine heart.


  • 1922

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From the Series: 247 Gelatin Developing-out Paper Prints

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

General note

Caption: Huasteca barge carrying a load of well casing back to Tampico. On Tancochin River, V. C., Mexico, near sun-set.

Repository Details

Part of the The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections Repository

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa AL 35487-0266