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Mexico--History--Revolution, 1910-1920

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Elizabeth Chandler Hendrix Diary

Identifier: MSS-4279
Overview This collection contains an unsigned, handwritten diary with details matching the life of magazine writer Elizabeth Chandler Hendrix, of Texas, who associated with key players in the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920). The diary covers her activities in Texas, Mexico, and New York during 1914-1915, including work on her novel My Brother's Keeper (1915). There is also a typed transcript of the diary.
Dates: 1914-04-23 - 1915-03-29

German Residents in Mexico Photographic Album

 Collection — Box 2022-008: [1005697228]
Identifier: 2022-008
Scope and Contents This collection is a photo album of 26 card stock leaves containing 197 mounted gelatin silver photographs from approximately the 1910s depicting daily life of German residents in Mexico City, Mexico. Photographs are mostly uncaptioned, except for 2 captioned in the German language, and measure approximately 3¼” x 4½”. The images feature shops and markets, families partaking in various forms of recreation, and some national landmarks such as the National Palace and Basilica de Guadalupe. Three...
Dates: circa 1910s

Mexican Revolution Broadsides

Identifier: MSS-4326
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two broadsides printed in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution that honor Mexican independence and reiterate the need for land reform that acted as an impetus in the revolution.
Dates: 1911 - 1915

Timothy Healy Correspondence and Circular

Identifier: MSS-4306
Overview Two letters and one circular encouraging capital investment in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, approximately one year after the end of the Mexican Revolution.
Dates: 1921-04-15 - 1921-04-25