Finding Aid to the Silvestre Terrazas Papers, [ca. 1883-1944]

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Finding Aid to the Silvestre Terrazas Papers, [ca. 1883-1944]

Collection number: BANC MSS M-B 18

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Silvestre Terrazas Papers,
Date (inclusive): [ca. 1883-1944]
Collection Number: BANC MSS M-B 18
Creator: Terrazas, Silvestre, 1873-1944
Extent: Number of containers: Part I: 120 boxes, and 4 oversize folders Part II: 10 boxes
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Abstract: Contains not only excellent files of his own newspapers, but a mass of letters and documents concerning his most active years, especially beginning with the 1910 election. Among his correspondents were such men as Miguel and Vito Alessio Robles, Venustiano Carranza, Felipe Angeles, Governor Fidel Avila of Chihuahua, the Banco Nacional de Mexico, Plutarco Elias Calles, Enrique C. Creel, Ignacio C. Enriquez, Adolfo de la Huerta, Ricardo Flores Magon, and literally hundreds of others, many of national stature.

Pt. I: correspondence; drafts and copies of newspaper articles, columns and editorials; accounts; clippings; pictures; and personalia. Mainly concerning his newspaper career as editor of El Correo de Chihuahua, Mexico, and La Patria, El Paso, Texas; his role in the Mexican revolutionary movement; and political positions held in Pancho Villa's government. Pt. II: papers of the Banco Minero de Chihuahua, 1882-1915. MICROFILM USE ONLY. MSS. VERY FRAGILE.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in Spanish

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research. However, the original manuscripts in Part II are fragile. Use microfilm only.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Silvestre Terrazas papers, BANC MSS M-B 18, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Abstact, Part I

The correspondence files, newspaper collection, and library of Silvestre Terrazas were purchased from the Terrazas family, through Miss Margarita Terrazas of El Paso, Texas, acting for her brothers and sisters. The newspaper collection and the library are not covered in the appended report, as they have been treated as special units within the newspaper and rare book collections of The Bancroft Library. Among the newspapers are fairly complete files of La Revista Católica, La Lira Chihuahuense, El Correo de Chihuahua, and La Patria, as well as files of many other newspapers in Mexico and Texas. The library contains books and pamphlets primarily related to Mexican politics and the history of Chihuahua.
The manuscript portion of the collection is of great interest for the period 1910-1915, particularly in regard to the effects of the revolutions on Chihuahua. There is correspondence from the outstanding politicians and revolutionaries — Francisco "Pancho" Villa, Francisco I. Madero, Porfirio Díaz, Venustiano Carranza, Emiliano Zapata, Enrique C. Creel, Ricardo Flores Magón, and many others. During the 1920s and 1930s, Terrazas corresponded with Mexico's political leaders, among whom were Adolfo de la Huerta, Avila Camacho, Alvaro Obregón, Lázaro Cárdenas, Plutarco Elías Calles, Pascual Ortiz Rubio, Abelardo L. Rodríguez, and Emilio Portes Gil.
There is a large amount of correspondence with Mexican journalists, most of whom were members of the Prensa Asociada de los Estados. As one of the founders and a frequent officer in this association, Terrazas corresponded regularly with newspaper editors and publishers throughout Mexico concerning the business of the association and the problems of journalists as well as the political situation in the country. Among the correspondents who are represented in this collection are Carlos R. Menéndez, Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.); Adrián Guerrero Díaz, El Observador (Pachuca, Hgo.); Felipe Xóchihua, El Guerrillero (Tlaxcala, Tlax.); Juan Malpica Silva, El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.); and Jesús Alvarez del Castillo, El Informador (Guadalajara, Jal.).
Terrazas also maintained files of correspondence with his advertisers and subscribers. This material forms a substantial portion of his correspondence during the 1920s and early 1930s. There are extensive files for some of the advertisers and advertising agencies, while the files for subscribers consist mainly of one or two letters from the individual, with handwritten notations by members of Terrazas' staff to indicate compliance with the request.

Abstract, Part II

The Banco Minero de Chihuahua was a prominent banking firm in Chihuahua during the period covered by this collection, 1882-1915. It was directed by Enrique Clay Creel, except for periods when he held public offices. He was Governor of Chihuahua at various times from 1903-1911 and Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores under Porfirio Díaz in 1911. During those periods his younger brother, Juan Andrew Creel, was Director of the Banco Minero.
These papers which are in The Bancroft Library and here associated with the Silvestre Terrazas Papers are primarily business records of the bank. There is correspondence between the Creel brothers; letters and letterpress copies of letters written to various firms and individuals by the Creels, Matías Celada, and Martín Falomir; letters received by the Creels and Banco Minero; letterpress copies of letters written by Federico Sisniega for the Banco Nacional de México; and legal documents and contracts for the sale of lands and mines in Chihuahua and Coahuila, in which the Banco Minero acted as agent.

Biography

Silvestre Terrazas was born in Chihuahua on December 31, 1873. During the 1870s and 1880s, Mexico was largely controlled by the military clique and the great landowners, and Don Silvestre, as a member of one of the most distinguished families in Chihuahua, was well educated both at home and in Mexico City. In 1896 he began his long newspaper career with the publication of La Revista Católica and La Lira Chihuahuense, both of which were sponsored by the Bishop of Chihuahua. Three years later he founded the short-lived El Correo de Chihuahua, and in 1902, reorganizing his assets, he combined all three papers into the successful El Correo de Chihuahua.
In 1907, opposing the candidacy of Enrique C. Creel for the Governorship of Chihuahua, Terrazas argued in his treatise "La Cuestion Palpitante — Mexico por Nacimiento" that Creel, whose father was an American, was not legally qualified to seek office. In that same year, Terrazas launched a campaign against injustice in the case of the "Robo al Banco Minero," protesting the methods of arrest and questioning of suspects by the Chief of Police of Chihuahua. Terrazas' editorial in El Correo, "¡¡Pedimos Garantías!!" resulted in a lawsuit, brought against him by the Chief of Police, and led to Terrazas' imprisonment.
With the election of 1910, in which the opponents were Francisco I. Madero and Porfirio Díaz, Terrazas began his long and stormy political career. His newspaper supported the liberal candidate, and as President of the Prensa Asociada de los Estados, an organization of Mexican journalists, he sought to free from prison many of his associates who had been jailed for revolutionary activities. On November 22, 1910, Terrazas was himself accused of plotting against the government and was sent to prison for the second time. On February 10, 1911, he was released.
Terrazas continued his publication of El Correo de Chihuahua, but in March 1913, threatened by imprisonment for his attacks against the regime of Victoriano Huerta, he crossed to El Paso, Texas, and from there supported the revolution led by Francisco "Pancho" Villa and Venustiano Carranza. After Villa had assumed power in Chihuahua with the defeat of Huerta's forces in December 1913, Terrazas returned to his home and was appointed Secretary of the Government of the State. In June 1914, he was also appointed General Administrator of Confiscated Property of Chihuahua, but with the defeat of Villa by Carranza in December 1915, Terrazas again went into exile, this time to Las Cruces, New Mexico. In the following year Terrazas moved to El Paso, where he began publication of La Patria on January 1, 1919, and where he remained until 1925.
As the political situation stabilized itself throughout Mexico in the early 1920s, Terrazas often crossed the border to participate in the annual "Congresos" of the Prensa Asociada de los Estados. In 1925 he returned to Chihuahua and re-opened the offices of El Correo de Chihuahua, and in the following year his articles on the "Cristero" movement led to his third imprisonment. During the 1930s, as Director of the Central de Noticias "Mexico," Terrazas dispatched news to journals throughout the country and wrote editorials and columns which were syndicated widely. On September 9, 1935, the presses of El Correo de Chihuahua were chained for the last time — the Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación claimed that Terrazas had failed to pay a debt — and Terrazas went into semi-retirement. At the time of his death in Chihuahua on June 1, 1944, he was President of the Sociedad de Estudios Históricos de Chihuahua and Treasurer of the Prensa Asociada de los Estados.

Part I

Key to Arrangement, Part I

Boxes 1-82

Letters to Terrazas, 1883-1944

Scope and Content Note

Incoming correspondence, arranged alphabetically by name of individual or organization. Single letters have been filed in miscellanies which precede the appropriate letter of the alphabet. Anonymous and unidentified letters are filed at the end.
The Partial List of Correspondents which appears in this report includes the most important individuals and organizations and most governmental offices for the federal government of Mexico and for the State and City of Chihuahua.
Boxes 83-109

Letters from Terrazas, 1893-1944

Scope and Content Note

Typed copies, drafts, and a few originals. Arranged chronologically. Include some letters written in Terrazas' absence by members of his staff for him. Include also drafts and copies of many of his newspaper articles, columns, and editorials.
Box 83

1893-1913

Box 84

1914-1918

Box 85

Jan.-Apr. 1919

Box 86

May 1919-May 1920

Box 87

June 1920-Aug. 1921

Box 88

Sept. 1921-Aug. 1922

Box 89

Sept. 1922-Mar. 1923

Box 90

Apr. 1923-Jan. 1924

Box 91

Feb. 1924-Feb. 1925

Box 92

Mar. 1925-June 1926

Box 93

July 1926-Aug. 1927

Box 94

Sept. 1927-Aug. 1928

Box 95

Sept. 1928-Aug. 1929

Box 96

Sept. 1929-Apr. 1930

Box 97

May-Dec. 1930

Box 98

Jan.-Mar. 1931

Box 99

Apr.-Aug. 15, 1931

Box 100

Aug. 16-Dec. 1931

Box 101

Jan.-Aug. 1932

Box 102

Sept. 1932-Feb. 1933

Box 103

Mar.-Aug. 1933

Box 104

Sept. 1933-May 1934

Box 105

June 1934-Oct. 1935

Box 106

Nov. 1935-Jan. 1937

Box 107

Mar. 1937-May 1939

Box 108

June 1939-1940

Box 109

1941-May 1944

Boxes 110-112

Terrazas' accounts, 1909-1915

Boxes 113-118

Newspaper clippings, 1899-1963

Scope and Content Note

Roughly arranged by year. Include clippings, 1962-1963, concerning the sale of the Terrazas Papers to The Bancroft Library.
Box 119

Historical documents, 1677-1789

 

1) 1659-1680. Fundación de la Misión de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe en 1659.

 

2) 1720-1730. Ynstructiva de Villa, mandada observar por la Real Audiencia de Guadalajara, al Ayuntamiento de Chihuahua.

 

3) 1789. [ Auto concerning lineage of Francisca Gertrudis de Yrigoyen]

Box 120

Pictures, calling cards, revolutionary bank notes, and personalia [Formally Carton 1]

Note

Photographs transfered to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library
Oversize A, Folder 1

Circulo de Amigos, El Paso, Texas

Oversize A, Folder 1

Rafael Esquer broadsides (6) 1912, 1913

Oversize A, Folder 2

Pictures, certificates, and diplomas

Oversize B, Folder 3

Manifesto de la Union Nacional de los Sin Trabajo 1933

Oversize B, Folder 3

Acción Revolucionaria Mexicana- Manifesto a la Nacion (2 broadsides) circa 1934

Oversize C, Folder 4

Acción Revolucionaria Mexicanista- 2 broadsides circa 1934

Partial List of Correspondence, Part I

A-B

 

A - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Acción (Los Angeles, Calif.).

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1925. Written by J. S. Healy.

 

Agencies Foreign Language Service, New York City.

 

Letter, Dec. 12, 1922. Written by Henry W. Hewitt.

 

Alamillo, J. Trinidad.

 

Proclamation, Dec. 26, 1912. Written as Governor of Colima.

 

Album Gráfico Social de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Aug. 31, 1921. Written by L. F. Pérez López.

 

Alianza Ministerial Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Letter, Jan.14, 1920. Written by Ignacio M. López.

 

American Federation of Labor, Washington, D.C.

 

Letter, Apr. 10, 1926. Written by William Green.

 

Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis, San Jose, Calif.

 

Letter, Nov. 5, 1938. Written by Cecil A. Poole.

 

Anderson, Lola.

 

Letter, Feb. 20, 1931. Written as Professor of Journalism, University of Missouri.

 

Arizona. Governor.

 

Letter, Aug. 25, 1920. Written for Thomas E. Campbell by his secretary, P. R. Milnes.

 

Ascensión, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Feb. 7, 1930. Written by Juan Montoya.

 

Asociación Cristiana de Jóvenes, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Nov. 24, 1926. Written by Tomás B. Rodríguez.

 

Asociación de Constituyentes 1916-1917, México, D.F.

 

Letter, Mar. 10, 1931. Co-signed by Juan de Dios Bojórquez and Cristóbal Limón.

 

Asociación Mexicana Automovilística, México, D.F.

 

Letter, Apr. 14, 1942. Written by José Rivera R.

See also Montes de Oca, Luis.

 

Association of National Advertisers, Inc., New York City.

 

Letter, Jan. 28, 1919. Written by K. E. Staples.

 

Automóvil Club de Los Estados Mexicanos, México, D.F.

 

Charter, Sept. 29, 1930. Co-signed by Plutarco Elías Calles, Pascual Ortiz Rubio, Silvestre Terrazas, and others.

 

Acción (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Pimentel, Lorenzo

 

Acción (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

 

4 letters, 1932-1933. Written by Gabriel Macías.

 

Acción Revolucinaria Mexicanista, México, D.F.

 

22 letters, 1927-1938. Written by José T. del Alva Jaime, Nicolás Rodríguez C., and Ignacio Santos.

 

Acción Social Revolucionaria Mexicana, León, Gto.

See Orozco Avila, Ramón

 

Acebo, L.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Acevedo, J. Guadalupe

 

26 letters, 1925-1941

See also Unión de Tipógrafos Mexicanos, El Paso, Tex.

 

Acosta, Enrique

 

9 letters, 1920-1923. Some written for The Citizen (Las Cruces, N.M.)

 

Acosta, Norberto

See Ojinaga, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Adelante (México, D.F.)

 

3 letters, 1912-1913. Written by J. D. Leyonnta.

 

Adelante (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Pimentel, Lorenzo

 

Agencia "Fenalte," C. Juárez, Chih.

See Fentanes, Eduardo

 

Agencia Hispano-Americana, El Paso, Tex.

See Serrano, Joaquín S.

 

Agredano, Ramón

See El Malcriado (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Aguascalientes (State). Gobernador

See Carpio, Manuel

 

Aguascalientes, Ags. Presidencia Municipal

 

2 letters, 1934. Written by Pedro Vital.

 

Aguilar Reyes, José

See La Opinión (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

Aguilar Sáenz, Manuel

See

Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

Orozco E., Fernando

 

Aguilera, José G.

See Baja California (State). Tesorería General

 

Aguilera, Manuel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Aguirre, F. & Co., San Antonio, Tex.

See Estrada, José Reyes

 

Aguirre, Lauro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Aguirre, Leonardo R.

See Aldama, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Aguirre, Manuel J.

See El Nacional (México, D.F.)

 

Aguirre, S. Y.

See El Chihuahuense (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Aguirre, Serapio

 

6 letters, 1914-1932. Some written for Comité Político Pro-Coahuila. México, D.F.

 

Aguirre, Vito

 

5 letters, 1926-1934. Written for Club Anti-reeleccionista "Francisco I. Madero," C. Juárez, Chih., and El Continental, (El Paso, Tex.).

See also Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

Aguirre, Y.

See "Central Chihuahuense," México, D.F.

 

Aguirre Beltrán, J.

See Los Sucesos (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Aguirre Dávila, M.

 

2 letters, 1919 & 1921. Written for El Correo del Norte (Chihuahua, Chih.) and Orientación (Hermosillo, Son.)

 

Aguirre y Fierro, Guillermo

 

17 letters, 1910-1920. Some written for Revista Mexicana (San Antonio, Tex.).

 

Ajusco Pictures Co., México, D.F.

See Rojas Vertiz, Salvador

 

Alarcón, Juan de la C.

 

6 letters, 1918-1932. Written for the Alcázar Theatre, International Amusements Co., and International Pictures Co., all of El Paso, Tex.

 

Alarcón, S.

See Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General. Sección de Confiscaciones

 

Alatorre, Francisco

See Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

Alavés, José B.

See La Nación (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Alba Alvarez, Salvador de

 

21 letters, 1921-1936. Written for Partido Liberal Zacatecano and El Reformador, both of Zacatecas, Zac., and the Congreso of the State of Zacatecas.

 

Alba Roja (Linares, N.L.)

See Gómez Camacho, Ramiro

 

Albiztegui, José A.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alborada (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

10 letters, 1933-1935. Written by Daniel M. García.

See also López Carrillo, Juan

 

Alcaraz Alatorre, José

See Chihuahua Investment Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Alcázar, Pedro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alcázar Theatre, El Paso, Tex.

See Alarcón, Juan de la C.

 

Alcocer, Ignacio

See Coahuila (State). Sección de Gobernación

 

Aldama, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

2 letters, 1927 & 1931. Co-signed by Leonardo R. Aguirre, Leandro Ortiz, Rodolfo Tejada, and D. Terrazas.

 

Alemán, G.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alessio Robles, Miguel

 

20 letters, 1920-1923. Written for Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo of Mexico and as Secretary to the President, Adolfo de la Huerta.

 

Alessio Robles, Vito

 

5 letters, 1921-1935. Some written for El Demócrata (México, D.F.).

 

Alianza de Empleados de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

3 letters, 1926-1927. Written by José María Balderrama, Daniel Fierro García, and Juan Pedrueza.

 

Alianza de Uniones y Sindicatos de Artes Gráficas, México, D.F.

See Gracidas, Carlos L.

 

Alianza Hispano-Americana, El Paso, Tex.

 

18 letters, 1918-1923. Written by Juan N. Armendaris, Manuel Bonilla, Angel Carrillo, Ismael Trejo, M. Villagran, A. E. Zambrano, and others.

 

Alianza Hispano-Americana, Tucson, Ariz.

See Montejano Luis G.

Serrano, Joaquín S.

 

Alianza Liberal Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

20 letters, 1919-1923. Written by Francisco González, R. González, G. Méndez Valerdi, and others.

 

Alianza Nacionalista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Chavira, Nicolás

 

Allard, F. A.

See Cía. Editorial Chihuahuense, S.C.L., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Alles, L. J.

See Rudolph Mosse, Inc., New York City

 

Almada, Francisco R.

 

12 letters, 1919-1942. Written as Governor of Chihuahua, for Secretaría de Gobernación of México, and as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

See also Sociedad Chihuahuense de Estudios Históricos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Almanza, Mateo

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Almazán, Juan Andreu

 

12 letters, 1929-1940. Some written for Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas of Mexico.

 

Almeida, Alberto B.

 

8 letters, 1926-1937. Some written for Presidencia Municipal of C. Juaréz, Chih.

 

Almeida, Esteban L.

See Cía. Industrial Mercantil, S.A., El Paso, Tex.

 

Almeida, Jesús Antonio

 

6 letters, 1923-1937. Some written as Governor and as Jefe de las Defensas Sociales of Chihuahua.

 

Almeida, Miguel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Almeyda y Beltrán, Jesús María

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alonso, José E. M.

 

17 letters, 1916-1921. Some written for Mercurio and La Patria (both of El Paso, Tex.)

 

Alva Jaime, José T. del

See Acción Revolucionaria Mexicanista, México, D.F.

 

Alvarez, F. A.

See El Nacional (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Alvarez, Gustavo M.

See Meoqui, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Alvarez, Jesús L.

 

22 letters, 1926-1928. Concern publication of his articles on the administration of justice.

 

Alvarez, Jorge

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alvarez, Lauro C.

See

Banco de Crédito Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

Rotary Club, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Alvarez, Luis R.

 

28 letters, 1909-1922. Written for La República (El Paso, Tex.) and El Combate and Labor Nueva (both of Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Alvarez, Ramón

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Alvarez del Castillo, Jesús

See Castillo, Jesús Alvarez del

 

Alveláis, Rómulo

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

American Association of Foreign Language Newspapers, Inc., New York City

 

17 letters, 1919-1924. Written by E. Heyman and H. Scherer.

 

The American Legion, Indianapolis, Ind. & Las Cruces, N.M.

 

3 letters, 1921-1923. Written by H. H. Hunter and Francisco F. Lucero.

 

Anahuac (México, D.F.)

See Martínez, Rafael

 

Anchondo, Juan E.

See Izquierdas (México, D.F.)

 

Angeles, Felipe

 

16 letters & pieces, 1915-1943. One written by Angeles in support of the Constitution of 1857. Others concerning death of Angeles, 1919, and moving his remains from Chihuahua to Pachuca, Hgo.

 

Anglo-European Bank, Ltd., London

 

2 letters, 1912 & 1913. Concern the establishment of the Banco Hipotecario in Chihuahua.

 

Antillón, Rita Matas, Vda. de

See Matas, Rita Antillón Vda. de

 

La Antorcha (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See

Garza, Victor J. de la

Uranga, Rodolfo

 

Aoki, A.

 

2 letters, 1927. Written as Minister of Japan in México.

 

Araujo, Antonio de P.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Arauz Lomelí, Francisco

See El Regional (C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

Arce, Julio G.

See Hispano-América (San Francisco, Calif.)

 

Arellanes, Agustín

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Arellano, Antonio

See Puebla de Zaragoza, Pue. Presidencia Municipal

 

Arellano, D.

See Unión de Mecánicos Mexicanos, Gómez Palacio, Dgo.

 

Arellano, Francisca

See Iconoclasta (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Arellano, P. M.

See Unión de Mecánicos Mexicana, Aguascalientes, Ags.

 

Arenas Guzmán, Diego

 

7 letters, 1930-1934. Written for El Hombre Libre, Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, and El Tribunal, all of México, D.F.

 

Argüelles, Camilo L.

 

13 letters, 1920-1922. Written for the Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih., and the El Paso Chamber of Commerce.

 

Argüelles, E. C.

See

Alianza Hispano Americana, El Paso, Tex.

Calderón Hermanos, Sucs., Inc., El Paso, Tex.

 

Armand, F. M.

See México. Departamento de la Estadística Nacional

 

Armendaris, Juan N.

See Alianza Hispano-Americana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Armendáriz, Ramón

See Ojinaga, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Armendáriz C., Melchor

See Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1927-1929

 

Armendáriz G., Juan

 

31 letters, 1929-1932. Written for El Continental and El Correo de Chihuahua (both of Chihuahua, Chih.) and the Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

See also Partido Liberal Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Armijo, Isidro

 

23 pieces, 1919-1924. Include several newspaper articles and two letters as Representative in the New Mexico Legislature.

 

Arreola, Juan

See Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General. Sección de Confiscaciones

 

Arriola, Cipriano

See

Chihuahua (State). Congreso

Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

Partido Revolucionario Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Arroyo C., Carlos

See México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Arroyo Ch., Agustín

 

9 pieces, 1926-1937. Include newspaper articles and letters written for Departamento Autónomo de Prensa y Publicidad and Secretaría de Gobernación of México.

 

El Arte (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

3 letters, 1923-1931. Written by Alfonso Mínguez.

 

La Aurora (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

7 letters, 1916-1920. Written by R. Carmona and P. A. Robledo.

 

Arvizu, Eustacio

See Matachic, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Asociación Unionista Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

See Ayala, Manuel

 

The Associated Press, El Paso, Tex.

See Walker, Norman

 

El Avance (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Muciño, Marcelino E.

 

El Aventino (México, D.F.)

See Reza, Filiberto G.

 

Avila, Fidel

 

52 letters, 1914-1920. Many written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

Avila Camacho, Manuel

 

2 telegrams, 1941. Written as President of Mexico. Signed by his secretary, J. Jesús González Gallo.

 

Avila G., Carlos

See H. del Parral, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Avila Gil, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ayala, F.

See Unión de Artes Gráficas, San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.

 

Ayala, Indalecio E.

See México. Secretaría de Agricultura y Fomento

 

Ayala, Manuel

 

33 pieces, 1906-1940. Include several newspaper articles and letters written for Asociación Unionista Mexicana, El Paso, Tex., and La Nueva Era (H. del Parral, Chih.).

 

Ayala M., Miguel

See El Día (C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

B - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Bachiniva, Chih. Agencia de Confiscaciones.

 

Letter, Dec. 18, 1914. Written by Pascual Estrada.

 

Baja California (State). Gobernador.

 

Letter, July 20, 1922.

See also

Cantú, E.

Ibarra, Epigmenio, Jr.

Salazar, L. M.

 

Baja California (State). Secretaría de Gobierno.

 

Letter, July 5, 1928. Written by Antonio Murúa Martínez.

 

Baja California (State). Tesorería General.

 

Letter, May 31, 1919. Written by José G. Aguilera.

 

La Baja California (La Paz, B.C.).

 

Letter, Oct. 16, 1909. Written by Julio Mitchell.

 

The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., New York City.

 

Letter, June 28, 1939. Written by Pedro A. Pérez.

 

Cía. Bancaria de Inversiones, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Nov. 24, 1925. Written by Ricardo Ordaz.

 

Banco de Nuevo León, Monterrey, N.L.

 

Letter, Aug. 6, 1912. Co-signed by Arturo Manrique and Amador Paz.

 

El Bateo (Durango, Dgo.)

 

Letter, Aug. 7, 1931. Written by Gilberto Rodríguez.

 

Batopilas, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Mar. 4, 1930. Written by José Portillo.

 

Bay, Alejo.

 

Letter, Oct. 2, 1925. Written as Governor of Sonora.

 

El Bloque Izquierdista del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Proclamation, Dec. 31, 1936. Written by Felipe García.

 

Los Bolchebiquis Mexicanos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Proclamation, [1941].

 

Baber, Philip

 

7 letters, 1911-1930. Some written for the Rotary Club, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Baca, Hermanos

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Baca, Juan N.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Baca, Miguel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Bachiniva, Chih. Juzgado Menor

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Baja California (State). Delegación de Gobierno

See Sánchez Escobar, Rafael

 

Balboa, Antonio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Balderas, Manuel

See Rodríguez, Abelardo L.

 

Balderrama, Agapito

See Villa Matamoros, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Balderrama, José María

See Alianza de Empleados de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Balderrama, Rafael V.

 

30 letters, 1921-1924. Written for El Diario (Chihuahua, Chih.) and Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of Mexico.

See also Partido Liberal Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Banco Comercial Refaccionario, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Muñoz A., Guillermo

 

Banco de Crédito Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

28 letters & pieces, 1927-1944. Written by Lauro C. Alvarez, Francisco Cordero, Benito Fernández, Federico Terrazas, and E. S. Vallina.

See also Vallina, Rafael F.

 

Banco de México, México, D.F.

See Comisión Monetaria, S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

Banco de Sonora, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 letters, 1914 & 1923. Written by León Escobar.

 

Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Moye, Federico

 

Banco Internacional, S.A., México, D.F.

See Montes de Oca, Luis

 

Banco Hipotecario, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Anglo-European Bank, Ltd., London

 

Banco Minero, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 pieces, 1913 & 1914. Include a letter written by S. Goyeneche and accounts of the bank.

See also

Creel, Enrique Clay

Creel, Juan Andrew

 

Banco Nacional de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

33 pieces, 1907-1940. Include accounts of the bank and letters written by N. Domínguez and E. Kafin.

See also Perches Enríquez, Juan

 

Banco Popular de Edificación y Ahorros, S.A., Monterrey, N.L.

See Barragán, Manuel.

 

Barba, Sixto

See Chihuahua (State). Junta Central de Conciliación y Arbitraje

 

Barbero, Ricardo

See Cosmos (México, D.F.)

 

Barragán, Manuel L.

 

5 letters, 1929-1936. Some written for Banco Popular de Edificación y Ahorros, S.A., Monterrey, N.L.

 

El Barretero (Santa Bárbara, Chih.)

See Rico, Silvestre

 

Barri, León, Jr.

 

5 letters, 1928-1944. Written as librarian, Biblioteca Pública of Chihuahua, Chih.

See also Sociedad Chihuahuense de Estudios Históricos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Barrios, Ignacio

See Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Barrios Alvarez, Martín H.

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Barros Sierra, Manuel

See México. Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

 

Bartholomew, Frank H.

See United Press Associations, New York City

 

Becerra, Manuel

See H. del Parral, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Beltrán, José

See Villa de Allende, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Benito Juárez (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Benton, J. E.

See The First National Bank, El Paso, Tex.

 

Bermúdez, Antonio J.

 

4 letters, 1941-1944. Some written for Presidencia Municipal of C. Juárez, Chih.

See also Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Bernal, Génaro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Betancourt, Sóstenes

See El Diario del Occidente (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Bianchi, Manuel Rubio

See El Centro (León, Gto.)

 

Bickel, Karl A.

See United Press Associations, New York City

 

Black, James S.

See The Times (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Blando, A.

See Rudolph Mosse, Inc., New York City

 

Bojórquez, Juan de Dios

See Asociación de Constituyentes 1916-1917, México, D.F., México, Departamento de la Estadística Nacional

 

Bolaños Cacho, Miguel

 

6 letters, 1909-1928. Some written as Governor of Oaxaca.

See also Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Bolles, A. Eugene

See La Revista del Mundo (New York City)

 

Bonilla, Manuel

 

23 letters, 1914-1938. Written for Liga Agrícola de Sinaloa, Nogales, Ariz. and El Mazatleco (Mazatlán, Sin.)

See also

Alianza Hispano-Americana, El Paso, Tex.

Comisión Nacional de Turismo, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Bonilla, María J.

See Prensa Unida de América, México, D.F.

 

Bonillas, I.

 

2 letters, 1919. Written as Mexican Ambassador to the United States.

 

Border News & Advertising Service, El Paso, Tex.

See Tovar & Bueno, W.

 

Boretz, Morris J.

See El Continental (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Borja, Francisco J.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Borrego, Felipe

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Bossero, L.

See Bossero Advertising Agency, México, D.F.

 

Bossero Advertising Agency, México, D.F.

 

47 letters & 1 folder of receipts & statements, 1922-1933. Written by L. Bossero and E. Martínez.

 

Bott, Fred W.

See Merganthaler Linotype Co., New Orleans, La.

 

Bracamonte, P. F.

See

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915.

Chihuahua, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Bravo, Alejandro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Bravos, (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Brient, S. J.

See Young Men's Christian Association, El Paso, Tex.

 

Bringas, Esperanza Velázquez

 

3 letters, 1923-1928. Written for Secretaría de Educación Pública of México and Sindicato de Redactores y Empleados de la Prensa del Distrito Federal, México, D.F.

 

El Brochazo (Guaymas, Son.)

 

10 letters, 1921-1924. Written by José E. Pérez.

 

Brown, A. B.

See Pan American News Service, New York City

 

Brown, James Wright

 

25 letters, 1923-1931. Written for Editor and Publisher and Press Congress of the World, both of New York City.

 

The Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

 

3 letters, 1926-1929. Written by William B. Craig, William Simpson, and G. A. Wiedemann.

 

Bustamante, Eduardo

See México. Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo

 

Bustamante, José A.

 

25 letters, 1909-1934. Written for El Fígaro (Querétaro, Quer.) and El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Bustillos, Leobardo

See Sindicato Nacional de Redactores de la Prensa, México, D.F.

 

Bustillos, Miguel

See Círculo de Amigos, El Paso, Tex.

 

Buxo, Ramón P.

See La Voz de Sinaloa (Mazatlán, Sin.)

C-D

 

C - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Calderón, M. F.

 

Letter, Oct. 5, 1925. Written as member of Congreso of Tamaulipas.

 

Cámara Agrícola de Yucatán, Mérida, Yuc.

 

Letter, Oct. 6, 1909.

 

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Jalapa, Ver.

 

Letter, Feb. 11, 1920. Written by José Pérez Oronoz.

 

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Tampico, Tamps.

 

Letter, Aug. 1, 1924.

See also Villasana, Vicente

 

Cámara Nacional de Ganadería, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Feb. 18, 1929. Written by Ignacio Chávez Franco and Juan F. Carrillo.

 

Caparrozo, Alcides.

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1928. Written as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

 

Cárdenas, Lázaro.

 

Letter, Nov. 19, 1935. Written as President of México. Signed by a secretary, Luis I. Rodríguez.

 

Carichic, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Feb. 11, 1930. Written by Francisco Vega.

 

Carpio, Manuel.

 

Letter, Dec. 21, 1928. Written as Governor of Aguascalientes.

 

Carrillo, Felipe.

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1922. Written as Governor of Yucatán

See also

Liga Central de Resistencia, Mérida, Yuc.

Menéndez, Carlos R.

 

Casas Grandes, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Feb. 8, 1930. Written by J. M. Núñez and J. T. Romero.

 

Cecilia, Tamps. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, June 22, 1926. Written by F. Jiménez R.

 

Cerro Prieto, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Aug. 1, 1930. Written by Eduardo Trevizo C.

 

Chacón V., José.

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1933. Written as member, Legislatura of Chihuahua.

 

Chanticleer (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Letter, Sept. 8, 1921. Written by S. Muñoz Alvarez.

 

Chihuahua (State). Congreso.

 

Letter, Nov. 18, 1928. Co-signed by Cipriano Arriola, V. Chacón Baca, and V. Ramos.

See also Ramos, Maurilio

 

Chihuahua (State). Procuraduría General de la Defensa del Trabajo.

 

Letter, Feb. 12, 1935. Written by Génaro Martínez H.

 

Chihuahua (State). Secretaría General de la Justicía.

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1923. Written by T. Chávez L.

 

El Chihuahuense (Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Letter, Sept. 4, 1909. Written by S. Y. Aguirre.

 

Chinipas, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Sept. 1, 1930. Written by Jesús F. Rey.

 

The Citizen (Las Cruces, N.M.).

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1923. Written by Will P. Lapoint.

See also

Acosta, Enrique

Griggs, George

 

Columbus, N.M., Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter, June 22, 1922. Written by H. G. Chernin.

 

El Comercio (Monterrey, N.L.).

 

Letter, Sept. 26, 1922. Written by J. López Híckmann.

 

El Correo de la Tarde (Mazatlán, Sin.).

 

Letter, June 26, 1931. Written by Roberto Tirado.

See also Frías, Heriberto

 

El Correo del Valle (Villa de Allende, Chih.).

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1915. Written by Mariano Villegas.

 

Cosmos (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Dec. 21, 1935. Written by Ricardo Barbero.

See also Sánchez, Manuel León

 

El Criterio Público (Sabinas, Coah.).

 

Letter, Oct. 4, 1909. Written by Vicente J. Moncada.

 

Caballero, Manuel

See La Sierra Madre (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Cabral, Juan G.

 

5 letters, 1914-1931. Some written for Secretaría de Gobernación of México.

 

Cabrera Camarena, E.

See Mercurio (México, D.F.)

 

Cadenas, Jaime Conrado

See Rojo Amanecer (Campeche, Camp.)

 

Caja de Ahorros de la República Mexicana, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See

Creel, Juan Andrew

Muñoz A., Guillermo

 

Caja Popular de Ahorros y Fomento, S.C., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Hernández, Francisco G.

 

Calderón, C. G.

See Confederación de Cámaras de Comercio de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, México, D.F.

 

Calderón, F. B.

See El Paso del Norte (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Calderón, R.

See International Amusement Co., El Paso, Tex.

 

Calderón, Rafael, Jr.

 

24 letters, 1913-1940. Written for Calderón y Salas Porras and David S. Russek & Co., of Chihuahua, Chih., and Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

Calderón Hermanos, Sucs., Inc., El Paso, Tex.

 

10 letters, 1903-1923. Written by E. C. Argüelles, Angel Calderón Urrutía, and Ismael Trejo.

 

Calderón Urrutía, Angel

See Calderón Hermanos, Sucs., Inc., El Paso, Tex.

 

Calderón y Salas Porras, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 letters, 1930 & 1931. Written by J. A. Reyes.

See also

Calderón, Rafael, Jr.

Salas Porras, Juan

 

Calles, Plutarco Elías

 

15 letters, 1914-1931. Written as President and Secretario de Gobernación de México. Some written for him by S. González and Fernando Torreblanca.

See also Automóvil Club de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, México, D.F.

 

Camacho, David

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Camacho, S.

See El Tucsonense (Tucson, Ariz.)

 

Camacho Escamilla, L.

See Prensa Unida de América, México, D.F.

 

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

44 letters, 1921-1931. Written by Luis Esther Estrada, Julio Ornelas, Manuel Rivero Mier, Juan Salas Porras, Ricardo Wisbrun, and others.

 

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

13 letters, 1920-1928. Written by Ignacio Barrios, Antonio J. Bermúdez, Carlos Cervantes G., Manuel E. González, and others.

See also

Argüelles, Camilo L.

García, Manuel D.

Irigoyen, Ulises

 

Camarena, Manuel D

See Comité Mexicano de Paz, El Paso, Tex.

 

Camargo (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

C. Camargo, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

See Chávez M., Manuel

 

Campbell, Thomas E.

See Arizona. Governor

 

Campos, José E.

See La Prensa (México, D.F.)

 

Campos Arizpe, Ancieto

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Cananea, Son. Presidencia Municipal

 

2 letters, 1921. Written by R. R. González.

 

Cannon, J. H.

See Miller Saw-Trimmer Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

Cantú, E.

 

3 letters, 1919-1920. Written as Governor of Baja California.

 

Cantú, Félix

See El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Cantú, Gustavo

See El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Cantú, Rogelio

See El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Cantú González, Luis

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

Cantú Leal, Jesús

 

49 letters, 1920-1936. Written for El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.) and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Carada, Serapio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Caraveo, José María

 

25 letters, 1929-1937.

 

Caraveo, Marcelo

 

5 letters, 1928-1936. One written as Governor of Chihuahua.

See also Partido Liberal Progresista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carbajal, Daniel

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Cárdenas, E.

See Pan American News Service, New York City

 

Cárdenas, Jorge M.

See

Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

Partido Liberal Progresista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Cárdenas, León

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Cárdenas, Miguel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Carlos, José

See Movimiento de Renovación Social, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carmona, Alejandro

See Sindicato de Panaderos "Vicente Guerrero," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carmona, Angel

See Sindicato de Panaderos "Vicente Guerrero," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carmona, R.

See La Aurora (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Carmona, R. S.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Caro, Brígido

 

24 letters, 1909-1919. Some written for El Comercio (Hermosillo, Son.).

 

Carranza, Venustiano

 

26 letters, 1913-1914. Written as Primer Jefe del Ejército Constitucionalista of México.

 

Carrasco, Sansón

See La Prensa (San Antonio, Tex.)

 

Carrillo, Adolfo G.

See

Partido Independiente Antirreeleccionista del Norte, Chihuahua, Chih.

Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carrillo, Angel

 

3 letters, 1921-1923.

See also Alianza Hispano-Americana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Carrillo, Felipe

See Liga Central de Resistencia, Mérida, Yuc.

 

Carrillo, Juan F.

See Cámara Nacional de Ganadería, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Carrillo B., Benjamín

See Liga Central de Resistencia, Mérida, Yuc.

 

Casas, Cruz

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Casas, Edmundo

See Partido Laborista Mexicano, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Castañeda García, T.

See Centro Chihuahuense, México, D.F.

 

Castellanos, L. G.

See El Correo del Bravo (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Castilleja, José

 

2 letters, 1923. Written as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

 

Castillo, Jesús Alvarez del

See El Informador (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Castillo Ledón, Luis

See México. Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía

 

Castillo Rendón, Ernesto

See Pluma y Martillo (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Castro, Rosendo G.

See Partido Revolucionario Mexicano, Culiacán, Sin.

 

Castro Fernández, A.

See Fernández, A. Castro

 

Caule, L. M.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ceniceros, Miguel

See El Piquín (Zacatecas, Zac.)

 

Hotel Central, El Paso, Tex.

See Molinar, Santos, Jr.

 

El Centro (Irapuato, Gto.)

See Ortega, Gregorio

 

El Centro (León, Gto.)

 

2 letters, 1933 & 1934. Written by Manuel Rubio Bianchi and Antonio Vargas McDonald.

 

El Centro (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

See Ortega, Juan J.

 

Centro Antirreeleccionista de Nuevo León, Monterrey, N.L.

See Villarreal, Antonio I.

 

"Centro Chihuahuense," México, D.F.

 

33 letters, 1920-1933. Written by Y. Aguirre, T. Castañeda García, M. Gómez Ch., Santos Molinar, Jr., R. Valles, and others.

See also Tovar, Francisco, Jr.

 

Cervante, Concepción

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Cervantes, Federico

 

40 letters, 1918-1923.

 

Cervantes, Luis G.

See Sociedad de Precursores de la Revolución, México, D.F.

 

Cervantes G., Carlos

See Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Cía. Cervecera de Chihuahua, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

6 letters, 1902-1931. Written by Elías Navarro and G. Salgado.

See also

Falomir, Martín

Reguera, Vicente F. de la

Vallina, Rafael F.

 

Cía. Cervecera de C. Juárez, S.A., C. Juárez, Chih.

See Irigoyen, Ulises

 

Cervecería Cuauhtemoc, S.A., Monterrey, N.L.

 

86 letters, 1913-1933. Written by Manuel Raynal and Francisco G. Sada.

 

Ceseceda, Juan

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Chacón Baca, V.

See Chihuahua (State). Congreso

 

Chao, Manuel

 

47 letters & 1 vol., 1914-1923. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua. Include a bound copy of official proclamations and writings of Chao.

 

Chandler, Harry

See The Times (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Chapin, C. F.

See The Vick Chemical Co., Greensboro, N.C.

 

Chavarría, Honorario

See Diario del Norte (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

Chávez, Alberto R.

See Partido Independiente de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Chávez, Alfredo

 

10 letters, 1938-1943. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

Chávez, Belisario

 

9 letters, 1912-1930. One written as member, Legislature of Chihuahua. Some written for Primitivo Enríquez.

 

Chávez, Guadalupe F. de

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Chávez, Jacobo G.

See Partido Morelense del Trabajo, Cuernavaca, Mor.

 

Chávez, Jesús José

See San Antonio de Tule, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chávez, Jesús T.

See Villa Escobedo, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chávez, José Carlos

See

Chihuahua, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

Chihuahua, Chih. Tesorería

Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

Sociedad Chihuahuense de Estudio Históricos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Chávez, Rafael

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Chávez, Rogelio

See H. del Parral, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chávez Caro, José

See Namiquipa, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chávez Franco, Ignacio

See

Cámara Nacional de Ganadería, Chihuahua, Chih.

Chihuahua, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

Partido Independiente, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Chávez Holguín, Francisco

See Talamantes, Gustavo L.

 

Chávez L., T.

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría General de Justicia

 

Chávez M., Manuel

 

23 letters, 1921-1934. Written for Presidencia Municipal of C. Camargo, Chih., and Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público and Congreso de la Unión, both of México.

 

Chavira, B.

 

11 letters, 1913-1923. Some written for Tesorería General of Chihuahua.

 

Chavira, Emigdio

See Ojinaga, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chavira, Mario H.

See México. Departamento de Salubridad Pública

 

Chavira, Nicolás

 

9 letters, 1921-1939. Written for Alianza Nacionalista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih., and Veteranos de la Revolución, Chihuahua, Chih. & México, D.F.

 

Chenoweth, H. E.

See The Mexican Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Inc., New York City. (In M miscellany)

 

Chernin, H. G.

See Columbus, N.M., Chamber of Commerce

 

Chiapas (State). Gobernador

See Villanueva, P.

 

Chico, Mariano

See Villa Félix U. Gómez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Rocha y Chabre, Manuel

 

Chihuahua, Chih. Biblioteca Pública

See Barri, León, Jr.

 

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915

 

36 pieces, 1911-1915. Written by P. F. Bracamonte, Francisco G. Hernández, Albino Mireles, Pedro Muñoz, Reynaldo Ornelas, R. Rembao, and others.

 

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1927-1929.

 

8 letters, 1927-1929. Written by Melchor Armendáriz C., José María Palafox, Leonardo Revilla, Jr., Ignacio Salas Porras, Emilio Zamora, and others.

 

Chihuahua, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

61 letters, 1913-1944. Written by P. F. Bracamonte, José Carlos Chavez, Ignacio Chávez Franco, Reynaldo Ornelas, Ignacio Salas Porras, Reynaldo Talavera, Manuel M. Támez, Arthur Wisbrun, and others.

See also

Hernández, Francisco G.

López Dávila, Manuel

Nieto, Carlos A.

Ramos, Maurilio

 

Chihuahua, Chih. Tesorería

 

6 letters, 1926-1930. Written by José Carlos Chávez, Mariano Medina, and Julio Ornelas.

 

Chihuahua (State). Consejo Superior de la Salubridad.

 

2 letters, 1927 & 1935. Written by José María Palafox and Raúl Torres Ondovilla.

 

Chihuahua (State). Dirección General de la Educación Primaria

See Vargas Piñera, L.

 

Chihuahua (State). Dirección General de Teléfonos

See Nieto, Carlos A.

 

Chihuahua (State). Feria Regional

 

6 letters, 1928-1935. Written by P. Hernández, Carlos A. Nieto, Julio Ornelas, and Guillermo Porras.

 

Chihuahua (State). Gobernador

See

Almada, Francisco R.

Almeida, Jesús Antonio

Avila, Fidel

Caraveo, Marcelo

Chao, Manuel

Chávez, Alfredo

Creel, Enrique Clay

Enríquez, Ignacio C.

Escobar, Rómulo

Estrada, Manuel Jesús

González, Abraham

Lomelí Jauregui, Ignacio

Mercado, Salvador R.

Orozco E., Fernando

Ortiz, Andrés

Quevedo, Rodrigo N.

Rábago, Antonio

Rodríguez, Abel S.

Talamantes, Gustavo L.

Valdés, Efrén

 

Chihuahua (State). Jefatura de las Defensas Sociales

See Almeida, Jesús Antonio

 

Chihuahua (State). Juez de Distrito

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Chihuahua (State). Junta Central de Conciliación y Arbitraje

 

7 letters, 1928-1937. Written by Sixto Barba, J. D. Prieto, and Manuel Romero.

 

Chihuahua (State). Junta Constitucional

See García, Matías C.

 

Chihuahua (State). Legislatura

See

Chacón V, José

Chávez, Belisario

Luján, S.

Servín, Francisco

 

Chihuahua (State). Periódico Oficial

See Gómez, Manuel A.

 

Chihuahua (State). Procuraduría General de Justicia

See Horcasitas, Antonio

 

Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

47 letters, 1913-1944. Written by Manuel Aguilar Sáenz, Rómulo Alvelais, Martín H. Barrios Alvarez, Luis Cantú González, Pascual García, José M. Ponce de León, Francisco G. Rodríguez, and others.

See also

Chocano, José Santos

Estrada, Luis Esther

Flores Magón, Ricardo

González, Aureliano S.

Horcasitas, Antonio

López Dávila, Manuel

Peña Borja, Alberto de la

Porras, Guillermo

Sánchez, Sergio

 

Chihuahua (State). Supremo Tribunal de Justicia

See

Rocha y Chabre, Manuel

Sánchez, Sergio

 

Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General

 

32 letters, 1903-1939. Written by José Lamelas, Alfonso Moreno, Sebastián Vargas, hijo, and others.

See also

Martínez, Angel

Medina, Francisco I.

Salas Porras, Juan

 

Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General. Jefatura de Hacienda

 

29 letters, 1914-1915. Written by Rafael Tejeda and P. Zaca G.

See also Chavira, B.

 

Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General. Sección de Confiscaciones

 

8 letters, 1914-1915. Written by S. Alarcón and Juan Arreola.

 

Chihuahua Investment Co., S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

15 letters, 1909-1934. Written by José Alcaraz Alatorre, Guillermo Dale, Thomas Dale, and Aurelio F. Ramos.

See also Soulé, Federico

 

El Chisme (Jalapa, Ver.)

 

4 letters, 1927-1928. Written by Vicente Lunagómez.

 

Chocano, José Santos

 

7 letters, 1914-1915. One written for Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

 

Chope, Chester

See Post (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Cintrón, L. J.

See Revista Universal (New York City)

 

Círculo de Amigos, El Paso, Tex.

 

10 letters, 1919-1922. Written by Miguel Bustillos, Gonzalo Reyes, Candelario Valdez, and others.

 

Círculo Mercantil Mutualista, S.C., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Hernández, Francisco G.

 

Ciriza, Manuel D.

See Young Men's Christian Association, Miami, Ariz.

 

Cirizo, Leopoldo A.

 

9 letters, 1923. Some written for Young Men's Christian Association, Miami, Ariz.

 

Cisneros, Alejandro

See El Eco del Distrito Norte (Mexicali, B.C.)

 

Cisneros, E.

See México, Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

Cisneros, L.

See Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

Cisneros Peña, Arturo

See La Palabra (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

El Clarín (El Paso, Tex.)

See Torres, Elías L.

 

Clemente, Marcelino

 

46 letters, 1925-1931.

 

Club Antirreeleccionista "Francisco I. Madero," C. Juárez, Chih.

See Aguirre, Vito

 

Club Ignacio M. Altamirano, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

3 letters, 1927. Written by Damaso A. Quintero, Andrés C. Rubalcava, and others.

 

"Club Independencia," Los Angeles, Calif.

See Franco, Luis G.

 

Coahuila (State). Sección de Gobernación

 

2 letters, 1913 & 1914. Written by Ignacio Alcocer and Joaquín Maass, Jr.

 

Coahuila (State). Secretaría General del Gobierno

See Guzmán, Raúl M.

 

El Coahuilense (Saltillo, Coah.)

See Reyes, Raúl

 

Cobean, W. R.

See National Paper & Type Co., New York City and México, D.F.

 

El Colibrí (Penjamillo, Mich.)

 

2 letters, 1909 & 1910. Written by Luis G. Rábago.

 

Colima (State). Gobernador

See

Alamillo, J. Trinidad

Hernández, Juan A.

 

Comadurán, Luis

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

El Combate (Guadalajara, Jal.)

See Alvarez, Luis R.

 

El Combate (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

6 letters, 1920-1923. Written by Antonia Ortiz.

 

El Comercio (Hermosillo, Son.)

See Caro, Brígido

 

Comisión Honorífica Mexicana, Williams, Ariz. & Gallup, N.M.

 

10 letters, 1921-1923. Written by José J. Jaime and José L. Payán.

 

Comisión Internacional de Límites entre México y los Estados Unidos, C. Juárez, Chih.

See Hernández Ojeda, José

 

Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

130 letters & 1 folder of accounts, 1927-1937. Written by Ricardo Cortés, León Escobar, Jesús J. Falomir, Luis G. Fernández, Lorenzo L. Hernández, R. Machorro, and others. Include also correspondence of Banco de México, México, D.F. See list in folder for related correspondence.

See also

González Garza, Federico

Mascareñas, Alberto

Montes de Oca, Luis

 

Comisión Nacional de Turismo, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

4 letters, 1941. Written by Manuel Bonilla, Agustín Lira, and Francisco Trejo.

 

Comité Mexicano de Paz, El Paso, Tex.

 

9 letters, 1919-1927. Written by Manuel D. Camarena and Génaro Ramonet.

See also

Farías Flores, Rodolfo

Torres, Elías L.

 

Comité Político Pro-Coahuila, México, D.F.

See Aguirre, Serapio

 

El Conchos (C. Camargo, Chih.)

See Gallegos Medina, Carlos

 

Confederación de Cámaras de Comercio de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, México, D.F.

 

4 letters, 1925-1936. Written by C. G. Calderón and Manuel E. Izaguirre.

 

Confederación Diocesana del Trabajo, Colima, Col.

See Larios, Alberto

 

Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

 

40 letters, 1933-1934. Written by Carlos García, Aurelio Manrique, Jr., Filomeno Mata, and others.

See also

Díaz Soto y Gama, Antonio

Nieto, Carlos A.

Villarreal, Antonio I.

 

Congreso Mundial de la Prensa, México, D.F.

See

Mascareñas, Alberto

Monroy Durán, Luis

 

Congreso Nacional de Periodistas, 1930.

 

16 pieces, 1930. Copies of actas of the Congreso.

 

Congreso Panamericano de Periodistas, 1926.

 

1 folder, 1926. Bulletins, brochures, and minutes of the meetings.

 

Conkwright, D. D.

See The Vick Chemical Co., Greensboro, N.C.

 

Cía. Constructora Paso del Norte, S.A., C. Juárez, Chih.

See Irigoyen, Ulises

 

El Continental (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Armendáriz G., Juan

 

El Continental (El Paso, Tex.)

 

4 letters, 1932-1933. Written by Morris J. Boretz, Antonio Corona, Jr., and Glenn F. Nichols.

See also Aguirre, Vito

 

Convención de Delegaciones Industriales de la República, México, D.F.

See Orozco Avila, Ramón

 

Cook, R. A.

See Oklahoma City, Okla., Chamber of Commerce

 

Cordero, Francisco

See Banco de Crédito Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Córdoba, Darío

 

5 letters, 1932-1933. Written for Estación Radio-Difusora Comercial Mexicana X-E-F-V, C. Juárez, Chih., and La Fortaleza, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Córdova, José

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Córdova, Luis

See Temósachic, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Córdova, Luz

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Corona, Antonio

 

22 letters, 1914-1938. Some written for Congreso de la Unión of México.

See also

C. Juárez, Chih. Junta Patriótica

C. Juárez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Corona, Antonio, Jr.

See El Continental (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Corona, Federico R.

See El Eco de Nayarit (Acaponeta, Nay.)

 

Corona, J. Trinidad

 

5 letters, 1929-1936. Written for El Correo de Chihuahua and El Regional (both of Chihuahua, Chih.)

See also Sindicato Industrial de Empleados de la Prensa y Obreros Tipógrafos de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Corral, Ramón

See

Flores Magón, Ricardo

México. Secretaría de Gobernación

Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Correa, Eduardo J.

 

13 letters, 1910-1939.

 

Correa, Rafael

See El Triunfo (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

109 letters, 1929-1935. Written by Manuel Aguilar Sáenz, Martín H. Barrios Alvarez, Victor J. de la Garza, Margarita Pineda Martínez; Amalia Rodríguez Chávez, and others.

See also

Armendáriz G., Juan

Corona, J. Trinidad

Lozano, Aurelio

Mares, Zeferino M.

Medina, Francisco I.

Terrazas, Ana

Perches Vda. de

Terrazas, Margarita

 

El Correo de la Semana (México, D.F.)

See Rojas, Luis Manuel

 

El Correo de Parral (H. del Parral, Chih.)

 

33 letters, 1924-1943. Written by José Guadalupe Rocha.

 

El Correo de Sotovento (Tlacotalpán, Ver.)

See Malpica Silva, Juan

 

El Correo del Bravo (El Paso, Tex.)

 

5 pieces, 1914-1920. Written by L. G. Castellanos and T. F. Serrano.

See also Portillo, Pedro E.

 

El Correo del Norte (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

6 letters, 1920-1922. Written by J. del Pozo.

See also

Aguirre Dávila, M.

Gómez, Manuel A.

 

El Correo del Sur (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Muciño, Marcelino E.

 

Correos y Transportes (México, D.F.)

See Lara, Javier

 

Cortés, Domingo G.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Cortés, Ricardo

See Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

Cosmopolitan Press Service, Chicago, Ill.

See Jeney, John

 

Cota, E. A.

See La Gaceta (San Diego, Calif.)

 

Covarrubias, Ricardo C.

 

13 letters, 1919-1923. Written for El Monitor (Calexico, Calif.) and as member, Congreso de la Unión of Mexico.

 

Craig, William B.

See The Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

 

Creel, Enrique Clay

 

9 letters, 1890-1911. Written as Governor of Chihuahua and for the Banco Minero, Chihuahua, Chih.

See also Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Creel, Juan Andrew

 

5 letters, 1907-1928. Written for Banco Minero and Cía. Industrial Mexicana, both of Chihuahua, Chih., and Caja de Ahorros de la República, México, D.F.

See also Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Cronos (Mazatlán, Sin.)

See Tirado Páez, Celso N.

 

Cruz, Cosme

See Orientación (Hermosillo, Son.)

 

Cruz Azul Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

20 letters, 1919-1928. Written by Nieves R. Rodríguez, Sóstenes F. Terrazas, and others.

 

Cubillas, Alberto

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Cuéllar Luna, Antonio

See Restauración (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Cueto, Daniel A.

See El Sur (Cuernavaca, Mor.)

 

Cuevas, Miguel A.

See Unión Nacional de Empleados y Personas sin Trabajo, México, D.F.

 

Cuilty, Federico

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Cusihuiriáchic de Abaselo, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

6 letters, 1907-1930. Written by Francisco Hinojos, Jesús J. Silveyra, Manuel Silveyra, and others.

 

Custer, Omer N.

See Lowden-for-President Campaign Committee, Chicago, Ill.

 

D - Miscellany (single letters)

 

El Defensor del Pueblo (Socorro, N.M.).

 

Letter, July 9, 1919. Written by A. C. Torres.

 

El Diario (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Mar. 24, 1913. Written by J. Manuel Villa.

 

Diario de los Debates (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Mar. 15, 1919. Written by Edmundo B. Díaz.

 

El Diario del Occidente (Guadalajara, Jal.).

 

Letter, Mar. 23, 1913. Written by Sóstenes Betancourt.

 

Dolores, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, [1925?]. Written by E. A. Rascón

 

D'Acosta, Julio

See Líneas Férreas de México, S.A. de C.V., México, D.F.

 

Dale, Guillermo

See Chihuahua Investment Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Dale, Thomas

See Chihuahua Investment Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

D'Armand, Jacques

See United Press Associations, México, D.F.

 

Davidson, T. O.

 

12 letters, 1921-1926. Written for Graphic and The Herald (both of New York City).

 

Dávila, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Deambrosis-Martins, Carlos

 

20 letters, 1928-1929.

 

El Debate (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

See Lomelí, A.

 

El Defensor del Pueblo (Lagos de Moreno, Jal.)

 

2 letters, 1909 & 1910. Written by Gabriel López Arce.

 

Delgadillo, J. C.

See Young Men's Christian Association, Miami, Ariz.

 

Delgado, Amador

See Unión de Tipógrafos "Gutenberg," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Delgado, Francisco C.

See Enríquez, Primitivo

 

Delgado, Ignacio, Jr.

See Partido Político "Voluntad Popular," C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Delgado, J. M.

See Hidalgo (State). Secretaría General de Gobierno

 

Delgado, José

See Estrada, Manuel Jesús

 

Delgado, Ramón

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Delhumeau, Eduardo

 

10 letters, 1922-1929. Written for El Día (México, D.F.) and the Procuraduría General of México.

 

Delhumeau, Enrique

See Líneas Férreas de México, S.A. de C.V., México, D.F.

 

El Demócrata (México, D.F.)

 

4 letters, 1920-1930. Written by G. Rousset and B. Valenzuela.

See also

Alessio Robles, Vito

Monroy Durán, Luis

 

El Demócrata Sinaloense (Mazatlán, Sin.)

 

7 letters, 1921-1930. Written by Ricardo Falle, Pedro L. Tirado Páez, and F. F. Valle.

 

Dena Muñoz, Marcos

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Denegri, Ramón P.

 

8 telegrams, 1921-1923. Written for Secretaría de Agricultura y Fomento of México and Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

Derecho Nuevo (México, D.F.)

See Inurreta, José Luis

 

El Día (El Paso, Tex.)

See

Villaseñor de Enríquez, Andrea Eloisa

Zambrano, A. E.

 

El Día (C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

2 letters, 1926 & 1931. Written by Miguel Ayala M. and Santiago R. Troncoso.

See also Infante, Luis Bálsamo.

 

El Día (México, D.F.)

See Delhumeau, Eduardo

 

El Diario (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

30 letters, 1921-1926. Written by Francisco García Carranza, José Murillo, Mariano C. Urdanivia, and others.

See also Balderrama, Rafael V.

 

Diario de Durango (Durango, Dgo.)

 

10 letters, 1921-1923. Written by Mauricio L. Sánchez and A. Sánchez C.

 

Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

119 letters, 1921-1936. Written by Carlos P, Escoffié, Rubén Menéndez, and Abel Menéndez Romero. Formerly Revista de Yucatán.

See also Menéndez, Carlos R.

 

El Diario del Centro (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

See Ortega, Juan J.

 

Diario del Hogar (México, D.F.)

 

2 letters, 1910. Written by Filomeno Mata.

 

Diario del Norte (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

8 letters, 1928-1931. Written by Honorario Chavarría, Froylan Mier Narro, and Pedro J. Vázquez.

See also Guzmán, Raúl M.

 

Díaz, Camerino

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Díaz, Edmundo B.

See Diario de los Debates (México, D.F.)

 

Díaz, Francisco

See Janos, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Díaz, Francisco [not same as above]

See El Observador (Guanajuato, Gto.)

 

Díaz, Porfirio

 

3 letters, 1911. Written as President of México.

 

Díaz Soto y Gama, Antonio

 

5 letters, 1932-1934. Some written for Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

 

El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

39 letters, 1909-1944. Written by José Hinojoso, Francisco Malpica Silva, Javier Malpica Silva, G. Márquez C., Felipe Pérez, and others.

See also

Fregoso Rojas, Luis

Gutiérrez Zamora, Manuel

Malpica Silva, Juan

Martínez, Rafael

Menéndez Reyes, Miguel Angel

Palomeque, Julia F. Vda. de

 

Dinkey, John D.

See Rochester, N.Y. Chamber of Commerce

 

Diógenes (Torreón, Coah.)

 

3 letters, 1910. Written by Delfino Ríos.

 

Dithurbide, J.

See Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A., México, D.F.

 

Domínguez, N.

See Banco Nacional de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Dominican Republice Minister to the U.S.

See Pastoriza, Andrés

 

Dona Ana Co., N.M. County Clerk

 

3 letters, 1918-1919. Written by J. F. Nevares and J. C. Rodríguez.

 

Dozal, Fortunato

 

10 letters, 1914-1932. Some written for Secretaría de Agricultura y Fomento of México.

 

El Dragón (Colima, Col.)

 

8 letters, 1920-1922. Written by Miguel Galindo.

 

Duarte, Ignacio S.

See El Independiente (Las Vegas, N.M.)

 

Duclós-Salinas, Adolfo

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Dunne, Peter M.

 

2 letters, 1940. Written for the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif.

 

Duplán, Oscar E.

 

5 letters, 1928-1932. Written for Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público and Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores of México.

 

Durán, Vicente E.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Durango (State). Dirección General de Rentas.

 

2 letters, 1921 & 1927. Written by Amador Terrazas.

 

Durango (State). Secretaría de Despacho

 

4 letters, 1921-1930. Written by Ramón Martínez and Fernando Mijares.

 

Dusart Quintana, Felipe

 

29 letters, 1925-1930.

See also Soldados Genuinos de la Revolución, México, D.F.

 

Dutney, W. E.

See Miller Saw-Trimmer Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.

E-G

 

E - Miscellany (single letters)

 

El Eco de la Sierra (Teziutlán, Pue.).

 

Letter, July 18, 1921. Written by A. Ortega.

 

El Eco del Distrito Norte (Mexicali, B.C.).

 

Letter, Feb. 22, 1923. Written by Alejandro Cisneros.

 

El Paso, Tex. Mayor.

 

Letter, Feb. 28, 1929. Written by R. E. Thomason.

 

Elías, Arturo M.

 

Letter, May 30, 1922. Written as Mexican Consul General in New Orleans, La.

 

Eliesco (Brooklyn, N.Y.).

 

Letter, Mar. 28, 1921. Written by R. Vargas Lopez-Méndez.

 

La Espiga de Oro (Puebla, Pue.).

 

Letter, Jan. 28, 1910. Written by Jesús García Gutiérrez.

 

Exposición Internacional en México, S.A., 1939-1940, México, D.F.

 

Circular, Feb. 8, 1938. Co-signed by Ricardo G. Hill and Pascual Ortiz Rubio.

See also Velasco, José Luis

 

El Eco de Nayarit (Acaponeta, Nay.)

 

3 letters, 1933-1934. Written by Federico R. Corona.

See also Hidalgo, Manuel Sánchez

 

El Eco de Ultratumba (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Hermosillo y Silva, Federico

 

El Eco del Bravo (Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.)

See

González, Francisco

Herrera, Martín M.

 

Ecos de la Costa (Colima, Col.)

 

20 letters, 1931-1934. Written by Andrés García and Mariano Velasco.

 

Editor and Publisher (New York City)

 

7 letters, 1927-1939. Written by Philip Leonard Green and C. B. Groomes.

See also Brown, James Wright

 

Cía. Editorial Chihuahuense, S.C.L., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

18 letters & 1 folder of legal documents, 1906-1921. Written by F. A. Allard, J. Joaquín Holguín, R. L. O'Neill, and J. Terrazas Valdez.

 

El Paso, Tex. Chamber of Commerce

 

23 letters, 1919-1940. Written by Rufe P. March, T. Orozco, Jr., A. Schwartz, and E. H. Simons.

See also

Argüelles, Camilo L.

Lockhart, A. M.

Terrazas, Margarita

 

El Paso Investment Co., El Paso, Tex.

See Soulé, Federico

 

Cía. Eléctrica y de Ferrocarriles de Chihuahua, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

23 pieces, 1911-1922. Written by Juan N. Faudoa and M. C. Uranga.

See also Falomir, Martín

 

El Elemento Sano (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

28 letters, 1921-1933. Written by Arturo García Pajujo.

 

Elías, Alfredo

See Rosales, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Elías Calles, Plutarco

See Calles, Plutarco Elías

 

Elisondo, E.

See El Universal (México, D.F.)

 

Elizondo, Jesús María

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Elizondo, Vicente

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

El Enano (Torreón, Coah.)

See Lazalde Castañeda, Jesús

 

Enríquez, Benjamín R.

 

10 letters, 1914-1940. One written for Obras de Irrigación del Conchos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Enríquez, E.

See Cía. del Ferrocarril Noroeste de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Enríquez, Emiliano

 

22 letters, 1902-1915.

 

Enríquez, Feliciano

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Enríquez, Ignacio C.

 

229 letters & telegrams, 1914-1940. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua. Some written for him by Francisco A. Martínez, José Meraz, and R. M. Reyna.

See also

Regimento Voluntarios del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

Silva, Darío W.

 

Enríquez, Primitivo

 

5 letters, 1912-1928. Written for Primitivo Enríquez y Cía. and Cía. Maderera y Agrícola, both of Chihuahua, Chih. Include some written by Francisco C. Delgado.

See also

Chávez, Belisario

Gómez, Zacarias

 

Primitivo Enríquez y Cía., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Enríquez, Primitivo

 

Enríquez, Rafael

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Enríquez de Rivera, E.

See El Hogar (México, D.F.)

 

Enríquez S., José A.

 

16 letters, 1920-1937.

 

Enríquez Villaseñor, Roberto de Jesús

See Villaseñor de Enríquez, Andrea Eloisa

 

La Epoca (San Antonio, Tex.)

 

8 letters, 1922. Written by Aureliano Ramos.

See also Quiroga, José

 

Erle, A.

See National Paper and Type Co., New York City and México, D.F.

 

Erskine, E. B.

See The Whitaker Paper Co., Denver, Colo.

 

Escobar, Agustín

See Liga Nacional de Defensa de la Libertad Religiosa, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Escobar, Amado

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Escobar, León

See

Banco de Sonora, Chihuahua, Chih.

Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

Escobar, Rómulo

 

19 letters, 1913-1941. Written as Governor of Chihuahua and for Escobar Hermanos y Cía., C. Juárez, Chih. One letter co-signed by Antonio Horcasitas as Secretarío de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

 

Escobar Hermanos y Cía., C. Juárez, Chih.

See

Escobar, Rómulo

Rico G., Manuel

 

Escoffié, Carlos P.

See Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Escudero, Félix

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Escudero, Leopoldo M.

See Escudero, Lardizabal y Cía., Madera y Dolores, Chih.

 

Escudero, Lardizabal y Cía., Madera y Dolores, Chih.

 

7 letters, 1925-1931. Written by Leopoldo M. Escudero and Agustín E. Lardizabal.

 

Escudero y Martínez, Sucs., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

73 letters & pieces & 1 folder of miscellaneous accounts, 1921-1930. Written by Angel Martínez, Emma Martínez, and M. G. Martínez.

 

Espartaco (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

See

Macías, Angel

Unión de Mecánicos Mexicana, Aguascalientes, Ags.

 

Esparza, Nestor, Jr.

See Galeana, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Esperón, Enrique

See Partido Político "Voluntad Popular," C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Esperón, Esteban E.

See México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Esperón, José

See El Monitor (Calexico, Calif.)

 

Espinosa, Conrado

See Fiestas de la Revolución, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Espinosa, Enrique S.

 

26 letters, 1914-1936. Written for Imprenta "Gutenberg" and Unión de Tipógrafos "Gutenberg," both of Chibuahua, Chih.

 

Espinosa, Gonzalo

See Excelsior (México, D.F.)

 

Esquer, Rafael

 

37 letters, 1912-1919.

 

Esquivel Obregón, L

See México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Estación Radio C Z F, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Hermosillo y Silva, Federico

 

Estación Radjo-Difusora Comercial Mexicana X-E-F-V, C. Juárez, Chih.

See Córdoba, Darío

 

Estavillo, Ramón

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Estrada, Génaro

See México. Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

 

Estrada, José Reyes

 

60 letters, 1910-1933. Written for F. Aguirre Co., Imprenta Cuauhtemoc, and San Luis Mercantile Co., all of San Antonio, Tex.; and Partido Democrático "Abraham González" and La Voz de Chihuahua, both of Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Estrada, Luis Esther

 

19 letters, 1921-1931. Written for Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua; Cía. Industrial Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih., and as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

See also

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Chihuahua, Chih.

Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

Estrada, Manuel Jesús

 

11 letters, 1926-1930. One written as Governor of Chihuahua. Include letters about Estrada from José Delgado, T. R. Orozco, and José Varela.

See also Rodríguez, Antonino P.

 

Estrada, Miguel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Estrada, Pascual

See Bachiniva, Chih. Agencia de Confiscaciones

 

Estrada, Primitivo

See Santa Isabel, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Estrada E., Rafael F.

See Partido Socialista de las Izquierdas, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Estrada Torres, J. G.

 

8 letters, 1920-1921. One written for La Prensa (Guadalajara, Jal.).

 

Eureka (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

4 letters, 1923. Written by Jesús M. Salazar.

 

Evolución (Irapuato, Gto.)

 

6 letters, 1933-1934. Written by Luis Farfán.

 

Evolución Social (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

2 letters, 1923. Written by A. Méndez Gil.

 

Excelsior (Guadalajara, Jal.)

See Fregoso Rojas, Luis

 

Excelsior (México, D.F.)

 

41 letters, 1922-1942. Written by Gonzalo Espinosa, Gonzalo Herrerías, Pablo Langarica, and others.

See also

Llano, Rodrigo de

Velasco, José Luis

 

Excelsior (Saltillo, Coah.)

See Guzmán, Raúl M.

 

Excelsior (Zamora, Mich.)

See Quiroz, Ygnacio

 

Export Advertising Agency, Chicago, Ill.

 

29 letters, 1921-1931. Written by R. C. Lebret, E. Sánchez, and others.

 

Express Wells Fargo y Cía., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Farías Flores, Rodolfo

 

F - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Fall, Albert B.

 

Letter, Jan. 19, 1921. Written as U.S. Senator.

 

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, New York City.

 

Circular, [1919?]. Co-signed by John F. Finley and Sidney L. Gulick.

 

El Fronterizo (C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

Letter, Feb. 2, 1944. Written by Alberto Monroy.

 

Fundición de Avalos, Chih. Junta Patriótica.

 

Circular, Jan. 1927. Co-signed by Rosalio López and J. Refugio Soto.

 

Fabela, Isidro

 

4 letters, 1931-1942. One as Governor of the State of México.

 

Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A., México, D.F.

 

166 letters & 2 folders of miscellaneous papers & accounts, 1901-1935. Written by J. Dithurbide, L. García Crespo, Olaf Löchen, José de la Macorra, Alfonso G. de Retana, J. Bernot Romano, and others.

 

Falle, Ricardo

See El Demócrata Sinaloense (Mazatlán, Sin.)

 

Falomir, Jesús J.

See Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

Falomir, Martín

 

4 letters, 1913-1931. Written for Cía. Cervecera de Chihuahua and Cía. Eléctrica y de Ferrocarriles de Chihuahua, both of Chihuahua, Chih.; and International Exchange and Commission Co., El Paso, Tex.

See also

Flores Magón, Ricardo

Knights of Columbus War Fund, El Paso, Tex.

 

Farfán, Luis

See Evolución (Irapuato, Gto.)

 

Farías Flores, Rodolfo

 

8 letters, 1919. Written for Comité Mexicano de Paz, El Paso, Tex., and Express Wells Fargo y Cía, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Faudoa, Juan N.

See Cía. Eléctrica y de Ferrocarriles de Chihuahua, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Fénix (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Pimentel, Lorenzo

 

Fentanes, Eduardo

 

22 letters, 1933-1934. Written for Agencia "Fenalte," C. Juárez, Chih. and El Mexicano del Norte (El Paso, Tex. & C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

Fernández, A. Castro

See El Monitor del Carmen (C. del Carmen, Camp.)

 

Fernández, Benito

See Banco de Crédito Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Fernández, Luis G.

See

Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

Cía. Industrial Mexicana, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Fernández, Manuel A.

See El Informador Comercial (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

Fernández Mendoza, Silvestre

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Fernández T., Francisco

See La Nación (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Ferrocarril Kansas City, México y Oriente, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

3 letters, 1907-1925. Written by Francisco J. Legarda.

See also Treviño, Juan F.

 

Cía. del Ferrocarril Noroeste de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

27 letters, 1910-1931. Written by E. Enríquez, Cástulo Olivas, and others.

 

Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

6 pieces, 1913-1915. Written by J. G. Rocha and José D. Rodríguez.

 

Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

101 letters & 1 folder of miscellaneous papers, 1910-1943. Written by Francisco Alatorre, Jorge M. Cárdenas, L. Cisneros, Ernesto Mercado, J. D. Noriega, E. Ocaranza Llano, and others.

See also

Calderón, Rafael, Jr.

Denegri, Ramón P.

Guzmán, Octavio J.

Patón, W. F.

Sánchez Mejorada, Javier

Treviño, Juan F.

Velasco, José Luis

 

Fey, M. M.

See U.S. Chamber of Commerce

 

Fierro García, Daniel

See Alianza de Empleados de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Fiestas de la Revolución, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

16 letters & telegrams, 1931-1933. Written by Conrado Espinosa and Nicolás Rodríguez C.

 

El Fígaro (Querétaro, Quer.)

See Bustamante, José A.

 

Finley, John H.

See Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, New York City

 

The First National Bank, El Paso, Tex.

 

27 letters, 1913-1924. Written by J. E. Benton, W. L. Tooley, C. A. Wise, and others.

 

Flores, Eduardo Modesto

See Santa Bárbara, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Flores, Marcos M.

 

9 letters, 1921-1941. Some written for Partido Democrático Chihuahuense, C. Juárez, Chih. and Partido Político "Obreros Benito Juárez," Pearson, Chih.

 

Flores, Modesto

See C. Juárez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Flores Botello, Manuel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Flores Esponda, Luis

See México. Secretaría de Educación Pública

 

Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

465 letters & pieces in 3 boxes, 1899-1910. Correspondence between Flores Magón and other Revoltosos concerning their organization and plans, and correspondence of Enrique C. Creel, Governor of Chihuahua, with local officials in the State of Chihuahua concerning apprehension of the revolutionaries. A partial list of the correspondents is included in each box.

 

Flores Paz, J.

See El Luchador (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

La Fortaleza, C. Juárez, Chih.

See Córdoba, Darío

 

Fraire, Jesús

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Franco, Jesús

 

7 letters, 1920-1934. Written as Mexican Consul General in Laredo, Tex.; La Opinión (Los Angeles, Calif.); La Prensa (San Antonio, Tex.); and Woodmen of the World, El Paso, Tex.

 

Franco, Luis G.

 

5 letters, 1919-1937. Written for Departamento de Salubridad Pública of Mexico and "Club Independencia," Los Angeles, Calif., and Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo.

 

Freed, Samuel

See United Press Associations, New York City

 

Fregoso Rojas, Luis

 

5 letters, 1921-1935. Written for Excelsior and Las Noticias (both of Guadalajara, Jal.) and El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.).

 

Frenizo, Ramón

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Frías, Heriberto

 

7 letters, 1909-1926. Some written for El Correo de la Tarde (Mazatlán, Sin.).

 

El Fronterizo (Tucson, Ariz.)

See Hidalgo, Manuel Sánchez

 

Fuente, Alberto García de la

See El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Fuentes, Manuel

See El Heraldo de Chiapas (Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis.)

 

Fuentes, S.

See El Padre Padilla (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Fuentes Fragoso, Francisco

See La Prensa Libre (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

Fuentes G., José

See El Mexicano del Norte (El Paso, Tex. & C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

Fuentes Saucedo, Luis

 

11 letters, 1931-1941. Written for El Mundo and La Voz de Chihuahua (both of Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Fundición de Sabinal, Sabinal, Chih.

See Támez, Domingo H.

 

G - Miscellany (single letters)

 

La Gaceta (San Diego, Calif.)

 

Letter, July 23, 1934. Written by E. A. Cota.

 

Galeana, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, July 23, 1930. Written by Nestor Esparza, Jr.

 

García, Andrés G.

 

Letter, Mar. 16, 1915. Written as Mexican Consul in El Paso, Tex.

 

Globe-Democrat (St. Louis, Mo.).

 

Letter, Aug. 1, 1931. Written by E. Lansing Ray.

 

El Globo (Guadalajara, Jal.).

 

Letter, Dec. 11, 1909. Written by José I. Solórzano.

 

El Globo (Veracruz, Ver.).

 

Letter, Apr. 24, 1933. Written by Alfred Granguillome.

 

La Gaceta de México (México, D.F.)

See Inurreta, José Luis

 

Gaitán, P.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Galán Long, E.

See El Provinciano (Múzquiz, Coah.)

 

Galaviz, Librado

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Galindo, J. G.

See Santa Eulalia, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Galindo, Miguel

See El Dragón (Colima, Col.)

 

Gall, Jesús

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Gallardo, Gerónimo

See Junta Patriótica Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Gallegos Medina, Carlos

 

20 letters, 1910-1934. Written for El Conchos (C. Camargo, Chih.) and International Theatre, Ysleta, Tex.

 

Gallegos Medina, Domingo

See Cía. Nacional Fronteriza, C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Gallegos Medina, Maurilio

 

15 letters, 1910-1935. Some written for La Turbina (C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

Gálvez, Cruz

See Regimiento Voluntarios del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Gama, Enrique L.

See La Opinión (Culiacán, Sin.)

 

Gamiochipi, Fernando

See El Paso del Norte (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Garay Briggs, Eduardo

 

10 letters, 1930-1933. Written for La Voz de Durango (Durango, Dgo.) and La Voz de los Estados (México, D.F.).

 

García, Andrés

See Ecos de la Costa (Colima, Col.)

 

García, Carlos

See Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

 

García, Dan E.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

García, Daniel M.

See Alborada (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

García, Felipe

See El Bloque Izquierdista del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

García, Francisco Pascual

 

19 letters, 1909-1927.

 

García, Manuel D.

 

44 letters, 1912-1936. Written for Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.; El Mexicano del Norte (El Paso, Tex. & C. Juárez, Chih.); and La Patria (El Paso, Tex.).

 

García, Mariano S.

See El Gladiador (Irapuato, Gto.)

 

García, Matías C.

 

26 letters, 1913-1921. Some written for Junta Constitucional of Chihuahua.

 

García, Pascual

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

García, Socorro

 

10 letters, 1925-1928.

 

García Carranza, Francisco

See El Diario (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

García Crespo, L.

See Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A., México, D.F.

 

García de la Fuente, Alberto

See Fuente, Alberto García de la

 

García Dozal, Isabel

See Temósachic, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

García Escamilla, Francisco

See Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

García Gutiérrez, Jesús

See La Espiga de Oro (Puebla, Pue.)

 

García Jurado, Manuel

 

4 letters, 1909-1910. Some written for El Progreso (San Juan Bautista, Tab.).

 

García Naranjo, Nemesio

 

21 letters, 1917-1930. Some written for Revista Mexicana and El Trabajo (both of San Antonio, Tex.).

 

García Pajujo, Arturo

See El Elemento Sano (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

García Parra, José

See Iris (Tehuacán, Pue.)

 

García y Alva, Federico

See México (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Garza, Alberto G.

See Partido Revolucionario Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Garza, Gerónimo F.

See Villa Félix U. Gómez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Garza, Gregorio de la

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Garza, Luis E. de la

See El Sol (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Garza, M.

See Partido Independiente "Vicente Guerrero," C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Garza, Victor J. de la

 

86 pieces, 1925-1940. Some written for La Antorcha and El Regional (both of Chihuahua, Chih.).

See also El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Garza Galindo, Ag[ustí]n

See México Secretaría de Justicia

 

Garza Ramos, M.

See Partido Independiente "Vicente Guerrero," C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Gaxiola, F. Javier, Jr.

See Rodríguez, Abelardo L.

 

Gibson, Charles C.

See The Herald (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Gil R., Jesús

See Partido Revolucionario Mexicano, Culiacán, Sin.

 

El Gladiador (Irapuato, Gto.)

 

4 letters, 1921-1922. Written by Mariano S. García.

 

Glass, George W.

See Prensa Unida de México, México, D.F.

 

El Globo (México, D.F.)

See Palavicini, Félix F.

 

Gómez, Faustino

See

Partido Liberal Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

Partido Liberal Progresista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Gómez, Federico

See El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Gómez, Jesús María

See H. del Parral, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Gómez, L. D.

See El Informador (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Gómez, Manuel A.

 

6 letters, 1919-1925. Written for the Periódico Oficial of Chihuahua and El Correo del Norte (Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Gómez, Zacarias

 

6 letters, 1912-1914. Some written for Primitivo Enríquez.

 

Gómez Camacho, Ramiro

 

2 letters, 1926 & 1939. Written for Alba Roja (Linares, N.L.) and Proveedor de Oficinas, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See also Sociedad Chihuahuense de Estudios Históricos, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Gómez Ch., M.

See Centro Chihuahuense, México, D.F.

 

Gómez Sariol, Juan

See Tampico, Tamps. Presidencia Municipal

 

Gómez Ugarte, José

See El Universal (México, D.F.)

 

González, Abraham

 

8 pieces, 1911-1913. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

González, Aureliano S.

 

4 letters, 1909-1913. One written for Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

 

González, Dionisio

See El Tiempo (México, D.F.)

 

González, Florentino M.

See El Paladín (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

González, Francisco

 

30 letters, 1920-1933. Some written for El Eco del Bravo (Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.).

 

González, Francisco [not same as above]

See Alianza Liberal Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

González, Ignacio

See México Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

González, Israel C.

See El Pueblo (Hermosillo, Son.)

 

González, Manuel E.

See Cámara Nacional de Comercio, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

González, Pipino

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

González, R.

See Alianza Liberal Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

González, R. R.

See Cananea, Son. Presidencia Municipal

 

González, S.

See Calles, Plutarco Elías

 

González Gallo, J. Jesús

See Avila Camacho, Manuel

 

González Garza, Federico

 

9 letters, 1914-1938. Some written for Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

González Peña, Juan

See Nueva Patria (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

González Rubjo, Rosendo

See Rubio, Rosendo González

 

Gorozpe, Pedro

See Hotel Guardiola, México, D.F.

 

Goyeneche, S.

See Banco Minero, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Gracidas, Carlos L.

 

7 letters, 1931-1932. Written for Alianza de Uniones y Sindicatos de Artes Gráficas and Unión Linotipográfica de la República Mexicana, both of México, D.F.

See also México Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público.

 

Granguillome, Alfredo

See El Globo (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Graphic (New York City)

See Davidson, T. O.

 

Graphos (México, D.F.)

See Inurreta, José Luis

 

Gravioto, A.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Green, Philip Leonard

See Editor and Publisher (New York City)

 

Green, William

See American Federation of Labor, Washington, D.C.

 

Greer, Wycke

See The Times (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Griffin, William V.

See Unión Panamericana, Washington, D.C.

 

Griggs, George

 

5 pieces, 1919-1937. One written for The Citizen (Las Cruces, N.M.)

 

The Gripol Co., S.A., México, D.F.

See Silva, Darío W.

 

El Grito del Pueblo (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Martínez, Rafael

 

The Grolier Society, Kansas City, Mo.

 

37 letters & pieces, 1919-1922. Written by C. R. Jackson, C. Sánchez R., and others.

 

Groomes, C. B.

See Editor and Publisher (New York City)

 

Guadalupe, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

2 letters, 1930. Written by Ignácio Ramírez.

 

Hotel Guardiola, México, D.F.

 

14 letters & pieces, 1930-1941. Written by Pedro Gorozpe and others.

 

Guatemala. Consul in Los Angeles, Calif.

See Salgado, Raquel B.

 

Guerrero, Rosendo

See La Opinión (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Guerrero A., Rodolfo

 

19 letters, 1923-1933. Some written for La Opinión (Torreón, Coah.).

 

Guerrero A., Salvador

See La Opinión (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Guerrero Díaz, Adrián

 

30 letters, 1920-1943. Some written for El Observador (Pachuca, Hgo.).

 

Guerrero (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

El Guerrillero (Tlaxcala, Tlax.)

See Xóchihua, Felipe

 

Gulick, Sidney L.

See Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, New York City

 

Gusante, Nicolás M.

See Sociedad Artística "Angela Peralta," México, D.F.

 

Gutiérrez, Andrés

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Gutiérrez, Eulalio

 

2 pieces, 1915.

 

Gutiérrez, Rosalina

See Iconoclasta (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Gutiérrez, Severiano L.

 

15 letters, 1920-1923. Some written for El Pobre Diablo (Torreón, Coah.).

 

Gutiérrez Zamora, Manuel

 

11 letters, 1910-1933. Some written for El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.).

 

Guzmán, Martín Luis

See Tiempo (México, D.F.)

 

Guzmán, Octavio J.

 

3 letters, 1931-1936. Written for Ferrocarriles Naciona1es de México, México, D.F.,and Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo of México.

 

Guzmán, Raúl M.

 

18 letters, 1922-1933. Written for Secretaría General del Gobierno of Coahuila and Diario del Norte and Excelsior (both of Saltillo, Coah.).

H-L

 

H - Miscellany (single letters)

 

El Heraldo de Chiapas (Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis.).

 

Letter, Nov. 1, 1909. Written by Manuel Fuentes

 

El Heraldo de México (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Aug. 12, 1927. Written by Manuel R. Márquez.

 

Hidalgo (State). Secretaría General de Gobierno.

 

Telegram, Sept.28, 1925. Signed by J. M. Delgado.

 

El Hogar (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Jan. 8, 1932. Written by E. Enríquez de Rivera

 

Hart, John

See The Journal (Presidio, Tex.)

 

Hattala, S.

See Riteservice, New York City

 

Hay, Eduardo

 

7 letters, 1911-1932. Written for Dirección de Aduanas and Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas of México

 

Healy, J. S.

See Acción (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Heimann, H. E.

See Western Paper Co., Inc., El Paso, Tex.

 

Helios (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

3 letters, 1922-1923. Written by Rogelio Ruiz y Rojas.

 

The Herald (El Paso, Tex.)

 

7 letters, 1917-1923. Written by Charles C. Gibson and G. A. Martin.

 

The Herald (New York City)

 

11 pieces, 1922-1923. .

See also Davidson, T. O.

 

El Heraldo (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

27 letters, 1920-1942. Written by Alberto Ruiz Sandoval.

 

El Heraldo (México, D.F.)

 

8 letters, 1922. Written by Alfonso Iberri and José Ramos, Jr.

See also Solís, Fidel

 

El Heraldo (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

See Villasana, Vicente

 

El Heraldo de México (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

40 letters, 1918-1923. Written by Juan de Heras.

 

Heraldo del Bajío (Irapuato, Gto.)

See Orozco Avila, Ramón

 

Heraldo del Centro (León, Gto.)

See Orozco Avila, Ramón

 

Heraldo del Yaqui (C. Obregón, Son.)

 

7 letters, 1933. Written by Leo Rosenfeld.

See also Tirado Páez, Celso N.

 

El Heraldo Vespertino (México, D.F.)

See Martínez, Rafael

 

Heras, Juan de

See El Heraldo de México (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Hermosillo y Silva, Federico

 

22 letters, 1921-1928. Written for El Eco de Ultratumba and Estación Radio C Z F, both of Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Hernández, A. F.

See El Tiempo (México, D.F.)

 

Hernández, Braulio

See Tampico Petroleum Pipeline & Refining Co., Dallas, Tex.

 

Hernández, Fernando

See Renacimiento (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

Hernández, Francisco G.

 

5 letters, 1915-1927. Written for Caja Popular de Ahorros y Fomento, S.C., and Círculo Mercantil Mutualista, S.C., and Presidencia Municipal, all of Chihuahua, Chih.

See also Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915.

 

Hernández, Juan A.

 

2 letters, 1913. One written as Governor of Colima.

 

Hernández, Juan B.

See Mercurio (Mexicali, B.C.)

 

Hernández, Lorenzo L.

See

Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F., México. Tesorería

 

Hernández, P.

See Chihuahua (State). Feria Regional

 

Hernández, P. G.

See Taller Tipográfico de "El Liberal," Brownsville, Tex.

 

Hernández, Ricardo

See Rotary Club, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Hernández Chazaro, Eduardo

See Portes Gil, Emilio

 

Hernández Ojeda, José

 

11 letters & reports, 1923-1942. Written for Comisión Internacional de Límites entre México y los Estados Unidos and Cía. Petrolera de C. Juárez, both of C. Juárez, Chih. Chiefly concerned with oil.

 

Herrera, Alejandro

See Zacatecas (State). Congreso

 

Herrera, Eduardo

See La Idea (Colima, Col.)

 

Herrera, M.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Herrera, Martín M.

 

21 letters, 1921-1933. Some written for El Eco del Bravo (Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.) and as member, Congreso of Tamaulipas.

 

Herrerías, Gonzalo

See Excelsior (México, D.F.)

 

Hewitt, Henry W.

See Agencies Foreign Language Service, New York City

 

Heyman, E.

See American Association of Foreign Language Newspapers, New York City

 

Hidalgo, Manuel Sánchez

 

50 letters, 1920-1933. Written for El Eco de Nayarit (Acaponeta, Nay.), El Fronterizo (Tucson, Arpiz.), and Oficina de Encargos y Comisiones and La Voz del Noroeste, both of México, D.F.

 

Hidalgo (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Hill, Ricardo G.

See Exposición Internacional de México, S.A., 1939-1940, México, D.F.

 

Hinojos, Francisco

See Cusihuiriáchic de Abaselo, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Hinojoso, José

See El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Hispano-América (San Francisco, Calif.)

 

2 letters, 1923 & 1925. Written by Julio G. Arce.

 

Hoffman, Pablo

 

4 letters, 1912-1913. .

 

Holguín, J. Joaquín

See Cía. Editorial Chihuahuense, S.C.L., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Holguín, Manuel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Holguín, Pedro

See Partido "Aquiles Serdán," Santa Eulalia, Chih.

 

Homar, Pedro

See C. Juárez, Chih. Junta Patriótica

 

El Hombre Libre (México, D.F.)

See Arenas Guzmán, Diego

 

Hoover, Herbert

See U.S. Bureau of the Census

 

Horcasitas, Antonio

 

10 letters, 1920-1930. Written for Procuraduría General de Justicia and Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua and La Iniciativa (Chihuahua, Chih.).

See also Escobar, Rómulo

 

Horcasitas, Daniel

 

11 letters, 1913.

 

Hoyueta, Carlos L.

See Santa Bárbara, Chih. Junta Patriótica

 

J. M. Huber, Inc., New York City

 

45 letters & pieces, 1922-1934. Written by G. A. Miller and others.

 

Huerta, Adolfo de la

 

24 letters & telegrams, 1920-1942. Written as President of México and Visitador General de Consulados of México.

See also

Alessio Robles, Miguel

México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público (Julieta Tovar)

 

Huerta, Adolfo R.

See El Mundo (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

Hunter, H. H.

See The American Legion, Indianapolis, Ind., & Las Cruces, N.M.

 

I - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Ibarra, Epigmenio, Jr.

 

Letter, Apr. 25, 1922. Written as Governor of Baja California.

 

Ibis (Guadalajara, Jal.).

 

Letter, Nov. 30, 1921. Written by Alberto Meza.

 

La Idea (Colima, Col.)

 

Telegram, [Aug. 15, 1923]. Signed by Eduardo Herrera.

See also Madrid, Miguel M.

 

Ibarra, José P.

See México Secretaría de Educación Pública

 

Ibarra Olivares, José

See Verbo Serrano (Zacualtipán, Hgo.)

 

Iberri, Alfonso

See El Heraldo (México, D.F.)

 

Iconoclasta (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

8 letters, 1920-1922. Written by Francisca Arellano and Rosalina Gutiérrez.

 

Idar, Eduardo

See Idar Publishing Co., Laredo, Tex.

 

Idar Publishing Co., Laredo, Tex.

 

15 letters, 1919-1938. Written by Eduardo Idar and others.

 

Iglesias Calderón, Fernando

 

4 letters, 1920-1935. One written as Mexican Ambassador to the United States.

 

El Imparcial (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

4 letters, 1913. Written by Manuel de la Torre.

See also Pérez Peña, Aurelio

 

El Imparcial (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

 

2 letters, 1923. Written by José Sánchez Verástegui.

 

"Imprenta," Meoqui, Chih.

See Tinajero, J. P.

 

Imprenta Cuauhtemoc, San Antonio, Tex.

See Estrada, José Reyes

 

Imprenta "El Norte," S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

47 pieces, 1894-1930. Written by F. P. Mattox, Jesús A. Olivas, and J. B. Ott. Formerly "El Norte," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Imprenta "Gutenberg," Chihuahua, Chih.

See Espinosa, Enrique S.

 

Imprenta Moderna, Irapuato, Gto.

See Ortega, Gregorio

 

Imprenta Palomare, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

58 letters & pieces, 1925-1931. Written by R. A. Medrano and L. B. Newberry

 

El Independiente (Las Vegas, N.M.)

 

3 letters, 1919-1920. Written by Ignacio S. Duarte.

 

El Independiente (Pachuca, Hgo.)

See Meraz Rivera, Rogerio

 

Cía. Industrial Mercantil, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Estrada, Luis Esther

 

Cía. Industrial Mercantil, S.A., El Paso, Tex.

 

5 letters, 1922-1937. Written by Esteban L. Almeida.

 

Cía. Industrial Mexicana, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

35 pieces, 1903-1907. Written by Luis G. Fernández, Guillermo Muñoz A., and others.

See also Creel, Juan Andrew

 

Infante, Luis Bálsamo

 

17 letters, 1925-1927. One written for El Día (C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

El Informador (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

45 letters, 1924-1934. Written by Jesús Alvarez del Castillo, L. D. Gómez, and José Ruiz Flores

 

El Informador (Zamora, Mich.)

See Quiroz, Ygnacio

 

El Informador Comercial (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

4 letters, 1926-1933. Written by Manuel A. Fernández

See also Romo, José María

 

La Iniciativa (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Horacasitas, Antonio

 

Instituto Mercantil, Torreón, Coah.

See Lazalde Castañeda, Jesús

 

International Amusement Co., El Paso, Tex.

 

4 letters, 1926-1931. Written by R. Calderón and S. Palencia.

See also Alarcón, Juan de la C.

 

International Exchange and Commission Co., El Paso, Tex.

See Falomir, Martín

 

International News Service, Inc., New York City

 

3 letters, 1919-1929. Written by H. C. Montee and F. J. Nicht.

 

International Pictures Co., El Paso, Tex.

See Alarcón, Juan de la C.

 

International Printing Co., El Paso, Tex.

See Portillo, Pedro E.

 

The International Syndicate, Baltimore, Md.

 

23 pieces, 1922-1927. Written by Howard E. Miller.

 

International Theatre, Ysleta, Tex.

See Gallegos Medina, Carlos

 

El Intruso (Cananea, Son.)

 

52 letters, 1923-1934. Written by Santiago Rivas.

 

Inurreta, José Luis

 

72 letters, 1920-1933. Written for Derecho Nuevo, La Gaceta de México, Graphos, Prensa Asociada de los Estados, and Unión Popular de Arte Vernáculo, all of México, D.F.; and El Monitor (Puebla, Pue.)

 

Irigoyen, Fructuoso

See México. Departamento de Salubridad Pública

 

Irigoyen, Ulises

 

64 letters, 1920-1944. Written for Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Cía. Cervecera de C. Juárez, S.A., Cía. Constructora Paso del Norte, S.A., and Ornelas, Cuéllar y Cía., all of C. Juárez, Chih.; and Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas and Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of México

See also Líneas Férreas de México, S.A., S.A. de C.V., México, D.F.

 

Iris (Tehuacán, Pue.)

 

2 letters, 1927 & 1933. Written by José García Parra.

 

Iturbide (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Izaguirre, Manuel E.

See Confederación de Cámaras de Comercio de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, México, D.F.

 

Izquierdas (México, D.F.)

 

3 letters, 1936. Written by Juan E. Anchondo.

 

J - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Janos, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Feb. 10, 1930. Written by Francisco Díaz.

 

Jiménez, Francisco de P.

 

Letter, Jan. 21, 1941. Written as Mexican Consul General in El Paso, Tex.

 

The Journal (Presidio, Tex.).

 

Letter, June 24, 1931. Written by John Hart.

 

La Justicia (H. del Parral, Chih.).

 

Letter, June 17, 1914. Written by Juan Perches F.

 

Justicia (Phoenix, Ariz.).

 

Letter, Nov. 29, 1919. Written by P. G. de la Lama.

 

C. Juárez, Chih. Junta Patriótica.

 

Letter, Oct. 12, 1921. Co-signed by Antonio Corona and Pedro Homar.

 

Jackson, C. R.

See The Grolier Society, Kansas City, Mo.

 

Jacobs, I. H.

See National Paper and Type Co., New York City & México, D.F.

 

Jaime, José J.

See Comisión Honorífica Mexicana, Williams, Ariz. & Gallup, N.M.

 

Jalisco (State). Gobernador

See Vadillo, Basilio

 

James, Stephen

See Unión Panamericana, Washington, D.C.

 

Japan. Minister to México.

See Aoki, A.

 

Jeney, John

 

15 letters, 1919-1920. Some written for Cosmopolitan Press Service, Chicago, Ill., and Riteservice, New York City.

 

Jiménez, Julián

See Villa Saucillo, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Jiménez, S.

See Villa de Allende, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Jiménez R., F.

See Cecilia, Tamps. Presidencia Municipal

 

Jiménez (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

C. Jiménez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

6 letters, 1926-1930. Written by F. Morán Acuña and Silvano Ríos.

 

Jochmus, R. C.

See Pacific Grove, Calif. Chamber of Commerce

 

Johnson, Pyke

See Unión Panamericana, Washington, D.C.

 

Juámbelz, Antonio de

 

136 letters, 1923-1943. Written for El Siglo de Torreón (Torreón, Coah.) and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Juárez H., Luis G.

See Unión de Mecánicos Mexicana, Aguascalientes, Ags.

 

C. Juárez, Chih. Aduana Fronteriza

 

13 pieces, 1914-1932. Written by Manuel Mascareñas, Jr., and Marcelino M. Murrieta.

 

C. Juárez, Chih. Comandancia de Policía

 

2 letters, 1921. Written by Eduardo Rivera.

See also Oñate, Valentín

 

C. Juárez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

26 pieces, 1912-1930. Written by Antonio Corona, Modesto Flores, Pablo Zambrano, and others.

See also

Almeida, Alberto B.

Bermúdez, Antonio J.

 

C. Juárez, Chih. Tesorería

 

2 letters, 1923 & 1928. Written by Daniel Minjares Perea and Julio Ornelas.

 

Julimes, Chih. Jefe Municipal

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Junta Patriótica, Tyrone, N.M.

 

2 letters, 1920. Written by Juan Pedrueza.

 

Junta Patriótica de Sociedades Unidas, El Paso, Tex.

 

4 pieces, 1919. Written by R. G. Pedroza and Candelario Valdez.

 

Junta Patriótica Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

7 pieces, 1920-1923. Written by Gerónimo Gallardo and others.

See also Villaseñor de Enríquez, Andrea Eloisa

 

Juntas Patrióticas in México

See names of cities

 

K - Miscellany (single letter)

 

Knights of Columbus War Fund, El Paso, Tex.

 

Letter, [1918?]. Co-signed by Martín Falomir and others.

 

Kafin, E.

See Banco Nacional de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Keno Eléctrico, México, D.F.

See Rojas Vertiz, Salvador

 

Ketelsen y Degetau, Sucs., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

48 pieces, 1902-1924.

 

Krakauer, J.

See Krakauer-Zork Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Krakauer-Zork Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

4 letters & 2 folders of accounts & statements, 1902-1930. Written by J. Krakauer, G. Zork, and others. Formerly Krakauer, Zork y Moye's Sucs., Inc., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Krakauer-Zork y Moye's Sucs., Inc., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Krakauer-Zork Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Kram, George I.

See Louis Kram, Inc., New York City

 

Kram, Jesse

See Louis Kram, Inc., New York City

 

Louis Kram, Inc., New York City

 

52 letters & 1 folder of accounts & statements, 1919-1926. Written by George I. Kram, Jesse Kram, and M. H. Kram.

 

Kram, M. H.

See Louis Kram, Inc., New York City

 

L - Miscellany (single letters)

 

The Labor Advocate (El Paso, Tex.).

 

Letter, Nov. 8, 1919. Written by Elliott T. Whitfield.

 

Líneas Férreas de México, S.A. de C.V., México, D.F.

 

Letter, July 1, 1936. Co-signed by Julio D'Acosta, Enrique Delhumeau, Ulises Irigoyen, and Francisco de Múgica.

 

Lowden-for-President Campaign Committee, Chicago, Ill.

 

Letter, Jan. 2, 1920. Written by Omer N. Custer.

 

El Luchador (Tampico, Tamps.).

 

Letter, June 16, 1914. Written by J. Flores Paz.

 

Lucifer (Tepic, Nay.).

 

Telegram, Aug. 1, 1910. Signed by Antonio Zaragoza.

 

Luján, S.

 

Letter, July 20, 1927. Written as member, Legislatura of Chihuahua.

 

Labor Nueva (Guadalajara, Jal.)

See Alvarez, Luis R.

 

Labor Unions

See

Cámara Sindical Obrera de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

Club ...

Los Colmeneros Industriales ...

Comité...

Confederación ...

Federación ...

Gremio ...

Liga ...

Partido ...

Sindicato ...

Sociedad ...

Unión ...

 

Lachman, Ed. D.

See Western Paper Co., El Paso, Tex.

 

Lagarda, Angel J.

 

6 letters, 1922-1931. Some written for Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of México

 

Lama, P. G. de la

See Justicia (Phoenix, Ariz.)

 

Lamelas, José

See Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General

 

Landeros Díaz, Agustín

 

60 letters, 1925-1935.

 

Langarica, Pablo

See Excelsior (México, D.F.)

 

Lanz Duret, Miguel

See El Universal (México, D.F.)

 

Lapoint, Will P.

See The Citizen (Las Cruces, N.M.)

 

Lara, Dionisio R.

See Partido Independiente de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Lara, Javier

 

102 letters, 1919-1935. Written for Correos y Transportes (México, D.F.) and The Tribune (Tampico, Tamps.).

 

Lardizabal, Agustín E.

See Escudero, Lardizabal y Cía., Madera y Dolores, Chih.

 

Larios, Alberto

 

3 letters, 1922-1925. Written for Confederación Diocesana del Trabajo and El Restaurador, both of Colima, Col.

 

Latimer, James C.

See Press Congress of the World, New York City

 

Latin American Newspaer Syndicate, Inc., New York City

See Urruela, Manuel

 

Lausán, J. Mirabal

See El Nuevo Faro (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Lazalde Castañeda, Jesús

 

57 letters, 1921-1933. Written for El Enano and Instituto Mercantil, both of Torreón, Coah.

 

Lebret, R. C.

See Export Advertising Agency, Chicago, Ill.

 

Legarda, Francisco J.

See Ferrocarril Kansas City, México y Oriente, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

León, Gonzalo E. de

See México. Procuraduría General

 

Letcher, Marion

 

6 letters, 1914-1916. Written as U.S. Consul in Chihuahua and as member, U.S. State Department.

 

Leyonnta, J. D.

See Adelante (México, D.F.)

 

Leyva, Abraham

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Leyva, Donato

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Leyva, José María

 

3 letters, 1919-1920. One written for Secretaría de Agricultura y Fomento of México

 

El Liberal (México, D.F.)

See Rojas, Luis Manuel

 

Liga Agrícola de Sinaloa, Nogales, Ariz.

See Bonilla, Manuel

 

Liga Central de Resistencia, Mérida, Yuc.

 

2 letters, 1913. Written by Felipe Carrillo and Benjamín Carrillo B.

 

Liga de Redactores de la Prensa, León, Gto.

See Llamas Suárez, Alejo

 

Liga de Periodistas de Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hgo.

See Meraz Rivera, Rogerio

 

Liga Latino Americana "Constancia C. Vigil al Premio de la Paz," México, D.F.

See Roca, Hernán de la

 

Liga Latino Americana "Erial," México, D.F.

See Roca, Hernán de la

 

Liga Nacional de Defensa de la Libertad Religiosa, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 letters, 1926. Written by Agustín Escobar.

 

Liga Nacional de Maestros, Mexicali, B.C.

See Vargas Piñera, L.

 

Liga Protectora Latina, Jerome, Ariz.

See Rivera Domínguez, C.

 

Limantour, José Yves, 1854-1935

 

3 letters, 1907.

 

Limón, Cristóbal

See Asociación de Constituyentes, 1916-1917, México, D.F.

 

Limón, R.

See México. Ejército Constitucionalista, General en Jefe de Armas

 

Lira, Agustín

See Comisión Nacional de Turismo, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Lizárraga Díaz, Tomás

 

4 letters, 1912-1921. Some written for Mercurio (Torreón, Coah.).

 

Lladó de Cosso, José

See Mercurio (New Orleans, La.)

 

Llamas Suárez, Alejo

 

5 letters, 1933-1934. Written for Liga de Redactores de la Prensa and El Sábado, both of León, Gto.

 

Llano, Enrique de

 

3 letters, 1936-1938. Some written for La Prensa (México, D.F.).

 

Llano, Rodrigo de

 

54 letters, 1924-1942. Some written for Excelsior (México, D.F.).

 

Löchen, Olaf

See Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A. México, D.F.

 

Lockhart, A. M.

 

5 letters, 1919-1920. Some written for Chamber of Commerce of El Paso, Tex.

 

Logo, Laurencio

See Rosario, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Lomelí, A.

 

4 letters, 1909-1910. Some written for El Debate (Aguascalientes, Ags.).

 

Lomelí Jauregui, Ignacio

 

2 pieces, 1942 & 1943. One written as Secretary of the Governor of Chihuahua.

 

López, Ignacio M.

See Alianza Ministerial Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

López, J. Gil

See Zacatecas (State). Congreso

 

López, M. R.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

López, Octaviano

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

López, Roque

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

López, Rosalio

See Fundición de Avalos, Chih. Junta Patriótica

 

López, V.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

López Arce, Gabriel

See El Defensor del Pueblo (Lagos de Moreno, Jal.)

 

López Carrillo, Juan

 

7 letters, 1928-1935. One written for Alborada (Aguascalientes, Ags.).

 

López Collada, Jorge

See El Pueblo (México, D.F.)

 

López Dávila, Manuel

 

3 letters, 1931-1936. Some written for Presidencia Municipal of Chihuahua, Chih. and Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

 

López Híckmann, J.

See El Comercio (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

López Olmos, Alberto

See La Semana (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

López Pérez de F., M.

See México. Secretaría de Educación Pública

 

Lozano, Aurelio

 

19 letters, 1931-1935. Some written for El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.). Include statements concerning his employment for El Correo

 

Lozano, Ignacio E.

 

27 letters, 1916-1938. Written for La Opinión (Los Angeles, Calif.) and La Prensa (San Antonio, Tex.).

 

Lucero, Francisco F.

See The American Legion, Indianapolis, Ind., & Las Cruces, N.M.

 

Luévano, Ignacio

See

Partido "Aquiles Serdán," Santa Eulalia, Chih.

Santa Eulalia, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Lugo, Elfego

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Lugo Espejo, Guadalupe

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Luján, José A.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Lunagómez, Vicente

See El Chisme (Jalapa, Ver.)

M-N

 

M - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Matachic, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Aug. 14, 1930. Written by Eustacio Arvizu.

 

Mercurio (Guadalajara, Jal.).

 

Letter, July 23, 1931.

 

Mercurio (Mexicali, B.C.).

 

Letter, May 18, 1927. Written by Juan B. Hernández.

 

Mercurio (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Feb. 15, 1923. Written by E. Cabrera Camarena.

 

Mercurio (New Orleans, La.).

 

Letter, Dec. 17, 1918. Written by José Lladó de Cosso.

 

The Mexican Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Inc., New York City.

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1930. Written by H. E. Chenoweth.

 

México. Presidencia Interina.

 

Letter, June 26, 1913. Signed by Rafael Martínez Carrillo.

 

México. Secretaría de Justicia

 

Letter, Mar. 3, 1913. Signed by Ag[ustí]n Garza Galindo.

 

El Monitor (Parras, Coah.)

 

Letter, Nov. 26, 1932. Written by Rafael Soto H.

 

Múzquiz, R. E.

 

Letter, Mar.10, 1923. Written as Mexican Consul General in El Paso, Tex.

 

Myers, David J. D.

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1928. Written as U.S. Consul in Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Maass, Joaquín, Jr.

See Coahuila (State). Sección de Gobernación

 

McGrath, Justin

See National Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington, D.C.

 

Machorro, R.

See Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, México, D.F.

 

Macías, Angel

 

16 letters, 1923-1926. One written for Espartaco (Aguascalientes, Ags.), organ of the Unión de Mecánicos Mexicana of Aguascalientes, Ags.

 

Macías, Gabriel

See Acción (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

 

The McMath Co., El Paso, Tex.

See Walker, Norman

 

Macorra, José de la

See Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A., México, D.F.

 

Madera, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

5 letters, 1915-1930. Written by Luis G. Ortegón and others.

 

Cía. Maderera y Agrícola, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Enríquez, Primitivo

 

Madero, Alfonso

See

Sociedad de Precursores de la Revolución, México, D.F.

Veteranos de la Revolución, Chihuahua, Chih. & México, D.F.

 

Madero, Ernesto

See México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Madero, Francisco I.

 

6 letters, 1909-1913. Some written as President of México.

 

Madero, Julio

See México. Lotería Nacional

 

Madrid, Miguel M.

 

32 letters, 1921-1933. Some written for La Idea and La Prensa (both of Colima, Col.)

 

Magaloni Ibarra, Ignacio

See El Vínculo (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Magaña, Gildardo

 

2 pieces, 1932 & 1936. Articles about Emiliano Zapata.

 

El Malcriado (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

3 letters, 1921. Written by Ramón Agredano.

 

Maldonado, Carlos

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Maldonado R., Calixto

See Sindicato Nacional de Redactores de la Prensa, México, D.F.

 

Mallén, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Malpica Silva, Francisco

See El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Malpica Silva, Javier

See El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Malpica Silva, Juan

 

56 letters, 1910-1933. Written for El Correo de Sotovento (Tlacotalpán, Ver.), El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.), and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Manrique, Arturo

See Banco de Nuevo León, Monterrey, N.L.

 

Manrique, Aurelio, Jr.

See Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

 

Mansfield, G. W.

See The Star (Kansas City, Mo.)

 

Maqueo Castellanes, E.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Maraver Aguilar, Miguel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

March, Rufe P.

See El Paso, Tex. Chamber of Commerce.

 

Mares, Zeferino M.

 

74 pieces, 1925-1943. Some written for El Correo de Chihuahua. (Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Marez Navajoa, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Hotel "La Marinera," Santa Bárbara, Chih.

 

82 letters, 1919-1941. Written by Benita Carrillo Vda. de Tejeda, Isabel Tejeda, and Nemesio Tejeda.

 

Márquez, Jesús E.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Márquez, José

See Santa Eulalia, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Márquez, Manuel R.

See El Heraldo de México (México, D.F.)

 

Márquez, Miguel

See El Noticiero (Tlaxcala, Tlax.)

 

Márquez, W.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Márquez C., G.

See El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Martin, Frank L.

See Press Congress of the World, New York City.

 

Martin, G. A.

See The Herald (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Martínez, Angel

 

3 letters, 1928-1939. Two written for Tesorería General de Chihuahua.

See also Escudero y Martínez, Sucr., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Martínez, E.

See Bossero Advertising Agency, México, D.F.

 

Martínez, E. [not same as above]

See El Tiempo (Orizaba, Ver.)

 

Martínez, Emma

See Escudero y Martínez, Sucr., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Martínez, Esteban G.

See Villa Félix U. Gómez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Martínez, Francisco A.

See Enríquez, Ignacio C.

 

Martínez, M. G.

See Escudero y Martínez, Sucr., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Martínez, R.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Martínez, Rafael

 

43 letters, 1909-1930. Written for El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.), El Grito del Pueblo (Chihuahua, Chih.), Anahuac, El Heraldo Vespertino, and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, all of México, D.F.

 

Martínez, Ramón

See Durango (State). Secretaría del Despacho

 

Martínez, Salvador

 

5 letters, 1909-1910.

See also Menéndez, Carlos R.

 

Martínez, Serapio R.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Martínez Carrillo, Rafael

See México. Presidencia Interina

 

Martínez H., Génaro

See Chihuahua (State). Procuraduría General de la Defensa del Trabajo

 

Martínez Rendón, Miguel

See México. Departamento de la Estadística Nacional

 

Martínez Valles del Pozo, José

See Valles del Pozo, José Martínez

 

Mascareñas, Alberto

 

5 letters, 1931. Written for Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación and Congreso Mundial de la Prensa, both of México, D.F.

 

Mascareñas, Manuel, Jr.

See C. Juárez, Chih. Aduana Fronteriza

 

Mata, Filomeno

See Diario del Hogar (México, D.F.)

 

Mata, Filomeno [not same as above]

See Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

 

Mata Valencia, Andrés

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Matas, Rita Antillón Vda. de

 

69 letters, 1922-1940.

See also Navarro, José de la Luz

 

Mateus, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Mateus, Martín

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Mattox, F. P.

See Imprenta "El Norte," S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Matus, H. T.

See El Sur de México (Tapachula, Chis.)

 

Maytorena, José María

 

3 letters, 1913-1919. One written as Governor of Sonora.

 

El Mazatleco (Mazatlán, Sin.)

See Bonilla, Manuel

 

Medina, Enrique

See México. Procuraduría General

 

Medina, Francisco I.

 

66 letters, 1921-1933. Written for Tesorería General of Chihuahua and El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Medina, Mariano

See Chihuahua, Chih. Tesorería

 

Medrano, R. A.

See Imprenta Palmore, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Meléndez, Pantaleón E.

 

12 letters, 1927-1941. Some written for Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of México and Partido Obreros del Norte, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Méndez, M. F.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Méndez Gil, A.

See Evolución Social (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Méndez Gil, Santiago

See La Razón (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Méndez Valerdi, G.

See Alianza Liberal Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Mendoza, Bonifacio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Mendoza, Juan de Dios

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Mendoza B., Vicente N.

See Partido Democrático Independiente "Abraham González," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Menéndez, Carlos R., -1961

 

489 letters, 1909-1961. Written for Diario de Yucatán and Cía. Tipográfica Yucateca, S.A., both of Mérida, Yuc., and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F. Include letters co-signed by Felipe Carrillo and Salvador Martínez.

 

Menéndez, Gabriel Antonio

 

6 letters, 1921-1934. Written for La Opinión (Mérida, Yuc.) and Revista Social and El Tiempo (both of México, D.F.).

 

Menéndez, Rubén

See Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Menéndez Reyes, Miguel Angel

 

21 letters, 1926-1934. Written for El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.) and Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista and Sindicato de Redactores y Empleados de la Prensa del Distrito Federal, both of México, D.F.

 

Menéndez Romero, Abel

See Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Meoqui, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

2 letters, 1930. Written by Gustavo M. Alvarez.

See also Tinajero, J. P.

 

Meraz, José

See Enríquez, Ignacio C.

 

Meraz Rivera, Rogerio

 

47 letters, 1920-1931. Written for El Independiente and Liga de Periodistas de Hidalgo, both of Pachuca, Hgo., and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Mercado, Ernesto

See Ferrocarriles Naciona1es de México, México, D.F.

 

Mercado, Salvador R.

 

20 pieces, 1913-1920. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

Mercurio (El Paso, Tex.)

See Alonso, José E.

 

Mercurio (Oaxaca, Oax.)

See Muciño, Marcelino E.

 

Mercurio (Torreón, Coah.)

See Lizárraga Díaz, Tomás

 

Merganthaler Linotype Co., New Orleans, La.

 

72 letters & 1 folder of statements & accounts, 1906-1933. Written by Fred W. Bott and others.

 

Mestre Ghigliazza, Manuel

 

21 letters, 1925-1944.

 

Cía. Mexicana Productora de Luz y Fuerza, S.A., C. Juárez, Chih.

See Támez, Domingo H.

 

El Mexicanista (México, D.F.)

 

2 letters, 1928. Written by M. Villamil.

 

El Mexicano del Norte (El Paso, Tex. & C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

3 letters, 1933-1934. Written by José Fuentes G.

See also

Fentanes, Eduardo

García, Manuel D.

 

México (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

3 letters, 1929. Written by Federico García y Alva.

 

México (State). Gobernador

See Fabela, Isidro

 

México. Administración de Correos y Telégrafos

See México. Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

México. Ambassador to the U.S.

See

Bonillas, I.

Iglesias Calderón, Fernando

Pérez, Manuel

 

México. Congreso de la Unión

See

Almada, Francisco R.

Caparrozo, Alcides

Castilleja, José

Chávez M., Manuel

Corona, Antonio

Covarrubias, Ricardo C.

Estrada, Luis Esther

Orpinel, Francisco

Reed, Luis I.

Rodríguez, Abel S.

Saucedo, Salvador

Yáñez, Miguel E.

 

México. Consul in Douglas, Ariz.

See Pesqueira, F. A.

 

México. Consul in Eagle Pass, Tex.

See Támez, E.

 

México. Consul in El Paso, Tex.

See

Flores, Magón, Ricardo

García, Andrés G.

Valdez, H.

 

México. Consul General in El Paso, Tex.

See

Jiménez, Francisco de P.

Montes de Oca, Luis

Múzquiz, R. E.

Ruiz, E. D.

 

México. Consul General in Hamburg, Germany

See Montes de Oca, Luis

 

México. Consul General in Laredo, Tex.

See

Franco, Jesús

Montes de Oca, Luis

 

México. Consul General in New Orleans, La.

See Elías, Arturo M.

 

México. Contralor General

See Montes de Oca, Luis

 

México. Departamento Autónomo de Prensa y Publicidad

 

6 pieces, 1939.

See also Arroyo Ch., Agustín

 

México. Departamento Autónomo de Publicidad y Propaganda

See México. Departamento Autónomo de Prensa y Publicidad

 

México. Departamento de la Estadística Nacional

 

21 letters, 1930-1932. Written by F. M. Armand, Juan de Dios Bojórquez, Miguel Martínez Rendón, P. Sánchez Herrera, and others.

 

México. Departamento de Prevención Social

See Sánchez Escobar, Rafael

 

México. Departamento de Salubridad Pública

 

11 letters, 1927-1935. Written by Mario H. Chavira, Fructuoso Irigoyen, Rafael Vilchis, and others.

See also Franco, Luis G.

 

México. Departamento de Turismo

See

Pérez Taylor, Rafael

Quevedo, José, Jr.

 

México. Diario Oficial

 

2 letters, 1920 & 1925. One written by J. Ramírez Villarreal.

 

México. Dirección de Aduanas

See Hay, Eduardo

 

México. Dirección de Telégrafos Nacionales

See México. Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

México. Ejército Constitucionalista. General en Jefe de Armas

 

14 letters, 1913-1915. Written by R. Limón and others.

See also

Carranza, Venustiano

Ornelas, Tomás

Rivera Domínguez, C.

 

México. Ejército Nacional

 

27 pieces, 1926-1929. Most written by Raúl Michel.

 

México. Legation in London

See Sánchez Mejorada, Javier

 

México. Lotería Nacional

 

8 pieces, 1924-1943. Written by Julio Madero, Alfonso Priani, and Octavio Senties.

 

México. Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía

 

2 pieces, 1930 & 1935. Written by Luis Castillo Ledón and Andrés Molina Enríquez.

See also Pérez Taylor, Rafael

 

México. Presidencia

See

Avila Camacho, Manuel

Calles, Plutarco Elías

Cárdenas, Lázaro

Díaz, Porfirio

Huerta, Adolfo de la

Madero, Francisco I.

Obregón, Alvaro

Ortiz Rubio, Pascual

Portes Gil, Emilio

Rodríguez, Abelardo L.

 

México. Procuraduría General

 

4 letters, 1929. Written by Gonzalo E. de León and Enrique Medina.

See also Delhumeau, Eduardo

 

México. Secretaría de Agricultura y Fomento

 

41 letters, 1920-1936. Written by Indalecio E. Ayala, Alfredo Urías, Santiago R. de la Vega, and others.

See also

Denegri, Ramón P.

Dozal, Fortunato

Leyva, José María

Salazar, Francisco

Soberón, Waldo

Villarreal, Antonio I.

 

México. Secretaría de Commicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

202 letters & pieces & 1 folder miscellaneous papers, 1903-1942. Written by E. Cisneros, Ignacio González, Maurilio Mireles, A. G. Montero, Emiho Torres L., and others.

See also

Almazan, Juan Andreu

Hay, Eduardo

Irigoyen, Ulises

Múgica, Francisco J.

Salazar, Francisco

Soberón, Waldo

 

México. Secretaría de Educación Pública

 

18 letters, 1923-1942. Written by Luis Flores Esponda, José P. Ibarra, M. López Pérez de F., and others.

See also

Bringas, Esperanza Velázquez

Vargas Piñera, L.

 

México. Secretaría de Gobernación

 

12 letters, 1909-1941. Written by Ramón Corral, C. Riva Palacio, Manuel C. Téllez, Clodoveo Valenzuela, Eduardo Vasconcelos, and others.

See also

Almada, Francisco R.

Arroyo Ch., Agustín

Cabral, Juan G.

Calles, Plutarco Elías

Flores Magón, Ricardo

Pérez Taylor, Rafael

Valenzuela, Gilberto

 

México. Secretaría de Guerra y Marina

 

11 letters, 1921-1935. Written by Lorenzo Muñoz Merino, C. Posada, and others.

See also Oñate, Valentín

 

México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

72 letters, 1912-1933. Written by Carlos Arroyo C., Esteban E. Esperón, L. Esquivel Obregón, Carlos L. Gracidas, Ernesto Madero, García Núñez, María R. Reyes, Cayetano Solana, Jr., Julieta Tovar, Francisco Trejo, F. Valladares, J. Velasco, and others.

See also

Balderrama, Rafael V.

Chávez M., Manuel

Duplán, Oscar E.

Irigoyen, Ulises

Lagarda, Angel J.

Meléndez, Pantaleón E.

Montes de Oca, Luis

 

México. Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo

 

31 letters, 1925-1934. Written by Eduardo Bustamante, Gustavo Padrés, Aarón Sáenz, and others.

See also

Alessio Robles, Miguel

Franco, Luis G.

Guzmán, Octavio J.

 

México. Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

 

14 letters, 1921-1943. Written by Manuel Barros Sierra, Génaro Estrada, Ezequiel Padilla, Fernando Torreblanca, José C. Valadés, and others.

See also Duplán, Oscar E.

 

México. Tesorería

 

3 letters, 1923-1931. Written by Lorenzo L. Hernández and T. Orozco, Jr.

 

México. Visitador General de Consulados

See Huerta, Adolfo de la

 

Meza, Alberto

See Ibis (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Michel, Raúl

See México. Ejército Nacional

 

Mier Narro, Froylan

See Diario del Norte (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

Mijares, Fernando

See Durango (State). Secretaría de Despacho

 

Mijares, Virgilio

See La Opinión (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Miller, G. A.

See J. M. Huber, Inc., New York City

 

Miller, Howard E.

See The International Syndicate, Baltimore, Md.

 

Miller Saw-Trimmer Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

68 letters & pieces, 1921-1926. Written by J. H. Cannon, W. E. Dutney, and others.

 

Milnes, P. R.

See Arizona. Governor

 

Mina (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Mínguez, Alfonso

See El Arte (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Minjares Perea, Daniel

See

C. Juárez, Chih. Tesorería

Sociedad Mutualista de Obreros "Ignacio Zaragoza," C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Mireles, Albino

See Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915.

 

Mireles, Maurilio

See México. Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas.

 

La Miscelanea (Calexico, Calif.)

 

17 letters, 1919-1922. Written by José Rivas.

 

Missouri. University

See

Anderson, Lola

Williams, Walter

 

Mitchell, Julio

See La Baja California (La Paz, B.C.)

 

Molina Enríquez, Andrés

See México. Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía

 

Molinar, Santos, Jr.

 

2 letters, 1927 & 1931. Written for Hotel Central, El Paso, Tex., and Santos Molinar, Jr., y Cía., S. en C., C. Juárez, Chih.

See also "Centro Chihuahuense," México, D.F.

 

Santos Molinar, Jr., y Cía., S. en C., C. Juárez, Chih.

See Molinar, Santos, Jr.

 

Moncada, Vicente J.

See El Criterio Público (Sabinas, Coah.)

 

El Monitor (Calexico, Calif.)

 

3 letters, 1923-1925. Written by José Esperón and J. C. Zepeda.

See also Covarrubias, Ricardo C.

 

El Monitor (Puebla, Pue.)

See Inurreta, José Luis

 

El Monitor del Carmen (C. del Carmen, Camp.)

 

5 letters, 1931-1933. Written by A. Castro Fernández.

 

Monroy, Alberto

See El Fronterizo (C. Juárez, Chih.)

 

Monroy Durán, Luis

 

2 letters, 1925 & 1931. Written for Congreso Mundial de la Prensa and El Demócrata, both of México, D.F.

 

Montee, H. C.

See International News Service, Inc., New York City

 

Montejano, Luis G.

 

17 letters, 1913-1919. Some written for Alianza Hispano-Americana, Tucson, Ariz.

 

Montemayor, Andrés

 

10 letters, 1915-1938.

 

Montero, A. G.

See México. Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas

 

Monterrozo, Marco-Antonio

See El Renacimiento (Apizaco, Tlax. & Tlalnepantla, Mex.)

 

Montes de Oca, Luis

 

115 letters, 1920-1943. Written for Asociación Mexicana Automovilística, Banco Internacional, S.A., and Comisión Monetaria S.A. en Liquidación, all of México, D.F.; Consul General of México in El Paso, Tex., Laredo, Tex., and Hamburg, Germany; and Contralor General and Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of México.

 

Montesinos, Lauro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Montoya, Juan

See Ascensión, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Montoya, Martín L.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Morales, José G.

See Prensa Asociada Mexicana, México, D.F.

 

Morales, Rosendo

See Santa Eulalia, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Morales, Rubén

See Sociedad de Precursores de la Revolución, México, D.F.

 

Morán Acuña, F.

See

C. Jiménez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

Movimiento de Renovación Social, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Moreno, Alfonso

See Chihuahua (State). Tesorería General

 

Moreno, Joaquín

See El Siglo de Torreón (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Moreno, M. R.

See El Nuevo Mundo (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Moreno Maldonado, Agustín

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Morris, John R.

See United Press Associations, México, D.F.

 

Mosqueda, José

See El Tiempo (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

Rudolph Mosse, Inc., New York City

 

70 letters & pieces, 1922-1931. Written by L. J. Alles, A. Blando, R. O. Spencer, and others.

 

Movimiento de Renovación Social, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

4 letters, 1925-1929. Written by José Carlos, F. Morán Acuña, and Refugio Salazar.

 

Moye, Federico

 

17 letters, 1911-1928. One written for Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Muciño, Marcelino E.

 

6 letters, 1909-1931. Written for El Avance, El Correo del Sur, and Mercurio (all of Oaxaca, Oax.).

 

Múgica, Francisco J.

 

2 letters, 1935 & 1939. One written for Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas of México

See also Líneas Férreas de México, S.A. de C.V., México, D.F.

 

El Mundo (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See Fuentes Saucedo, Luis

 

El Mundo (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

4 letters, 1925-1943. Written by Adolfo R. Huerta and Ernesto Pruneda.

See also Villasana, Vicente

 

Munguía, José María

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Muñoz, J. Manuel

 

23 letters, 1913-1941. Written for Vida Nueva and La Voz de Chihuahua (both of Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Muñoz, Pedro

See Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915.

 

Muñoz A., Guillermo

 

4 letters, 1907-1915. Written for Banco Comercial Refaccionario, S.A., and Caja de Ahorros de la República Mexicana, S.A., both of Chihuahua, Chih.

See also Cía. Industrial Mexicana, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Muñoz Alvarez, S.

See Chanticleer (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Muñoz Merino, Lorenzo

See México. Secretaría de Guerra y Marina

 

Murillo, José

See El Diario (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Murphy, F. E.

See The Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.)

 

Murrieta, Marcelino M.

See C. Juárez, Chih. Aduana Fronteriza

 

Murúa Martínez, Antonio

See Baja California (State). Secretaría de Gobierno

 

N - Miscellany (single letters)

 

National Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington, D.C.

 

Letter, Apr. 8, 1926. Written by Justin McGrath.

 

News (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.).

 

Letter, June 27, 1926. Written by Gilberto Navarro.

 

El Noticiero (Monterrey, N.L.).

 

Letter, June 22, 1923. Written by Jesús M. Ríos.

 

El Noticiero (Tlaxcala, Tlax.).

 

Letter, Oct. 5, 1932. Written by Miguel Márquez.

 

La Nación (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

3 letters, 1933. Written by José B. Alavés and Francisco Fernández T.

 

El Nacional (El Paso, Tex.)

 

2 letters, 1916. Written by F. A. Alvarez.

 

Cía. Nacional Fronteriza, C. Camargo, Chih.

 

27 letters, 1913-1937. Mostly written by Domingo Gallegos Medina

 

El Nacional (México, D.F.)

 

2 pieces, 1940 & 1942. Written by Manuel J. Aguirre.

 

Cía. Nacional Refinadora de Petroleo, S.A., México, D.F.

See Silva, Darío W.

 

Nájera, José Carlos

See

Partido Liberal Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

Partido Liberal Progresista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Namiquipa, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

4 letters, 1930. Written by José Chávez Caro.

 

National Paper and Type Co., New York City & México, D.F.

 

137 letters & 2 folders of miscellaneous papers, 1913-1942. Written by W. R. Cobean, A. Erle, I. H. Jacobs, E. H. Skidmore, and others.

 

Narváez, R.

See Tepic, Nay. Presidencia Municipal

 

Navarro, Elías

See Cía. Cervecera de Chihuahua, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Navarro, Gilberto

See News (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

 

Navarro, José de la Luz

 

32 letters, 1929-1930. Concerning Rita Antillón Vda. de Matas.

 

Navarro, Moises

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Nevares, J. F.

See Dona Ana Co., N.M. County Clerk

 

New Mexico. House of Representatives

See Armijo, Isidro

 

Newberry, L. B.

See Imprenta Palmore, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Nichols, Glenn F.

See El Continental (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Nicht, F. J.

See International News Service, Inc., New York City

 

Nieto, Carlos A.

 

63 letters, 1913-1934. Written for Presidencia Municipal, Cía. Petrolera Chihuahuense La India, S.A., and El Regional, all of Chihuahua, Chih.; Dirección General de Teléfonos of Chihuahua; and Confederación Revolucionaria de Partidos Independientes, México, D.F.

See also Chihuahua (State). Feria Regional

 

Nieto, José G.

See San Luis Mercantile Co., San Antonio, Tex.

 

Noriega, A. G.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Noriego, J. D.

See Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, D.F.

 

"El Norte," Chihuahua, Chih.

See Imprenta "El Norte," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

El Norteño (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

3 letters, 1943. Written by Humberto Ruiz Sandoval.

 

Las Noticias (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

9 letters, 1931-1933. Written by Rosendo González Rubio and Pedro Pérez Corona.

See also

Fregoso Rojas, Luis

Pérez Corona, José

 

La Nueva Era (H. del Parral, Chih.)

See Ayala, Manuel

 

Nueva Patria (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

6 letters, 1921-1924. Written by Juan González Peña.

 

El Nuevo Faro (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

7 letters, 1922-1925. Written by J. Mirabal Lausán.

 

El Nuevo Mundo (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

9 pieces, 1902-1929. Written by M. R. Moreno.

 

Núñez, García

See México Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Núñez, J. M.

See Casas Grandes, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Núñez Hernández, Jesús

See Ojinaga, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

O-P

 

O - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Oklahoma City, Okla. Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter, Dec. 1, 1921. Written by R. A. Cook

 

Orpinel, Francisco.

 

Letter, Apr. 26, 1930. Written as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

 

Oaxaca (State). Gobernador

See Bolaños Cacho, Miguel

 

Obras de Irrigación del Conchos, Chihuahua, Chih.

See

Enríquez, Benjamín R.

O'Reilly, Manuel

 

Obregón, Alvaro

 

46 letters & telegrams, 1914-1928. Some written as President of México. A few written for him by Fernando Torreblanca.

 

El Obrero (León, Gto.)

 

2 letters, 1909. Written by Jesús Rodríguez.

 

El Obrero Mexicano (El Paso, Tex.)

See Portillo, Pedro E.

 

El Observador (Guanajuato, Gto.)

 

2 letters, 1909 & 1910. Written by Francisco Díaz

 

El Observador (Pachuca, Hgo.)

 

2 pieces, 1925. Written by Rodolfo Vélez.

See also Guerrero Díaz, Adrián

 

Ocampo (Guadalajara, Ja.)

 

2 letters, 1924. Written by Juan B. Valencia.

 

Ocaranza Llano, E.

See Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, México, D.F.

 

Ochoa, Ramón G.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Oficina de Encargos y Comisiones, México, D.F.

See Hidalgo, Manuel Sánchez

 

Oil

See

Akins, R. A.

Almeida, Jesús Antonio

Alonso, Guillermo A.

Baca, Federico E.

Ballerstein, H. A.

Blume, Augusto M.

Chihuahua (State). Departamento de Petroleo

Edwards, W. W.

Espinosa, Antonio

Flanders & Sampson, Los Angeles, Calif.

Foss, Luther S.

G. H. Gillons Co., Los Angeles, Calif.

Hernández Ojeda, José

Iturbe, Ramón F.

R. M. Metcalfe Co., El Paso, Tex.

Noblitt, William T.

Palmer, C. F.

Petromex, S.A., México, D.F.

Prieto-Quemper, Juan

Silva, Darío W.

Terrazas, Silvestre, 1932 & 1936-1938

Torres E., Jesús

 

Ojeda González, J.

See La Opinión (Puebla, Pue.)

 

Ojinaga, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

6 letters, 1913-1930. Written by Norberto Acosta, Ramón Armendáriz, Emigdio Chavira, and Jesús Núñez Hernández.

 

Olea, Génaro Leyva

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Olivas, Cástulo

See Cía. del Ferrocarril Noroeste de México, Chihuahua, Chih. (Under Ferrocarril...)

 

Olivas, Jesús A.

See Imprenta "El Norte," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Omega (México, D.F.)

 

13 letters, 1925-1934. Written by Daniel R. de la Vega.

 

Oñate, Valentín

 

7 letters, 1913-1942. Written for Comandancia de Policía of C. Juárez, Chih., and Secretaría de Guerra y Marina of México.

 

O'Neill, R. L.

See Cía. Editorial Chihuahuense, S.C.L., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

La Opinión (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

6 letters, 1925-1934. Written by José Aguilar Reyes, Eduardo Torre Mayaudon, and Ricardo Valle.

 

La Opinión (Culiacán, Sin.)

 

5 letters, 1925-1934. Written by Enrique L. Gama and Amado A. Zazueta.

 

La Opinión (Los Angeles, Calif.)

See

Franco, Jesús

Lozano, Ignacio E.

 

La Opinión (Mérida, Yuc.)

See Menéndez, Gabriel Antonio

 

La Opinión (Puebla, Pue.)

 

4 letters, 1925-1933. Written by J. Ojeda González

 

La Opinión (Torreón, Coah.)

 

4 letters, 1929-1931. Written by Rosendo Guerrero, Salvador Guerrero A., and Virgilio Mijares.

See also Guerrero A., Rodolfo

 

Ordaz, Luis B.

 

19 letters, 1923-1929.

 

Ordaz, Ricardo

See Cía. Bancaria de Inversiones, S.A., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Ordorra, Valerio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

O'Reilly, Manuel

 

2 letters, 1923 & 1926. Written for Obras de Irrigación del Conchos and O'Reilly y Ochoa Arróniz, both of Chihuahua, Chih.

 

O'Reilly y Ochoa Arróniz, Chihuahua, Chih.

See O'Reilly, Manuel

 

Orientación (Hermosillo, Son.)

 

2 letters, 1920 & 1921. Written by Cosme Cruz

See also Aguirre Dávila, M.

 

Orientación (Zacatecas, Zac.)

 

4 letters, 1933-1934. Written by Everardo M. Sosa.

 

Ornelas, Julio

See

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Chihuahua, Chih.

Chihuahua, Chih. Tesorería

Chihuahua (State). Feria Regional

C. Juárez, Chih. Tesorería

 

Ornelas, Reynaldo

See

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915.

Chihuahua, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ornelas, Tomás

 

14 letters, 1914-1915. Written as General, Ejército Constitucional of México.

 

Ornelas, Cuéllar y Cía., C. Juárez, Chih.

See Irigoyen, Ulises

 

Oro (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

2 letters, 1922. Written by R. Ybarra.

 

Orona Z., Enrique

See Sindicato de Tipógrafos "Gutemberg," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Orozco, C.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Orozco, José M.

See Porta Voz (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Orozco, T., Jr.

See

El Paso, Tex. Chamber of Commerce

México. Tesorería

 

Orozco, T. R.

See Estrada, Manuel Jesús

 

Orozco Avila, Ramón

 

7 letters, 1921-1929. Written for Acción Social Revolucionaria Mexicana and Heraldo del Centro, both of León, Gto.; Convención de Delegaciones Industriales de la República, México, D.F.; and Heraldo del Bajío (Irapuato, Gto.)

 

Orozco E., Fernando

 

14 letters, 1927-1943. One written as Governor of Chihuahua and one for Partido Socialista de las Izquierdas, Chihuahua, Chih. One co-signed by Manuel Aguilar Sáenz.

 

Ortega, A.

See El Eco de la Sierra (Teziutlán, Pue.)

 

Ortega, Gregorio

 

22 letters, 1920-1931. Written for El Centro and Imprenta Moderna, both of Irapuato, Gto.

 

Ortega, Juan J.

 

16 letters, 1930-1933. Written for El Centro and Vanguardia (both of San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.) and El Diario del Centro (Aguascalientes, Ags.).

 

Ortegón, Luis G.

See Madera, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ortiz, Andrés

 

21 letters, 1921-1942. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

Ortiz, Antonia

See El Combate (Saltillo, Coah.)

 

Ortiz, Eulogio

 

15 letters, 1922-1930.

 

Ortiz, Leandro

See Aldama, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ortiz Rubio, Pascual

 

4 telegrams, 1930-1931. Written as President of México. Signed by his secretaries.

See also

Automóvil Club de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, México, D.F.

Exposición Internacional de México, S.A., 1939-1940, México, D.F.

 

Ott, J. B.

See Imprenta "El Norte," S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

P - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Pacific Grove, Calif. Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter, Sept. 20, 1920. Written by R. C. Jochmus.

 

El Paladín (Chihuahua, Chih.).

 

Letter, Sept. 24, 1921. Written by Florentino M. González.

 

El Panuco (Tampico, Tamps.).

 

Letter, Nov.13, 1926. Written by Sabás Ricárdez.

 

Partido "Aquiles Serdán," Santa Eulalia, Chih.

 

Letter, Feb. 2, 1927. Co-signed by Pedro Holguín and Ignacio Luévano.

 

Partido Comunista de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Proclamation, 1936.

 

Partido Independiente Antirreeleccionista del Norte, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Jan. 3, 1928. Co-signed by Adolfo G. Carrillo and José Seijas, Jr.

 

Partido Independiente de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Letter, Apr.30, 1928. Co-signed by Alberto R. Chávez and Dionisio R. Lara.

 

Partido Independiente "Vicente Guerrero," C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Telegram, Feb. 27, 1927. Co-signed by M. Garza and M. Garza Ramos.

 

Partido Laborista Mexicano, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Proclamation, Apr. 11, 1938. Co-signed by Edmundo Casas and others.

 

Partido Moralense del Trabajo, Cuernavaca, Mor.

 

Letter, Aug. 4, 1921. Co-signed by Jacobo G. Chávez and J. G. Pineda.

 

Partido Político "Voluntad Popular," C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Letter, Sept. 5, 1929. Co-signed by Ignacio Delgado, Jr., and Enrique Esperón

 

Partido Revolucionario Mexicano, Culiacán, Sin.

 

Letter, Nov. 16, 1938. Co-signed by Rosendo G. Castro and Jesús Gil R.

 

Pastoriza, Andrés.

 

Letter, Oct. 2, 1936. Written as Minister from the Dominican Republic to the United States.

 

La Patria (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Letter, [1934?]. Written by William G. Young.

See also

Alonso, José E. M.

García, Manuel D.

Tovar y Bueno, W.

 

Pérez, Manuel.

 

Letter, Aug. 18, 1922. Written as Mexican Ambassador to the United States.

 

El Piquín (Zacatecas, Zac.).

 

Letter, July 27, 1921. Written by Miguel Ceniceros.

 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter, June 1, 1926. Written by Albert J. Stowe.

 

Pluma y Martillo (Mérida, Yuc.).

 

Letter, July 5, 1923. Written by Ernesto Castillo Rendón.

 

Porta Voz (Torreón, Coah.).

 

Letter, May 6, 1921. Written by José M. Orozco.

 

La Prensa Libre (Saltillo, Coah.).

 

Letter, Mar. 1, 1910. Written by Francisco Fuentes Fragoso.

 

El Pueblo (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Sept. 3, 1931. Written by Jorge López Collada.

 

Padilla, Ezequiel

See México. Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

 

El Padre Padilla (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

2 letters, 1909. Written by S. Fuentes

 

Padrés, Gustavo

See México. Secretaría de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo

 

La Palabra (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

2 letters, 1933 & 1934. Written by Arturo Cisneros Peña.

 

Palafox, José M.

See

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1927-1929

Chihuahua (State). Consejo Superior de la Salubridad

 

Palavicini, Félix F.

 

8 letters, 1923-1933. Some written for El Globo and El Pensamiento (both of México, D.F.).

 

Palencia, S.

See International Amusement Co., El Paso, Tex.

 

Palomares, Fernando

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Palomeque, Julia F. Vda. de

 

12 letters, 1923-1925. Written for El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.) and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Pan American News Service, New York City

 

17 letters, 1915-1933. Written by A. B. Brown and E. Cárdenas.

 

Pan American Unión, Washington, D.C.

See Unión Panamericana, Washington, D.C.

 

Papel Tinta (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

 

2 letters, 1924. Written by Manuel Sancho.

 

Para Todos (Morelia, Mich.)

 

2 letters, 1933. Written by J. N. Villalpando.

 

Parra Durán, Lorenzo

 

17 letters, 1921-1925. Written for El Porvenir (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.) and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

H. del Parral, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

5 letters, 1914-1942. Written by Carlos Avila G., Manuel Becerra, Rogelio Chávez, and Jesús María Gómez.

 

Partido Anti-Reeleccionista Potosino, San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.

See Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

Partido Antireeleccionista, C. Camargo, Chih.

See Zarzoza, Belem

 

Partido Cívico Chihuahuense "Alvaro Obregón," Chihuahua, Chih.

See Rocha y Chabre, Manuel

 

Partido Democrático Chihuahuense, C. Juárez, Chih.

See Flores, Marcos M.

 

Partido Democrático Independiente "Abraham González," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

15 letters & pieces, 1923-1939. Written by Vicente N. Mendoza B., Maurilio Ramos, Francisco Tovar y Pérez, and others.

See also Estrada, José Reyes

 

Partido Independiente, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 letters, 1924. Written by Ignacio Chávez Franco.

 

Partido Liberal Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

9 letters, 1927-1928. Written by Juan Armendáriz G., Rafael V. Balderrama, Faustino Gómez, José Carlos Nájera, Francisco Tovar y Pérez, and others.

 

Partido Liberal Progresista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

17 letters, 1927-1928. Written by Marcelo Caraveo, Jorge M. Cárdenas, Faustino Gómez, José Carlos Nájera, Francisco Tovar y Pérez, and others.

 

Partido Liberal Zacatecano, Zacatecas, Zac.

See Alba Alvarez, Salvador de

 

Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

60 letters & papers, 1928-1937. Written by Vito Aguirre, Cipriano Arriola, José Carlos Chávez, Luis Esther Estrada, Leonardo Revilla, Rodolfo Uranga, José Valenzuela, and others. Include Correspondence of Partido Anti-Reeleccionista Potosino, San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. and Partido Nacional Revolucionario, México, D.F.

See also

Arenas Guzmán, Diego

Armendáriz G., Juan

Menéndez Reyes, Miguel Angel

Quevedo, José, Jr.

Talamantes, Gustavo L.

 

Partido Nacional Revolucionario, México, D.F.

See Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

Partido Obreros del Norte, Chihuahua, Chih.

See Meléndez, Pantaleón E.

 

Partido Político "Obreros Benito Juárez," Pearson, Chih.

See Flores, Marcos M.

 

Partido Revolucionario Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

19 letters, 1927-1930. Written by Cipriano Arriola, Alberto G. Garza, Nicolás Pérez, Simón Puentes, and others.

 

Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

33 letters, 1928-1930. Written by Adolfo G. Carrillo, Antonio Corona, Francisco García Escamilla, Maurilio Ramos, Pánfilo Rivera, José Valenzuela, and others.

 

Partido Socialista de las Izquierdas, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

2 letters, 1936. Written by Rafael F. Estrada E.

See also Orozco E., Fernando

 

El Paso del Norte (El Paso, Tex.)

 

5 letters, 1918-1922. Written by F. B. Calderón and Fernando Gamiochipi.

 

Patón, W. F.

 

3 letters, 1910-1913. One written for Ferrocarriles Naciona1es de México, México, D.F.

 

Patria Nueva (C. Juárez, Chih.)

See Tovar y Bueno, W.

 

Patterson, Paul

See The Sun (Baltimore, Md.)

 

Payán, Adolfo

See Sociedad Mutualista "Benito Juárez," C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Payán, José L.

See Comisión Honorífica Mexicana, Williams, Ariz. & Gallup, N.M.

 

Paz, Amador

See Banco de Nuevo León, Monterrey, N.L.

 

Pedroza, R. G.

See Junta Patriótica de Sociedades Unidas, El Paso, Tex.

 

Pedrueza, Juan

See

Alianza de Empleados de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

Junta Patriótica, Tyrone, N.M.

 

Peña Borja, Alberto de la

 

21 letters, 1926-1944. Three written for Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

 

El Pensamiento (México, D.F.)

See Palavicini, Félix F.

 

Perches Enríquez, Ignacio

 

83 letters & telegrams, 1913-1915.

 

Perches Enríquez, Juan

 

14 letters, 1909-1915. Some written for Banco Nacional de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Perches F., Juan

See La Justicia (H. del Parral, Chih.)

 

Perches Terrazas, Ana, Vda. de

See Terrazas, Ana Perches Vda. de

 

Pérez, Felipe

See El Dictamen (Veracruz, Ver.)

 

Pérez, José E.

See El Brochazo (Guaymas, Son.)

 

Pérez, Juan B.

See San Andrés, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Pérez, Juan C.

 

37 letters, 1928-1931.

 

Pérez, Nicolás

See Partido Revolucionario Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Pérez, P.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Pérez, Pedro A.

See The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co., New York City

 

Pérez, Santana

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Pérez Corona, José

 

16 letters, 1931-1932. Written for Las Noticias (Guadalajara, Jal.) and Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

Pérez Corona, Pedro

See Las Noticias (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

Pérez Fernández, F.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Pérez Gavilán, José

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Pérez López, L. F.

See Album Gráfico Social de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Pérez Oronoz, José

See Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Jalapa, Ver.

 

Pérez Peña, Aurelio

 

4 letters, 1909-1921. Some written for El Imparcial (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Pérez Rul, Julio A.

See Unión de Tipógrafos Mexicanos, El Paso, Tex.

 

Pérez Taylor, Rafael

 

4 letters, 1930-1934. Written for Departamento de Turismo, Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía, and Secretaría de Gobernación, all of México.

 

Pérez-Veredía, Benito Javier

 

13 letters & pieces, 1920-1928.

 

Perry, Charles R.

See Rotary International, Chicago, Ill.

 

Perry, Wallace

See Post (El Paso, Tex.)

 

Pesqueira, F. A.

 

2 letters, 1922. Written as Mexican Consul in Douglas, Ariz.

 

Pesqueira, Ignacio L.

 

5 letters & telegrams, 1913. Written as Governor of Sonora.

See also Veteranos de la Revolución, Chihuahua, Chih. & México, D.F.

 

Pessin, M. J.

See H. L. Winer Advertising Agency, Chicago, Ill.

 

Cía. Petrolera Chihuahuense La India, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Nieto, Carlos A.

 

Cía. Petrolera de C. Juárez, C. Juárez, Chih.

See Hernández Ojeda, José

 

Pimentel, Lorenzo

 

9 letters, 1921-1933. Written for Acción, Adelante, and Fénix (all of Oaxaca, Oax.).

 

Pineda, J. G.

See

Partido Morelense del Trabajo, Cuernavaca, Mor.

 

Pineda Carbajal, Manuel

 

8 letters, 1926-1927. One written for Presidencia Municipal of Villa Félix U. Gómez, Chih.

 

Pineda Martínez, Margarita

See El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Pinedo, Ursulo

See Zacatecas (State). Congreso

 

El Pobre Diablo (Torreón, Coah.)

See Gutiérrez, Severiano L.

 

Pola, Angel

 

53 letters, 1913-1941.

 

Political parties

See

Acción Revolucionaria Mexicana, México, D.F.

Banda Benito Juárez, Guadalupe y Calvo, Chih.

Bloque Izquierdista del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

Centro ...

Círculo ...

Club ...

Comité ...

Confederación ...

Consejo Nacional de la Oposición, México, D.F.

Frente Constitucionalista Democrática Mexicana, México, D.F.

Liga ...

Partido ...

Sociedad ...

 

Ponce de León, José M.

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

Poole, Cecil A.

See Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis, San José, Calif.

 

Porras, Epigmenio

 

18 letters, 1914-1932.

 

Porras, Guillermo

 

3 letters, 1910-1928. One written for Secretaría de Gobernación of Chihuahua.

See also Chihuahua (State). Feria Regional

 

Porras, Stella B. Rosas Vda. de

 

19 letters, 1927-1931.

 

Porras Alarcón, José

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Portes Gil, Emilio

 

8 letters & telegrams, 1925-1930. Written as Governor of Tamaulipas and as President of México. Some signed by his secretaries, Eduardo Hernández Chazaro and Fernando Torreblanca.

 

Portilla, Francisco

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Portillo, Amador

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Portillo, José

See Batopilas, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Portillo, Pedro E.

 

109 letters & 1 folder of statements, 1914-1924. Written for El Correo del Bravo, International Printing Co., El Obrero Mexicano, and Young Men's Christian Association, all of El Paso, Tex. List of persons writing to Portillo enclosed in file.

 

El Porvenir (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

29 letters, 1920-1944. Written by Félix Cantú, Gustavo Cantú, Rogelio Cantú, Alberto García de la Fuente, and Federico Gómez.

See also

Bustamante, José A.

Cantú Leal, Jesús

 

El Porvenir (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.)

See Parra Durán, Lorenzo

 

Posada, C.

See México. Secretaría de Guerra y Marina

 

Post (El Paso, Tex.)

 

9 letters & telegrams, 1930-1931. Written by Chester Chope and Wallace Perry.

 

Pozo, J. del

See El Correo del Norte (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Precursores de la Revolución, México, D.F.

See Sociedad de Precursores de la Revolución, México, D.F.

 

La Prensa (Colima, Col.)

See Madrid, Miguel M.

 

La Prensa (Guadalajara, Jal.)

See Estrada Torres, J.

 

La Prensa (México, D.F.);

 

3 letters, 1928-1933. Written by José E. Campos.

See also Llano, Enrique de

 

La Prensa (San Antonio, Tex.);

 

7 letters, 1922-1933. Written by Sansón Carrasco.

See also

Franco, Jesús

Lozano, Ignacio E.

 

Prensa Asociada de los Estados, México, D.F.

 

3 folders of miscellaneous papers, 1909-1930. List of persons writing for and about the Association enclosed in first folder.

 

Prensa Asociada Mexicana, México, D.F.

 

4 letters, 1928-1930. Written by José G. Morales.

 

Prensa Local (Toluca, Mex.)

 

7 letters, 1921-1923. Written by Rafael Solalinde.

 

Prensa Unida de América, México, D.F.

 

76 letters & pieces, 1928-1934. Written by María J. Bonilla and L. Camacho Escamilla.

 

Prensa Unida de México, México, D.F.

 

7 letters, 1925-1927. Written by George W. Glass.

 

Press Congress of the World, New York City

 

20 letters, 1922-1931. Written by James C. Latimer, Frank L. Martin, Virgilio Rodríguez Beteta, and others.

See also

Brown, James Wright

Williams, Walter

 

Priani, Alfonso

See México. Lotería Nacional

 

Prieto, J. D.

See Chihuahua (State). Junta Central de Conciliación y Arbitraje

 

Proa, León

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

El Progreso (San Juan Bautista, Tab.)

See García Jurado, Manuel

 

Proveedor de Oficinas, S.A., Chihuahua, Chih.

See Gómez Camacho, Ramiro

 

El Provinciano (Múzquiz, Coah.)

 

2 letters, 1921 & 1923. Written by E. Galán Long.

 

Pruneda, Ernesto

See El Mundo (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

Puebla de Zaragoza, Pue. Presidencia Municipal

 

5 letters, 1930. Written by Antonio Arellano.

 

El Pueblo (C. Camargo, Chih.)

See Zarzoza, Belem.

 

El Pueblo (Hermosillo, Son.)

 

17 letters, 1931-1933. Written by Israel C. González.

 

Puente, Eduardo R.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Puentes, Simón

See Partido Revolucionario Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

Q-S

 

Quevedo, José, Jr.

 

6 letters, 1913-1941. Written for Departamento de Turismo of México and Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

See also Veteranos de la Revolución, Chihuahua, Chih. & México, D.F.

 

Quevedo, Mauro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Quevedo, Rodrigo M.

 

32 letters, 1931-1935. Some written as Governor of Chihuahua. Some signed by his secretary, Eulogio V. Salazar.

 

Quijano, Graciano

 

9 letters, 1910-1922. Some written for El Trabajo (C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

Quintero, Damaso A.

See Club Ignacio M. Altamirano, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Quiroga, José

 

5 letters, 1918-1922. Some written for La Epoca (San Antonio, Tex.).

 

Quiroz, Ygnacio

 

11 letters, 1922-1933. Written for Excelsior and El Informador (both of Zamora, Mich.).

 

R - Miscellany (single letters)

 

Rábago, Antonio.

 

Letter, Mar. 1913. Written as Governor of Chihuahua.

 

La Reconquista (Colima, Col.).

 

Letter, Sept. 6, 1921. Written by Francisco Z. Rueda.

 

Reed, Luis I.

 

Letter, June 20, 1931. Written as member, Congreso de la Unión of México.

 

El Regional (C. Juárez, Chih.).

 

Letter, Aug. 9, 1922. Written by Francisco Arauz Lomelí.

 

La República (México, D.F.).

 

Letter, Apr. 6, 1913. Written by Ernesto S. Sánchez.

 

La Revista del Mundo (New York City).

 

Letter, Feb. 28, 1919. Written by A. Eugene Bolles.

 

Rochester, N.Y. Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter, May 4, 1926. Written by John D. Dinkey.

 

Rosario, Chih. Presidencia Municipal.

 

Letter, Aug. 18, 1930. Written by Laurencio Logo.

 

Rábago, Luis G.

See El Colibrí (Penjamillo, Mich.)

 

Ramírez, Catalina

 

21 letters, 1916-1937.

 

Ramírez, Fortino J.

 

61 letters, 1913-1926.

 

Ramírez, Ignacio

See Guadalupe, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ramírez, Pedro

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ramírez, Vicente

 

3 letters, 1913-1914. One written for La República (San Antonio, Tex.).

 

Ramírez de Aguilar, F.

See Sindicato Nacional de Redactores de la Prensa, México, D.F.

 

Ramírez H., Ygnacio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ramírez Villarreal, J.

See México. Diario Oficial

 

Ramonet, Génaro

 

9 letters, 1919-1921.

See also Comité Mexicano de Paz, El Paso, Tex.

 

Ramos, Aureliano

See La Epoca (San Antonio, Tex.)

 

Ramos, Aurelio F.

See Chihuahua Investment Co., Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Ramos, Fidel J.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ramos, José, Jr.

See El Heraldo (México, D.F.)

 

Ramos, José A.

See Villa Félix U. Gómez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ramos, Maurilio

 

10 letters, 1926-1932. Written for Presidencia Municipal of Chihuahua, Chih. and Congreso of Chihuahua.

See also

Partido Democrático Independiente "Abraham González," Chihuahua, Chih.

Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Ramos, Procofirio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ramos, V.

See Chihuahua (State). Congreso

 

Ramos Páramo, Manuel

 

4 letters, 1919-1920. One written for Sociedad Mexicana de Auxilios Mutuos, El Paso, Tex.

 

Rangel, Ricardo R.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rascón, E. A.

See Dolores, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Ray, E. Lansing

See Globe-Democrat (St. Louis, Mo.)

 

Raynal, Manuel

See Cervecería Cuauhtemoc, S.A., Monterrey, N.L.

 

Rayón (Dist.), Chih. Jefe Político

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

La Razón (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

3 letters, 1923. Written by Santiago Méndez Gil.

 

Red Cross News (St. Louis, Mo.)

 

2 letters, 1920. Written by Charlotte E. Taussig.

 

El Reformador (Zacatecas, Zac.)

See Alba Alvarez, Salvador de

 

Regimiento Voluntarios del Norte, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

23 pieces, 1914. Written by Ignacio C. Enríquez and Cruz Gálvez.

 

El Regional (Chihuahua, Chih.)

See

Corona, J. Trinidad

Garza, Victor J. de la

Nieto, Carlos A.

 

Reguera, Vicente F. de la

 

6 letters, 1911-1918. Some written for Cía. Cervecera de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rembao, R.

See Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1911-1915

 

Renacimiento (Aguascalientes, Ags.)

 

4 letters, 1921-1923. Written by Fernando Hernández.

 

El Renacimiento (Apizaco, Tlax. & Tlalnepantla, Mex.)

 

16 letters, 1921-1924. Written by Marco-Antonio Monterrozo, Urbano Vásquez, and Edmundo Vásquez G.

 

La República (El Paso, Tex.)

 

17 letters, 1919-1931. Written by Rafael Ronquillo and José Luis Velasco.

See also Alvarez, Luis R.

 

La República (San Antonio, Tex.)

See Ramírez, Vicente

 

Restauración (Guadalajara, Jal.)

 

9 letters, 1920-1924. Written by Antonio Cuéllar Luna, Mauricio Villalobos, and others.

 

El Restaurador (Colima, Col.)

See Larios, Alberto

 

Retana, Alfonso G. de

See Cía. de las Fábricas de Papel de San Rafael y Anexas, S.A., México, D.F.

 

Revilla, Leonard, Jr.

See

Chihuahua, Chih. Junta Patriótica, 1927-1929

Partido Nacional Anti-Reeleccionista, México, D.F.

 

Revista de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

See Diario de Yucatán (Mérida, Yuc.)

 

Revista Mexicana (San Antonio, Tex.)

See

Aguirre y Fierro, Guillermo

García Naranjo, Nemesio

 

Revista Social (México, D.F.)

See Menéndez, Gabriel Antonio

 

Revista Universal (New York City)

 

3 letters, 1925-1926. Written by L. J. Cintrón and F. G. Yáñiz.

See also Urruela, Manuel

 

Rey, Jesús F.

See Chinipas, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Reyes, Bernardo

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Reyes, Gonzalo

See Círculo de Amigos, El Paso, Tex.

 

Reyes, J. A.

See Calderón y Salas Porras, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Reyes, J. Ascención [not same as above]

 

23 letters, 1914-1927.

 

Reyes, Luis

See Villa de Allende, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Reyes, María R.

See México. Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público

 

Reyes, Rafael

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Reyes, Raúl

 

5 letters, 1922-1925. One written for El Coahuilense (Saltillo, Coah.).

 

Reyes, Ynocente

See Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

Reyes Estrada, José

See Estrada, José Reyes

 

Reyna, R. M.

See Enríquez, Ignacio C.

 

Reza, Encarnación

 

14 letters, 1925-1929.

 

Reza, Filiberto G.

 

5 letters, 1915-1930. Written for El Aventino and Unión de Obreros y Empleados de Artes Gráficas de los Talleres Oficiales, both of México, D.F.

 

Ricárdez, Sabás

See El Panuco (Tampico, Tamps.)

 

Rico, Silvestre

 

22 pieces, 1908-1922. Some written for El Barretero (Santa Bárbara, Chih.).

 

Rico, Simón

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rico G., Manuel

 

4 letters, 1930-1931. One written for Escobar Hnos. y Cía., C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Rincón, Candelario

See Sociedad Mutualista "Benito Juárez," C. Camargo, Chih.

 

Ríos, Delfino

See Diógenes (Torreón, Coah.)

 

Ríos, Jesús M.

See El Noticiero (Monterrey, N.L.)

 

Ríos, Julio

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ríos, María Dolores

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Ríos, Silvano

See C. Jiménez, Chih. Presidencia Municipal

 

Riteservice, New York City

 

6 letters, 1919. Written By S. Hattala.

See also Jeney, John

 

Riva Palacio, C.

See México. Secretaría de Gobernación

 

Rivas, José

See La Miscelanea (Calexico, Calif.)

 

Rivas, Santiago

See El Intruso (Cananea, Son.)

 

Rivera, Eduardo

See C. Juárez, Chih. Comandancia de Policía

 

Rivera, Gabriel

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rivera, Gregorio R.

See Unión de Tipógrafos "Gutenberg," Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rivera, Pánfilo

See Partido Socialista Chihuahuense, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rivera Domínguez, C.

 

3 letters, 1913-1920. Written for Liga Protectora Latina, Jerome, Ariz., and as General en Jefe de las Armas of the Ejército Constitucionalista of México.

 

Rivera R., José

See Asociación Mexicana Automovilística, México, D.F.

 

Rivero Mier, Manuel

 

4 letters, 1925-1926.

See also

Cámara Nacional de Comercio, Chihuahua, Chih.

Sociedad Española de Beneficencia de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Robledo, P. A.

See La Aurora (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Robles, Amado Cota

See Woodmen of the World, El Paso, Tex.

 

Robo al Banco Minero, 1907-1909

 

136 letters & pieces, 1907-1940. Include testimonies, statements, and correspondence by Miguel Bolaños Cacho, Daniel Carbajal, Ramón Corral, Juan Andrew Creel, Federico Cuilty, Martín Mateus, Moises Navarro, Génaro Leyva Olea, Ynocente Reyes, Silvina Rembao Vda. de Trejo, Enrique M. Villalpando, Guadalupe Mejía Vda. de Villalpando, and Leopoldo L. Villalpando.

See also Rubalcava, Andrés C.

 

Roca, Hernán de la

 

3 letters, 1934-1938. Written for Liga Latino Americana "Constancia C. Vigil al Premio de la Paz" and Liga Latino Americana "Erial," both of México, D.F.

 

Rocha, Cenobio

See Unión Fraternal de Papeleros, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Rocha, J. G.

See Ferrocarriles Constitucionales de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rocha, José

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rocha, José Guadalupe [not same as above]

See El Correo del Parral (H. del Parral, Chih.)

 

Rocha y Chabre, Manuel

 

44 letters & pieces, 1919-1934. Some written for Supremo Tribunal de Justicia of Chihuahua, and Chihuahua and Partido Cívico Chihuahuense "Alvaro Obregón," both of Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rodríguez, Abel S.

 

8 letters, 1920-1927. Written as Governor of Chihuahua, member of Congreso de la Unión of México, and Governor of Veracruz.

 

Rodríguez, Abelardo L.

 

9 letters & telegrams, 1932-1934. Written as President of México. Some signed by his secretaries, Manuel Balderas and F. Javier Gaxiola, Jr.

 

Rodríguez, Antonino P.

 

12 letters, 1927-1931. One concerning Manuel Jesús Estrada.

 

Rodríguez, Francisco G.

See Chihuahua (State). Secretaría de Gobernación

 

Rodríguez, Gilberto

See El Bateo (Durango, Dgo.)

 

Rodríguez, J. C.

See Dona Ana Co., N.M. County Clerk

 

Rodríguez, Jesús

See El Obrero (León, Gto.)

 

Rodríguez, José

See Unión Fraternal de Papeleros, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Rodríguez, José D.

See Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas de México, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rodríguez, Luis I.

See Cárdenas, Lázaro

 

Rodríguez, Mateo G.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rodríguez, Nieves R.

See Cruz Azul Mexicana, El Paso, Tex.

 

Rodríguez, Reyes S.

See Sociedad Mutualista de Obreros "Ignacio Zaragoza," C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Rodríguez, Tomás B.

See

Asociación Cristiana de Jóvenes, Chihuahua, Chih.

Rotary Club, Chihuahua, Chih.

 

Rodríguez Beteta, Virgilio

See Press Congress of the World, New York City

 

Rodríguez C., Nicolás

See

Acción Revolucionaria Mexicanista, México, D.F.

Fiestas de la Revolución, C. Juárez, Chih.

 

Rodríguez Chávez, Amalia

See El Correo de Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Chih.)

 

Rodríguez E., A.

See Flores Magón, Ricardo

 

Rodríguez González, Juan

See Flores Magón, Ri