This collection consists of 200
photographs that bear the assigned numbers and official stamp of the Cine Mundial Archivo.
The photographs are in three categories: 1) 8x10 photographs (b/w, captions in Spanish) of
campesinos/rural Mexican ethnographic types as subjects, circa 1960s, early 1970s; the
images appear to have been produced under the auspices of an academic or governmental
entity. 2) Photographs (b/w, captions in Spanish), 1 negative, and 1 cartoon drawing of
artist Diego Rivera; some of the photographs are of Rivera lying in repose at his funeral
(sepelio); 3) Photographs (b/w, captions in English) of world travel (Asia, South America,
Spain), circa late 19th/early 20th century; subjects include architecture, national/ethnic
types, street scenes; many images are badly degraded/deteriorating.
0.23 linear feet
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