The collection contains black and white photographs taken during the Mexican Revolution in the early 20th century. Photographs
in the collection cover various locations, battles, soldiers, and important figures such as Álvaro Obregón, Francisco Madero,
Pancho Villa and Pascual Orozco.
The Mexican Revolution, which took place from 1910-1920, was a national upheaval of power often considered one of the most
important events in Mexican history.
3.42 linear feet
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The collection is open for research.