Guide to the Mexico photograph album Wyles Mss 194
Finding aid prepared by Edward C. Fields, 2014; encoded by Zachary Liebhaber, 2014.
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Title: Mexico photograph album
Identifier/Call Number: Wyles Mss 194
Contributing Institution: UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 0.21 linear feet (1 half-size document box)
Date (inclusive): early 1900s
The collection is open for research.
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[Identification of Item], Mexico photograph album, Wyles Mss 194. Department of Special Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Album contains 167 uncaptioned black-and-white photographs of scenes in Mexico. Images include many local people, including street vendors, musicians, families; street scenes, buildings, fountains, parks, churches; a parade; markets with pottery, produce, plants; sheep, cattle; adobe houses; desert shots of mountains, yucca, rivers; amining operation; bull fights; cock fights; pack donkeys carrying loads. Many of the indigenous people pictured appear to be extremely poor, living in small shelters. Several photos toward the end of the album appear to be in the U.S. at the album creator's home, with the final photo being a woman carried in a sedan chair by Chinese men.
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